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Welcome To Mankato


Welcome To Mankato

Located along a large bend of the Minnesota River, Mankato and its sister city, North Mankato, combine for a total population of 58,763. It’s picturesque views of the river valley and rich in culture and Native American influence, Mankato boasts great trails and parks like Minneopa, Sibley, Red Jacket and Sakatah.

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Living In Mankato

This thriving city is surrounded by a multitude of beautiful lakes which offer great fishing, boating, and water recreation. Known for years as a “College Town” it has been home to the second largest University, Minnesota State, since 1868 and also is home to Bethany Lutheran College and South Central College. Mankato retains a small-town feel within a thriving infrastructure of businesses, parks and recreational sites. Homes can be found within neighborhood settings as well as rural properties with lands and farms.


What To Do In Mankato

From parks and shops to golf courses and trails to breweries and wineries, Mankato has activities for all ages. In the winter you can pass the time by ice fishing, snowshoeing across the many trails or hitting the slopes at nearby Mt. Kato for some excellent skiing.

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Mankato Featured Properties

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