McIntosh, Minnesota: Concrete Lion

Formerly towed in parades by the local Lion's Club, this concrete King of the Jungle now stands next to a playground. Sculpted in 1960.
Address:
3rd St., McIntosh, MN
Directions:
From US Hwy 2, turn north onto Hwy 8/State St., then make an immediate right onto 3rd St. Drive past the Cenex gas station on the right. You'll see the lion ahead on the left.
Admission:
Free
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Lion statue.

Walking Lion

A sculpture of a walking lion stands in McIntosh. Created by Ernie Konikson in 1960 for parade use by the local Lion's Club, it has now found a home next to a playground at Roholt Park and Campground.

[BS Meyer, 11/12/2013]

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