Spring Valley, Minnesota: Indian Statue

Detailed sculpture of friendly Indian wearing a large headdress. The chief used to stand at the entrance to Mystery Cave. Now he greets visitors to Spring Valley's tiny Information Center.

Address:
400 N. Broadway Ave., Spring Valley, MN
Directions:
Just north of downtown, on the southbound side of US Hwy 63, just north of its intersection with W. Grant St. Next to the small parking lot for the town's small Information Center.
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Indian statue.

Indian Statue

At the Tourist Information Center in Spring Valley, MN, there is a ten-foot tall Indian statue. The Indian used to stand at the entrance of a nearby cave system called Mystery Cave, but was moved to Spring Valley later on.

There is also a pretty interesting Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, and a nice little park.

[BS Meyer, 12/24/2011]

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