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Plum Creek, Walnut Grove

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#55 of 141 in Nature in Minnesota
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Plum Creek is a 35.4-mile-long (57.0 km) stream near the city of Walnut Grove, Minnesota. It passes to the northwest of the town, flowing northeasterly to the Cottonwood River, with its waters then flowing to the Minnesota River and eventually the Mississippi River. Plum Creek lends its name to a regional library network.

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  • A nice, quiet spot to see where Laura Ingalls wrote her books or wrote her books about. Nothing is really there, a bunch of markers that will mean nothing unless you're familiar with the stories. The....  more
    A nice, quiet spot to see where Laura Ingalls wrote her books or wrote her books about. Nothing is really there, a bunch of markers that will mean nothing unless you're familiar with the stories. The....  more »
  • So so quiet. Lush green grounds. Site 62 large pull through lots of space between sites. We only had electricity but they have fresh water and a dump site. Clean bathrooms. 
    So so quiet. Lush green grounds. Site 62 large pull through lots of space between sites. We only had electricity but they have fresh water and a dump site. Clean bathrooms.  more »

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