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2018

Visit SHAKOPEE YOUR GUIDE TO ATTRACTIONS + LODGING + SHOPS + RESTAURANTS

6 – SAVOR SPRING 10 – ASK THE LOCALS: TOP GOLF DESTINATIONS

12 – SOAK UP THE SUMMER 14 – ASK THE LOCALS: 10 MUST-DO ACTIVITIES THIS SUMMER

16 – LET’S INDULGE: MUST VISIT EATERIES

18 – ASK THE LOCALS: MUST ORDER MEALS

20 – RELAX & UNWIND 22 – LOCAL HOTELS 24 – UNDER THE STARS 27 – RIVER SOUTH: LAND OF BIG FUN

31 – SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP 34 – ENJOY AUTUMN 36 – ASK THE LOCALS: 6

42 – ASK THE LOCALS: CELEBRATE THE STAGE 44 – 2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

46 – MAP OF SHAKOPEE AREA 48 – AREA DIRECTORY 53 – CLIP AND SAVE

DON’T MISS FALL OUTINGS

37 – RELISH WINTER

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Savor SPRING Spring is in the air…

Spring is the perfect season. Explore the beauty of the great

outdoors. The outdoor resources and local flair in Shakopee, Minnesota makes it one of the most ideal locations to explore this time of year. Experience the change from winter to spring in one of the most exciting regions in the Midwest! Whether your idea of an adventure includes visiting the zoo with your family, enjoying an exciting horse race, or shopping in one of America’s top tourist destinations, you will certainly find what you’re looking for in the Shakopee area.

Outdoor Adventures!

Get Your Boat Out of Storage

Located just outside of Shakopee in nearby Jordan is Sand Creek Adventures. Featuring ziplining and high and low ropes courses, Sand Creek Adventures is your ultimate outdoor adventure. Come in the spring and zipline over the beautiful Sand Creek while seeing the beauty of the entire landscape. 3101 220th St. W., Jordan sandcreekadventures.com

Get your boat out of winter storage and launch it on one of the beautiful lakes and rivers near Shakopee. Head to nearby Prior Lake for a day on the water, or enjoy a day of fishing for Catfish on the Minnesota River.

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Got a poker face? Try your hand with Lady Luck at Canterbury Park’s 24/7 Card Casino. Check out Canterbury Park’s events calendar for year-round fun like concerts, expos, and snowmobile racing. 1100 Canterbury Road, Shakopee canterburypark.com


Delight in the spring colors of the tulips and daffodils on parade at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. 3675 Arboretum Drive, Chaska arboretum.umn.edu

What better way to celebrate spring than see the miracle of birth at the Wells

Fargo Family Farm at the Minnesota Zoo. Bring the whole family out to see adorable chicks, piglets, lambs, calves, ducklings, goat kids, and bunnies. There will also be hands-on kid's activities throughout the event. 13000 Zoo Blvd, Apple Valley mnzoo.org

Springtime craft shows Shakopee is a crafters paradise in the springtime with two of the largest craft vendor shows in the country. In April, Canterbury Park hosts both the

Springtime Festival: An Arts & Crafts Affair and Junk Bonanza. See one-of-a-kind goods, beautiful arts and crafts, home décor & gifts, entertainment, and more at these wonderful events. HPIFestivals.com JunkBonanza.com

Paisley Park, Prince’s private estate and production compound in Chanhassen, offers fans of the late music icon the unprecedented opportunity to tour the legendary, 65,000-squarefoot complex that served as the center of Prince’s creative universe. Guided tours take visitors throughout the extensive main floor of Paisley Park, including the studios where Prince recorded, produced and mixed most of his biggest hits, exhibit spaces that chronicle films such as Purple Rain and Graffiti Bridge, Prince’s private NPG Music Club, and a massive soundstage and concert hall where Prince rehearsed for concert tours and held exclusive private events and concerts. The tour also features thousands of artifacts from Prince’s personal archives including iconic concert wardrobe, awards, musical instruments and concert memorabilia. 7801 Audubon Road, Chanhassen OfficialPaisleyPark.com www.VisitShakopee.org 7


ment and intrigue, as well as daily tourneys and unique formats. Try your hand at Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Survival Tournaments and more!

TABLE GAMES

At Canterbury Park, we’re also dealing table games action 24/7 in the card casino. Offering extraordinary jackpots and a multitude of games—from Blackjack to Ultimate Texas Hold’em and EZ-Baccarat— we have the action you’re looking for. Our smoke-free card casino is a great place for date night or an evening out with friends, and we work hard to help make your visit as fun as possible.

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hen it comes to fun in Shakopee, there’s one thing that immediately comes to mind: Canterbury Park. We bring you our exhilarating live racing season from May through September, special events that capture the imagination, and thrilling games, from Blackjack to Texas Hold’em. But really, that’s just scratching the surface of what Canterbury Park has to offer. We’re in the business of fun year-round. Whether you’re looking for an entertaining family outing, a classy and comfortable spot to take in horse racing’s biggest events, or a unique twist on a night on the town, we’ve got you covered. Food and drink. Action 24/7. Meeting spaces to accommodate any group… We have what you’re looking for at Canterbury Park!

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RACING

With the area’s top horses and a familyfriendly environment, Canterbury Park brings the Sport of Kings to Shakopee. Our live racing calendar is filled with excitement—and not just the horses. We host the ever-popular corgi and wiener dog races, as well as fun and games between horse races, and new attractions planned for 2018. And you can test your handicapping skills on horse races from across the country all year long in our Racebook.

POKER

Visit the state’s finest poker room for cash games and tournaments that fit any size bankroll. You can find a game at any time, any day. We make poker fun, with special promotions that create an extra level of excite-

VISIT CANTERBURY

Just a short 20-minute drive from much of the Twin Cities, Canterbury Park is part of RiverSouth, a collection of closely grouped attractions that also includes Mystic Lake, Valleyfair and the Renaissance Festival. We welcome you to visit and explore all that Canterbury Park has to offer. Come play! 1100 Canterbury Road S. Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-7223 canterburypark.com


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5 TOP GOLF DESTINATIONS NEAR SHAKOPEE 1) The Wilds Golf Club Located near Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, MN, The Wilds Golf Club is set amongst a spectacular landscape of trees, lakes, and hills. The 7,025-yard course has wide fairways, multiple sets of trees, water in play on half the holes, and 70 strategically placed bunkers. The course also offers wonderful views outside in nature, including the Minneapolis skyline in the distance, or the beautiful homes which adorn the course. This is definitely a golf destination for people of all skill levels to enjoy. After your round, enjoy some upscale dining at the clubhouse, or take in their delicious Sunday brunch.

2) The Meadows at Mystic Lake Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake is a full service resort which houses a beautiful 18-hole championship course. The Meadows at Mystic Lake is a nationally acclaimed public golf course, offering a unique experience to the golfer. This challenging, but fun, course landscape includes waterfalls, native plants, and statuary. It is a spectacular, well-maintained golfing experience. The course also offers a full swing indoor golf simulator, or unlimited driving range for people looking at working on their game before hitting the links.

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After your game, grab a bite to eat and a wonderful Minnesota brewed craft beer at The Meadows Bar and Grille – whether inside watching one of their many televisions or out on the beautiful patio. Or venture into the casino to eat at The Buffet, or try your luck at one of the many gaming options available.

3) Stonebrooke Golf Club Located in Shakopee, Stonebrooke Golf Club was created to give people a complete golf experience. This course has great elevation changes, mature trees, and a unique mix of great golf holes. One of the things that makes Stonebrooke really stand out, though, is the famous 8th hole. This hole, voted as one of the best holes in Minnesota, makes you bring your A-Game. What makes this hole so unique is that your first shot must carry at least 180-yards over O’Dowd Lake. Once you take your initial shot, you will hop on a ferry and cross over the lake to the fairway waiting on the other side. This hole encompasses the 10,000 lakes feel of Minnesota. Or, if you just want to get in a quick 9, try out Stonebrooke’s Executive nine-hole, Water’s Edge. Once finished with your golf outing, enjoy some great appetizers on either their beautiful patio, overlooking the waterfall or hole 10, or in their restaurant.

4) Ridges at Sand Creek Located in nearby Jordan, Minnesota, Ridges at Sand Creek is a terrific destination for any golf enthusiast. Ridges at Sand Creek opened in 2000 and, since its opening, has won many different local and national awards, including 2009 Golf Course of the year by Midwest Golf Course, and it is the only public course from Minnesota to be selected in Golf World’s Readers Choice Top 50 in 2010. What makes Sand Creek stand out is the way it is setup. After the first few holes you make your way down into an old river valley. In the valley is where you truly get to enjoy the nature, with creeks running through the many wooded areas located throughout the course. This experience is very unique, and brings a serene and isolated sense to being on the course. It is truly a treat to golf this course and have the feeling of getting away from it all. After golf, enjoy a beverage and meal at the restaurant located on-site. Or, make the short drive to Shakopee and check out some of the great and local restaurants in the area!


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Visit Shakopee! Pack Your Hiking Shoes

In Shakopee, we believe that the world is right at your fingertips, and with our extensive hiking trails that fact really proves true. Whether you are an experienced outdoorsman or just getting off of your couch for the first time in a month, our trails have something beautiful to offer you. Full of wildlife and nature, each hike that you take will be different.

Hold on Tight 5) Legends Golf Club Legends Golf Club, located in Prior Lake, Minnesota, is a true favorite. This stunning 18-hole championship course, recognized as National Golf Course of the Year, is nestled in a wooded yet marshy area. One of the great things about Legends GC is, even though it is a public course, you get the feel of a private club experience with its amenities and quality. One of the great holes is hole 13. This is a difficult, long par 3. First, you need to make sure you can carry the long first shot over the water. You need to be extremely accurate on your shot because, if you are too long or off to the sides, you will end up in the trees. Hole 13 is just one of many terrific holes on the course, and is a wonderful time for any golfer. After your round, take time to stop and have something to eat and drink in their beautiful bar and restaurant, or enjoy the Minnesota summer weather out on their patio, which has wonderful views of the course. See page 51 for a full list of area golf courses

Consider visiting one of our nearby amusement parks! Whether you want a water ride that soaks you to the bone or a roller coaster that twists and turns, we’ve got you covered. Be prepared to hold on tight for this experience of a lifetime.

Brush Up on Your History There are hidden treasures throughout the area just waiting for you to explore and learn from. Take, for instance, The Landing. This wonderful area of land allows you to step back in time to an era before smartphones and cubicles. Experience what it was like to live in these historic buildings with the help of costumed professionals leading you throughout your journey.

Sharpen Your Swing Practice a few swings of your golf club before you head to Shakopee so that you can take advantage of all the intricate golf courses we have to offer. Need a few lessons? Feel free to sign up, or just go ahead at your own pace. The gorgeous grounds will help you relax and forget about all your worries, except making par.

Keep an Open Schedule and Mind Sometimes the best experiences are the unplanned ones, so give yourself a couple of hours, or even a whole day, to explore our lovely part of the world. Stop by the local ice cream shop for a cone, or simply walk down our friendly streets—family fun adventure is waiting around every corner in Shakopee!

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Soak up the

SUMMER

0HPRULDO'D\WKHXQRĂżLFLDOVWDUWRIVXPPHU in Minnesota. The Shakopee area is a true summer destination for people to enjoy, with many activities and events perfect for families. With great attractions like Valleyfair, Canterbury Park, Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and more, there is so much to do that you will need to stay an extra day . Plan a trip to the Scott County Fair for the â&#x20AC;&#x153;5 Best Days of Summerâ&#x20AC;? and

The lazy days of summer at the Minnesota

enjoy the tractor pull, demolition derby, musical entertainment, plus carnival rides, food, animals and more!

Landscape Arboretum are perfect for wildďŹ&#x201A;ower walks, leisurely lunch on the terrace, and ďŹ nding serenity in the perennial garden.

7151 W 190th Street, Jordan scottcountyfair.org

3675 Arboretum Dr, Chaska arboretum.umn.edu

SandVenture Aquatic Park is the perfect place to play or relax on a warm summer day. With a sand-bottom, chlorinated pool, sand beach, 300-foot waterslide, drop slides, diving boards, and more, SandVenture is a great time for kids and adults. 1101 Adams Street, Shakopee shakopeemn.gov

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Get your groove on during Rhythm on the Rails in Downtown Shakopee. This FREE concert series will feature live music from regional headliners, family fun activities, food and beer vendors, and much more! downtownshakopee.org


Take yourself out to the ballgame and cheer on the Shakopee Coyotes at Tahpah Park. The Twin Cities are also home to several professional sports teams. The Minnesota Twins (MLB) play in the spectacular Target Field in downtown Minneapolis. The Minnesota Vikings (NFL) play in the brand-new US Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) and Minnesota Lynx (WNBA) call the Target Center home. Across the river in St. Paul you’ll find the Minnesota Wild (NHL) at the Xcel Energy Center. See Minnesota United of the MLS play at TCF Bank Stadium until Allianz Field opens in St. Paul. See the St. Paul Saints Minor League Baseball team play in beautiful CHS Field located in St. Paul. In addition, the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers have numerous NCAA Division 1 athletic programs. Be amazed when the Shakopee

Prior Lake Water Ski Team does pyramids, barefooting and many other crowd-pleasing stunts during a show on beautiful Quarry Lake. 6201 Innovation Blvd, Shakopee splwsa.org

Huber Park Performance and Event Series features free family entertainment on the riverfront and monthly outdoor Movies in the Park. 150 Fillmore St. North, Shakopee shakopeemn.gov See where your food comes from.

Wozupi Tribal Gardens, the SMSC’s organic farm, provides locally grown food for neighboring communities. All of their fruits, vegetables, herbs and eggs are certified organic. Discover their products, classes, recipes, and more. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. 2041 140th St. NW, Prior Lake wozupi.com

Travel along the trails - ideal for hiking, biking, horseback riding and mountain biking - through the Minnesota

Valley State Recreation Area and experience the beauty of the diverse landscapes. 19825 Park Blvd, Jordan dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/minnesota_ valley www.VisitShakopee.org 13


Ask the locals… 10 MUSTDO ACTIVITIES THIS SUMMER 1 Valleyfair

The largest amusement park in the Upper-Midwest has over 75 rides and attractions for people of all ages to enjoy.

2 Canterbury Park

One of the few family-friendly horse racing tracks in the country. Every Thursday during the racing season is Buck Night. Sundays are family day.

3 Minnesota Renaissance

Festival

Beginning in August, see the past come alive. Kid and family-friendly activities.

4 Waterparks

Soak City Waterpark is included with your admission to Valleyfair.

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SandVenture Aquatic Park has a unique, chlorinated pool that offers a sand beach leading out to a sand-bottom.

5 Huber Park Performance & Event Series

Located along the Minnesota River in historic Downtown, it has free, familyfriendly events during the summer.

6 Scott County Fair

Dubbed the “5 Best Days of Summer”, the fair features live acts, farm animals, carnival rides and traditional fair food.

7 The Great Midwest Rib Fest This free outdoor, family-friendly event at Mystic Lake Casino showcases the nation’s top rib cookers.

8 Rock and Rockets

Come to Mystic Lake Casino during the 4th of July and enjoy a free, all-ages event which includes live music, food trucks, and a musically-choreographed fireworks show.

9 Shockwaves Water Ski Events

Beginning late June and running most Thursday evenings throughout the summer, see a fun, free water ski show put on by the Shakopee – Prior Lake Water Ski Association (Shockwaves).

10 Wacipi Pow Wow

The Wacipi celebration of life, in August, is a social celebration of dancing, singing and visiting. Visitors are welcome.


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Minnesota River Heritage Park. Nestled along the banks of the Minnesota River, this 88-acre living-history park explores the charms and challenges of life in the Lower Minnesota River Valley from the 1840s to the 1890s. Visit the fur traderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cabin and learn how beaver pelts were transformed into gold. Discover a pioneer-era farmstead and see if you have what it takes to carve a new life for yourself on the frontier. Stroll the streets of Eagle Creek - a recreated turn-ofthe-19th-century river town - and learn about the daily life of its residents. Tour highlighted historical buildings, watch as costumed interpreters bring the past alive during living history events or try your hand at historic crafts. Check ThreeRiversParks.org for hours and event schedules. 2187 East Hwy 101, Shakopee www.threeriversparks.org

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Let’s INDULGE Must Visit Eateries… Most likely, a person or family traveling to Shakopee for a trip is coming to see one of our great attractions like Valleyfair Amusement Park, Canterbury Park, the Minnesota Renaissance Festival or Mystic Lake Casino. It is the “what to do before and after” that many are looking for. Check out these amazing, muststop-to-eat-at, and locally owned restaurants in the Shakopee area!

Start your weekend off right with brunch. Dangerfield's 1583 E 1st Avenue, Shakopee | dangerfieldsrestaurant.com Ridges 21775 Ridges Dr, Jordan ridgesatsandcreek.com Turtle’s 132 E 1st Avenue, Shakopee turtlesbarandgrill.com The Wilds 3151 Wilds Pkwy, Prior Lake | golfthewilds.com Mystic Lake Buffet 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd., Prior Lake | mysticlake.com

O'Brien's Public House 338 1st Ave E, Shakopee obrienspublichousemn.com

Curl up with a good book and your favorite hot beverage.

Caribou Coffee 3 locations | cariboucoffee.com Coffee Ta Cream 1157 Shakopee Town Square, Shakopee twincitiesicecream.com

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Hearty breakfast and famous onion rings are just some of the yummy made-fromscratch eats you’ll find at Wampach’s

Restaurant 126 West 1st Avenue, Shakopee (952) 445-2721

Munkabeans

222 1st Ave E, Shakopee munkabeans.com

Starbucks 8090 Old Carriage Ct. N, Shakopee starbucks.com


Sip one of Minnesota’s finest craft beers or spirts at area restaurants, breweries, and distilleries.

Waconia Brewing

Turtle’s

Schram Vineyards Winery and Brewery

132 East 1st Avenue, Shakopee turtlesbarandgrill.com

Badger Hill 4571 Valley Industrial Blvd S, Shakopee badgerhillbrewing.com

Shakopee BrewHall 124 1st Ave East, Shakopee, Facebook.com/shakopeebrewhall

Enki Brewing

255 W Main St, Waconia waconiabrewing.com

8785 Airport Road, Waconia schramvineyards.com

Nutmeg Brewhouse 1905 Co Rd 42, Burnsville nutmegbrewhouse.com

J. Carver Distillery 1320 Mill Lane, Waconia jcarverdistillery.com

7929 Victoria Dr, Victoria enkibrewing.com

Tokyo Sushi & Grill

Enjoy great burgers and more at Muddy Cow Bar in Shakopee. They source all fresh Ingredients from farms within 300 miles of their establishments. Locally owned and operated, always providing fresh food, 2-for-1 drinks and numerous tv's for all the sports you need.

8080 Old Carriage Ct, Shakopee tokyosushiandgrill.com

Sapporo Japanese Restaurant 1114 Vierling Dr E, Shakopee sapporoMN.com Enjoy all your favorite Japanese dishes including sashimi, miso soup, tempura, and of course, sushi.

HyVee Market Grille, 1451 Adams St S, Shakopee, hy-vee.com

Indulge with a fresh pastry or bagel and some coffee.

Shakopee Bakery

114 1st Ave E, Shakopee shakopeebakery.com

Donut Connection

1037 1st Ave E, Shakopee donutconnection.com

Einstein Brothers Bagel

Muddy Cow 1244 Canterbury Rd S, Shakopee Muddycowbar.com

Mr. Pig Stuff features slow smoked pulled pork and beef brisket along with all of your other barbeque faves. 1561 1st Avenue E, Shakopee mrpigstuff.com

8360 Hansen Ave, Shakopee einsteinbros.com

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course, a popover with honey butter. Dangerfield’s also offers great steaks, salads, and sandwiches. Check out some of their special events, including their Happy Hour and Rib Tickler Comedy Club (seasonal).

2 Mr. Pig Stuff

This little hot spot along Highway 101 has some outstanding BBQ options with great smoky flavored meats. “I am a big fan of the beef brisket, but typically go with the traditional Pulled Pork sandwich. The apple wood smoked meat is tender and juicy and has a great smoked flavor in each bite.” Add in their delicious slaw, fries, and a pickle and you have a great meal. Mr. Pig Stuff also has unordinary menu items, including a pulled pork pizza.

3 Pablo’s Mexican Restaurant

1 Dangerfield’s

This classic dining establishment, located along the Minnesota River, offers great American fare in a wonderful, almost supper club atmosphere. They also have one of the top patio decks in the area, overlooking the beautiful river. “One of my favorite entrees at Dangerfield’s is the Jack Daniel’s Pork Chop. This succulent cut is charbroiled and brushed with a Jack Daniel’s glaze over an open fire.” Compliment this cut of meat with the house vegetable, potato and, of

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This colorful, vibrant restaurant features great Mexican fare at reasonable prices. “A must for me at almost every visit is the Ultimate Chimichanga. This great entrée features a jalapeno cheddar tortilla wrapped around cheese, pico de gallo, and a choice of ground beef, spicy shredded beef (favorite!), shredded chicken, or carnitas.” This fried delight is also topped with queso, sour cream, and guacamole. Include rice and refried beans and you definitely will not worry about being hungry after. Be sure to save room for Pablo’s fried ice cream, a must!

4 Tokyo Sushi

This terrific little Japanese restaurant in the Southbridge shopping district of Shakopee offers a wonderful variety of sushi and other Japanese dishes. “I typically go with the 3 roll lunch special and will order the Spicy Tuna Roll, Shrimp Tempura Roll, and Boston Roll.” Their selection is massive, so prepare yourself to take some time and peruse the options. If you are not a fan of sushi, they have Hibachi lunch items to choose from.

5 Turtle’s Bar and Grill

This local favorite on Main Street in Downtown Shakopee offers great burgers, chicken, pizzas and craft beer. “Turtle’s is definitely known for their pizza, which happens to be my pick of the menu. The thin crust pizza is hand-tossed and the cheese is ground right off the block!” Try the ‘Hey Dude’, which includes their special-recipe sausage, pepperoni, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and green olives. If pizzas aren’t your thing, you can try out some of their other great menu items like their Angus beef burgers. Turtle’s Tap Beer List is one of, if not, the best in Minnesota. They strive to bring in as many as 90+ rated beers as possible.


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Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brienâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brings a unique flair to Irish food. Add in some terrific American options, wonderful decor and ambiance, and a great selection of drinks and craft beers, and Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brienâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is definitely a place to visit on your next trip to Shakopee. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I enjoy the Public House Cod & Chips. You receive a very large piece of PBR battered cod. It has a very light breading, and the fish is tender on the inside, with a light and crisp breading on the outside. The slaw also has a great flavor to it, and the Tinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pickles have great taste and a surprising kick. Some other brunch and lunch recommendations are: Eggs Benedict, Reuben, Rosemary Chicken and Shepardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pie.

crust pizza, CertiďŹ ed Angus Beef burgers and incredible crispy fried chickenâ&#x20AC;Ś..plus a full menu! Areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s BEST selection of local craft beer! Family owned and operated in Downtown Shakopee since 1990. Cheers! **Specials and online ordering on their website** 132 1st Ave. E, Shakopee turtlesbarandgrill.com Saddle up the family and head out to the Shakopee Pizza Ranch for lunch or dinner. Their delicious menu includes pizza, the Countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Chicken, and a full buďŹ&#x20AC;et, which has something for everyone. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget, they also oďŹ&#x20AC;er carry-out and delivery. See you soon at the Ranch! 1266 Vierling Drive E, Shakopee pizzaranch.com/menus/Shakopee

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Relax UNWIND Family vacations are one of the best ways to create memories andd

build stronger bonds with the people you love most. If you are planning on n taking a vacation in Minnesota and are wondering about the best lodging options, then you have come to the right place. Whether you want to stay in the great outdoors, or indoors, we have options for every lifestyle and budget.

Comforts of home. Holiday Inn Express & Suites: These modern rooms offer a great value. They are clean and well designed to help you get a good night’s rest. Built into the already good bargain is a free breakfast in the morning. This will help get everyone in your party up and moving so you can better enjoy your vacation.

Country Inn & Suites Shakopee: This recently updated hotel offers terrific amenities at a great price for you and your party to enjoy. Enjoy swimming, relaxing, free breakfast, and more during your stay.

La Brique Lieu: Known for being charming and chic in the center of Downtown Shakopee, it is a space that can be used for groups to assemble and sleep over. Three individual, fully furnished apartments that sleep up to 17 people is an ideal spot for family reunions, girls get-always, craft retreats, bachelorette parties, group vacations and holiday events. "We provide our space for your party to enjoy." 20 Visit Shakopee 2018 Visitor’s Guide

AmericInn Lodge & Suites: This familiar hotel chain has beautiful rooms with all the accommodations you need to feel at home. With a free breakfast and a waterpark to enjoy, this home away from home will help add another dimension of fun and comfort to your vacation.


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If camping is your thing, you’ll find campgrounds throughout the southwest metro area. Options abound, from rustic settings to RV campgrounds with full amenities such as showers and laundry facilities. Three excellent sources of information for campgrounds are:

Three Rivers Park District (763) 559-9000 threeriversparks.org

Scott County Parks (952) 496-8475 co.scott.mn.us/parkslibraryenv/parkstrails

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Carver County Parks (952) 466-5250 | co.carver.mn.us

Cleary Lake Park Campground This camp is the perfect piece of serenity for the hiker in you. Placed right in the heart of Cleary Lake Regional Park, these grounds are home to 15 walk-in sites. The location of these sites make it perfect for the person or family looking to be free of all technology and really reconnect with nature because of their no-electricity sites. In fact, since hikers must walk to reach these sites,

only tents are allowed inside of this campground. Say goodbye to all RVs and trucks and say hello to the nighttime stars above. This is the perfect place to relax and get away from daily stresses. (764) 694-7777 threeriversparks.org


Dakotah Meadows Campground If being completely cut oďŹ&#x20AC; from technology isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really how you wish to spend your vacation, visit Dakotah Meadows Campground. RV- and trailerfriendly, this camp is located right next to Mystic Lake Casino. Dakotah Meadows Campground can make anyone happy thanks to the impressive surrounding nature, and the ability to take advantage of air conditioning and electronics. This campground is also the perfect piece of heaven for families because of the extensive, all-encompassing scenic hiking, while also being just a short trip away from city attractions like the Mall of America. (952) 445-8800 dakotahmeadows.om

River Valley, including a paved portion of the Minnesota Valley State Trail. Go for a hike and explore the beauty of this preserved land, or even take the whole family on a bike ride through the changing autumn leaves. This

breathtaking array of nature gives you the beneďŹ t of camping, without having to give up your smartphone or hot shower at the end of the day. (651) 259-5774 dnr.state.mn.us

                              

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RiverSouth is home to thrills for the young and the young at heart. Each year more than 10 million guests cheer, scream, taste and explore their way through RiverSouthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier entertainment destinations: Valleyfair, Canterbury Park, Minnesota Renaissance Festival and Mystic Lake Casino Hotel. With unique attractions, world-class festivals and breathtaking scenery, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fun for every side of you.

CANTERBURY PARK Experience the heart-pounding excitement of live horse racing at one of Minnesotaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier, year-round entertainment destinations. Canterbury Park features live Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing May through mid-September in a family-friendly atmosphere. Check out great specials like Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Buck Night and Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Day, plus popular annual promotions like wiener dog and bull dog races, camel and ostrich races, and the best 3rd of -XO\Č´UHZRUNVVKRZDURXQG)RUKRUVHUDFLQJDFWLRQDOO\HDUORQJ\RXFDQZDWFKDQGZDJHU on Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favorite tracks in the Canterbury Park Racebook. Î&#x2013;Q WKH &DQWHUEXU\ &DUG &DVLQR \RXČ&#x2021;OO Č´QG  DFWLRQ DQG WKH VWDWHČ&#x2021;V ZLGHVW VHOHFWLRQ RI table games like Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker and Texas Holdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;em, in a smoke-free environment. From summer concerts to winter snocross racing, indoor craft shows to outdoor festivals â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Canterbury Park hosts a variety of events all year long. CanterburyPark.com | 952-445-7223 /canterburypark

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RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL Huzzah! For more than four decades, the Minnesota Renaissance Festival has showcased the merriment of the 16th century and has become the largest Renaissance Festival in the country. As guests enter, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re welcomed by roaming street characters with a gracious â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good day my lord and lady.â&#x20AC;? Then the sights, smells and sounds of an authentic 16th century village come to life all around. With more than 300 characters roaming the village, coming face-to-face with the town beggar, the common peasant and even the King and Queen is inevitable. 7KH5HQDLVVDQFH)HVWLYDOIHDWXUHVVWDJHVRIOLYHHQWHUWDLQPHQWDUWLVDQYHQGRUVWKHPHG ZHHNHQGVNLGIULHQGO\DFWLYLWLHVIXOOFRPEDWMRXVWLQJDQGIRRGČ´WIRUDNLQJ RUTXHHQ  The Renaissance Festival is Open Weekends August 18 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; September 30. Plus Labor Day, 6HSWHPEHU )HVWLYDO)ULGD\6HSWHPEHUDPWRSPČ?5DLQRU6KLQH RenaissanceFest.com | 952-445-7361 /minnesotarenaissancefestival

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VALLEYFAIR Valleyfair is the Twin Citiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; amusement park where families come to play the Minnesota way! With towering roller coasters, Planet Snoopy and Soak City Waterpark, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got fun and adventure to keep the whole family entertained. New for the 2018 season, Valleyfair is turning things upside down with Delirious: a 70-foot looping thrill ride. Delirious will spin riders round and round on a sevenstory, 360-degree freestanding structure with a high capacity, high-speed train. Completing ten complete revolutions in less than a minute, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll leave you craving more hang time. /RRNLQJ WR FRRO RÎ?" *UDE \RXU VXQVFUHHQ ČľLS ČľRSV DQG KHDG RYHU WR 6RDN &LW\ :DWHUSDUN.LFNEDFNLQDSULYDWHFDEDQDRUJUDEDWXEHDQGČľRDWWKURXJKRXU feet of lazy river. Or race a friend down Breakers Plunge: two high-speed slides, dropping riders 90 feet virtually straight down! Valleyfair.com | 952-445-7600 /Valleyfair

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MYSTIC LAKE CASINO HOTEL If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for a place where the action never stops, Mystic Lake is open 24/7 in the heart of RiverSouth! Play the day away. Then take your nightlife up a notch with Cosmic BingoÂŽ or Cosmic BlackjackÂŽČ&#x201A;DQGOHWWKHORXGPXVLFDQGEODFNOLJKWVUHIXHO\RXUJRRG time! Of course, fun isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just in games. Dine at our distinctive restaurants for HYHU\DSSHWLWHDQGEXGJHW6HHVRPHRIWKHELJJHVWQDPHVLQHQWHUWDLQPHQW live in the Mystic ShowroomÂŽ. Plus, enjoy free or low-cost entertainment every ZHHNHQGDW7KH0HDGRZV%DUDQG*ULOOHÎ&#x17D;. 7UDQTXLOLW\\RXUVFHQH"9LVLWWKH6SDDW0\VWLF/DNH2UFKDOOHQJH\RXUVHOIWRD round of 18-hole championship golf at The Meadows at Mystic Lake. You can even make it a weekend with one of 766 luxurious, modern hotel rooms. Relax in the indoor pool and enjoy complimentary WI-FI and access to Dakotah! Sport and Fitness. Whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for work, play or an extended vacation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mystic Lake is the Midwestâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier resort and entertainment destination. MysticLake.com | 952-445-9000 /mysticlake

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SPECIAL EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIP SNOCROSS

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Championship snocross racing at Canterbury Park in January brings the best extreme snowmobile riders in the country for big air and fast racing.

Strange things are astir at Valleyfair! On select nights in the Fall, the fun takes a terrifying turn as the park transforms into ValleySCARE, the upper Midwestâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest Halloween DWWUDFWLRQ:LWKPRUHWKDQULGHVKDXQWHG mazes, scare zones and monsters prowling the park, there is something to satisfy everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s devilish desire.

CanterburyPark.com | 952-445-7223

LAKEFRONT MUSIC FEST This two-night music festival in Prior Lake in July features some of the best rock and country artists.

During the day, tiny terrors can enjoy family-friendly fun at The Great Pumpkin Fest! valleySCARE.com | 952-445-7600

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TRAIL OF TERROR THE GREAT MIDWEST RIB FEST Summer brings the fun outdoors with the Great Midwest Rib Fest. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a rib loverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s paradise featuring some of the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best rib cookers, plus live music and fun for the entire family! mysticlake.com | 952-445-9000

7KLVVSUDZOLQJWHUURUȴOOHGIHVWLYDOFRQMXUHV up plenty of ways to make you scream in October. Check out the escape room, along with spinechilling attractions like the Wicked Woods Walk, the ¾ mile heated indoor Maze of Mayhem, Zombie Paintball, +DOOVRI+RUURUDQGPRUH TrailofTerrorMN.com | 952-445-7361

SMSC WACIPI The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux &RPPXQLW\ 606& :DFLSLRU3RZ Wow, invites the greater community to celebrate the traditions and culture of Native American people for three days in mid-August. This celebration of life is located at the SMSC Wacipi Grounds, located near Mystic Lake Casino Hotel.

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Shop 'til you DROP Fun Local Places to Shop in Shakopee Shakopee offers all the charm of a small town with the benefits of a thriving metropolitan area. Known for its rich history and attractions like Valleyfair Amusement Park and Canterbury Park Racetrack, Shakopee also offers an eclectic variety of fun local shops. Whether you are a local or a visitor, you won’t want to miss these establishments as you shop Shakopee, MN.

One Sexy Biker Chick features women’s apparel with attitude. Black leather, halter tops, boots, and tight jeans fill this unique store. You don’t need to ride a motorcycle to enjoy the sexy apparel carried by this fun and fabulous establishment. 230 1st Avenue E, Shakopee (952) 496-2718 onesexybikerchick.com

Bill’s Toggery is a fine men’s clothier that offers high-quality, carefully selected ties, shirts, and suits. They also carry fine clothing for big, tall, and hard-to-fit sizes. In addition to their high-quality clothing, Bill’s Toggery is known for their superb service. This shop exemplifies why people love to buy local. 138 Lewis Street S, Shakopee (952) 445-3735 | billstoggery.com

At Mazopiya, they believe in natural, organic and local foods and products, with a focus on Native American vendors, like their own Wozupi Tribal Gardens. They’re a natural food market — offering classes, a deli, catering, a coffee/juice/ smoothie bar, and to-go meals. Their new DIY section has all you need to make natural beauty, cleaning, and bath products, too. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. (952) 233-9140 | 2571 Credit Union Drive, Prior Lake | mazopiya.com www.VisitShakopee.org 31


PLAY.

When it comes to fun, Mall of America has something for everyone to enjoy! You can work on your putting skills at the new Rock of Ages Black Light Mini Golf Course, while jamming out to your favorite rock songs from the 1950’s. In the mood for on-screen entertainment? CMX Cinemas – The VIP Cinema Experience can amuse the luxury seeking moviegoers with oversized reclining seats, state-of-the-art technology and a food menu full of tasty diversions.

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ess than 30 minutes away from Shakopee by car, Mall of America® has everything you need for the perfect day with friends and family. Mix your favorite stores with our newest attractions and restaurants to find something for everyone. One thing is guaranteed—you won’t run out of things to do.

SHOP.

Mall of America keeps bringing more of your favorite brands. First place to stop? On the north side now you can shop for shirts designed to be untucked at UNTUCKit, and purchase high-performance footwear in Asics®. New stores on the west side includes Timberland® for all your rugged outdoor gear, Nespresso® USA for all your coffee & espresso machine desires, and Evereve for the fashion loving mom. Make your way to

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the south side for more unique shopping choices. JUNO Active can take care of your active wear needs, while Alex and Ani® can help you express your individuality through their eco-conscious jewelry.

EAT.

When you need a break from shopping, stop by our new Culinary on North where you can eat with a view. This eatery features unique dining options including Thai Express®, Chick-fil-A® and more. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, join the famiglia at Carlo’s Bakery, from TLC’s show Cake Boss and grab a delectable baked good! End your day at GameWorks® Sports and Grille + Lanes, the new destination for all things “funtastic”, featuring a mouthwatering menu selection of burgers, pizza and much more!

If you would like more action, head over to FlyOver America® to soar through America’s greatest landmarks. Love solving puzzles? Don’t miss The Escape Game, where your group only has 60 minutes to find clues and escape your room. Looking for something more thrill seeking? Climb your way through Dutchman’s Deck Adventure Ropes Course and zip-line across Nickelodeon Universe. Mall of America has been your destination for fun and 2018 is no exception. Come shop, eat and play your way through where things are always new.


Shelly’s Boutique offers ladies a variety of stylish new pieces to add to their wardrobe. 126 Lewis Street S, Shakopee (952) 277-9289

Make sure to check out seasonal expos at Canterbury Park for all your home decorating needs. Junk Bonanza has wonderfully unique, refurbished items while Spring and Autumn Festival: An Arts & Crafts Affair carries the essential arts and crafts to make your home beautiful. junkbonanza.com hpifestivals.com

Shakopee Trading Post and Gallery presents a little piece of American history with its handmade Native American crafts, jewelry, and gifts. Artists from all over the United States and Canada display and sell their artwork created in the same tradition as their ancestors. 723 1st Avenue W, Shakopee (952) 496-2263

First Avenue Boutique is a small locally-owned shop featuring handmade items from local artists as well as American made clothing. They carry unique crafts and gifts, from jewelry to metal workings, furniture & more. 101 Lewis Street South, Shakopee (952) 228-1495 www.VisitShakopee.org 33


EnjoyAUTUMN Leaves Are Falling, Autumn Is Calling…

Ahh Fall — one of the most beautiful times of the year. As the

leaves begin to change colors and the harvest season draws near, now is the perfect occasion to begin planning your autumn visit to Shakopee! In addition to all of the incredible outdoor activities to explore in the area during this time of year, there are a plethora of local events, festivals and theatres to really give you a taste of the regional flair. From exciting outdoor adventures to relaxing family fun time, your autumn schedule will be chock full of things to do after you schedule your Shakopee vacation this year.

Corn maze and pig races and pumpkin blasters…oh my! Lose yourself in the fun. You’ll also find live music, the extreme corn pit and so much more. Sever’s Corn Maze 1100 Canterbury Rd S, Shakopee severscornmaze.com

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Pick your favorite apple from a changing inventory of 50 varieties. Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s AppleHouse 7485 Rolling Acres Rd, Victoria arboretum.umn.edu Located 1.5 miles west of the MN Landscape Arboretum (entrance on Hwy 5 and Rolling Hills Road.)


Apple farms are abundant throughout the Minnesota River Valley region, with many just minutes outside of Shakopee. Minnesota Harvest near Jordan, MN offers over 25 different varieties of apples to pick during their harvest season. Because of their over three decade breeding program, they also offer what are called “Topper’s Apples”, which are only grown at Minnesota Harvest! Your day begins as you arrive at this picturesque farm and make your way to their main building where you will have the opportunity

to take in the smells of freshly baked apple pastries, pies, and more. On the weekends, you can also check out the weekend brunch buffet or head over to the specialty stores located within the building. After purchasing your apple-picking bag, for only $20, head to the tractor-pulled Orchard Limo for the short ride through the trails to the apples. The knowledgeable staff will let you know which apples are available to pick and which ones will be best for pies or eating. After you are dropped off, you can venture throughout the lines of apple trees, picking the best ones you can find. You are free to taste and sample all the different varieties as you pick!

Taste the area’s natural bounty at local vineyards and wineries.

Once finished filling your bag(s), you can hop back on the Orchard Limo and head back to the main area where there are great attractions for the kids to enjoy. Head over to the petting zoo and see the ducks, donkeys, goats, and more. Make sure to check out the apple slingshot, large playground, large display of pumpkins later in the fall, bonfires in the evening, or special vendors and musicians who may be serving food or playing music during your weekend visit to the orchard.

Parley Lake 8280 Parley Lake Rd, Waconia parleylakewinery.com Schram Vineyards 8785 Airport Rd, Waconia schramvineyards.com Next Chapter 16945 320th St, New Prague nextchapterwinery.com Sovereign Estate 9950 N Shore Rd, Waconia sovereignestatewine.com

Cruise Highway 169 for a road trip full of autumn fun. Sponsel’s 8251 Old Hwy 169 Blvd, Jordan minnesotaharvest.net Jim’s Apple Farm 20430 Johnson Memorial Drive, Jordan Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store 20430 Johnson Memorial Drive, Jordan Emma Krumbee’s 351 Enterprise Drive E, Belle Plaine emmakrumbees.com

Get out and be part of a memory-making experience in the orchards, and reap the rewards at home when you are enjoying the fruits of your apple picking labor. 8251 Old Highway 169 Blvd, Jordan minnesotaharvest.net

Other apple orchard and farm options in the Shakopee area include: • Emma Krumbee’s Apple Orchard • Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Applehouse • Jim’s Apple Farm & Candy Barn • Applewood Orchard, Inc. • Deardorff Orchards and Vineyards • Sweetland Orchard www.VisitShakopee.org 35


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7 DON’T MISS FALL OUTINGS! 1 Sever’s Corn Maze

The Maze & Fall Festival has a Corn Pit, giant jumping pillows, an exotic animal zoo, a pumpkin patch, and of course, the corn maze.

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5 Pumpkins in the Park

If you have children ages 10 and under, visit Pumpkins in the Park! Hosted by the Shakopee Chamber & Visitors Bureau, the event includes a trick-or-treat trail, games, beverages, snacks, and even festive face painting.

Hear the real story of Maurice Stans and the Watergate Scandal. Then stroll through historic Downtown Shakopee and check out the amazing mural in the Holmes Street Tunnel. Stans Historical Museum: 235 Fuller Street S, Shakopee | scottcountyhistory.org

Amusement Park

When fall rolls around, Shakopee’s famous amusement park turns into the seasonally festive ValleySCARE! Visit their scary “Carnevil” rides and adventures, the spooky Blood Creek Cemetery, and even go back to the land before time with Dinoslaughter. For daytime, family fun, visit The Great Pumpkin Fest at ValleySCARE for trick-or-treating, games, and more!

3 Trail of Terror

Be prepared to shake in your boots at the Trail of Terror. Explore the haunted woods, Hotel 666, the Hogtied Pub Crawl, and many more terrifying attractions. For the faint of heart, scare free attractions are also offered.

4 Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store

Minnesota's Largest Candy Store is only open June through November. Get all of your Halloween candy in one place this year by paying a visit! Also enjoy fresh baked goods, hard-to-find sodas, specialty meats, and more.

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If you dare, we have spine tingling, bone chilling, blood curdling Halloween fun. And for the little ones, visit Planet Spooky for family-friendly Halloween fun.

6 Renaissance Festival

One of Shakopee’s biggest annual festivals! The festival kicks off late summer and continues until October. From themed weekends, to a unique marketplace, and live entertainment, this is the perfect event to bring your entire family.

7 Minnesota Harvest Apple Orchard

Apples are the perfect fall fruit (pie, anyone?) and apple picking is the perfect fall activity! The Minnesota Harvest Apple Orchard offers 25 varieties of apples for picking. Go home with a bushel of apples to munch on for the rest of the season. If you run out, come on back! Apples are available into November.

Trail of Terror 3525 145th St W, Shakopee trailofterrormn.com Halloween Haunt 1 Valleyfair Dr, Shakopee | valleyfair.com The Great Pumpkin Fest At Valleyscare: 1 Valleyfair Dr, Shakopee | valleyfair.com

Fall Cleanup! The SMSC Organics Recycling Facility (ORF) is part of the SMSC’s larger goal of being a good steward of the earth. The ORF accepts organic materials — like paper, food, and yard waste — from residential, commercial and municipal customers. They take what may have been tossed into a landfill and instead create high-quality compost, compost blends, and colored mulch in an environmentally friendly way. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. 1905 Mystic Lake Drive S, Shakopee smscorf.com.


Relish WINTER There’s snow place like home…

Sure— Shakopee is a bastion of fun and entertainment

during the summer with Valleyfair, Canterbury Park, Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Mystic Lake, golfing, biking and more. But, the season does not end once the snow flies. We have some great activities available to both outdoor and indoor enthusiasts during the winter months in Minnesota.

Pamper yourself with a manicure, facial, new hairstyle or massage at Shakopee’s spas and salons like Allure, The

Pearl, Salon Avalon and BeeWell Massage. Allure 1751 17th Avenue E, Shakopee escapetoallure.com The Pearl 287 Marschall Road, Suite 101, Shakopee thepearlsalon.com Salon Avalon 1659 17th Avenue E, Shakopee salonavalonmn.com BeeWell Massage 226 1st Avenue E, Suite B, Shakopee balancedbeebodyworks.massagetherapy.com

Head to the new indoor Aquatic Center for fun water games. This 22,300-square-foot aquatic center includes a zero-entry leisure pool with play features and water slide. The leisure pool reaches maximum depth of 3 feet, 6 inches. The center also has a four-lane lap pool, which is available for lap swimming, water aerobics, open swimming and swimming lessons. Other amenities include a sauna and whirlpool. 1255 Fuller Street South, Shakopee shakopeemn.gov

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Reach your goals at Dakotah! Sport and Fitness. The SMSCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s full-service ďŹ tness club features an aquatic center, cardio room, gymnasium, ice center, running/walking track, strength training area, and bowling. Personal training sessions and ďŹ tness classes are also available. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. 2100 Trail of Dreams, Prior Lake dakotahsport.com

Shakopee Dakota Convenience Store brings you better savings and better customer service. With two convenient locations, they oďŹ&#x20AC;er quality fuel, a free loyalty program, and a premium in-store shopping experience catered to you. Fill up with fresh and healthy options with their new #healthyme section, oďŹ&#x20AC;ering easy, wholesome options when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on the go. Visit them the next time you need to ďŹ ll up. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. SDCS #1 15035 Mystic Lake Drive, Prior Lake SDCS #2: 14160 Wilds Path NW, Prior Lake sdcstores.com


Chanhassen Dinner Theatres – entertainment at its finest! Chanhassen Dinner Theatres has been entertaining more than 12 million guests for 50 years. You can find a wide variety of entertainment options including spectacular live musical theatre, a phenomenal tribute concert series, and Stevie Ray’s Comedy Cabaret. Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is a fully professional, producing theatre company featuring Broadway’s brightest and best musical all year. Kicking off their 50th anniversary year, the divine musical comedy SISTER ACT playing now through February 24, 2018. CDT will open the high-energy, not-to-be-missed hit DISNEY’S NEWSIES from March 2 through September 29, 2018. CDT is overjoyed to open the new classic IRVING BERLIN’S HOLIDAY INN from October 2, 2018 through February 23, 2019. In addition, every Friday and Saturday guests can enjoy the amazing antics of STEVIE RAY’S COMEDY CABARET, where the troupe takes suggestions from the audience and invents creative, on-the-spot comedy routines to keep you in stitches. Check out CDT’s very popular Concert Series with tributes to: The Eagles, The Bee Gees, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Diamond, The Carpenters, and many more!

DRINK LOCAL MINNESOTA BEER DIRECT FROM THE SOURCE! CDT is also a vibrant event center with multiple banquet rooms for your hosting needs. With indoor and outdoor wedding venues, your wedding is sure to be unique and memorable. For casual dining, Brindisi’s Pub is open daily with great happy hours twice a day. AAA Magazine says, “any Twin Cities visit should include an evening at Chanhassen!” For tickets call (952) 934-1525 or visit ChanhassenDT.com.

12 TAP BEERS, GROWLERS TO GO, SMALL BATCH RELEASES AND SPECIAL EVENTS! 4571 VALLEY INDUSTRIAL BLVD S. SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 BADGERHILLBREWING.COM

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Celebrate the holidays throughout December at the Minnesota

Landscape Arboretum with festive teas by the fireplace, naturally decorated trees and sparkling snowscapes. 3675 Arboretum Dr, Chaska arboretum.umn.edu

As the south metro’s premier provider of quality child care and family fun, Playworks welcomes children of all ages. Active families love the Atrium! Complete with interactive games, the area’s largest play structure, an interactive dance floor, and computer games—there’s fun around every bend. Family Play, Birthday Parties, or Group Trips—fun the whole family can enjoy! Visit to start your adventure today. Owned and operated by your neighbor, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. 2200 Trail of Dreams, Prior Lake | playworksfun.com See the high-flying action of professional snocross at the annual

Pirtek Snocross National at Canterbury Park. 1100 Canterbury Rd Shakopee snocross.com

Lace up the skates and enjoy the brisk air on a cold January evening, a tradition many Minnesotans have enjoyed over the years. The City of Shakopee has a new indoor ice arena and six outdoor rinks and warming houses located throughout the city for families to enjoy for a winter skate, or for youth to enjoy a competitive game of hockey. There are also rental opportunities available for a fun gathering of friends and family. shakopeemn.gov

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Delight in the holiday traditions of 19th century Minnesota during Folkways of the Holidays at The Landing in December. Or, tour Eagle Creek Village and warm up near a stove with a hot beverage at the Valentine’s Day Family Fun event in February. 2187 East Hwy 101, Shakopee threeriversparks.org Warm up while Nordic skiing through the woods or a snowshoe trek in the bog at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. 3675 Arboretum Dr, Chaska arboretum.umn.edu

Skijoring & dog sledding at Clearly Lake Regional Park can cure some serious cabin fever. Skijoring is similar to dog sledding, except the person is on cross-country skis. 18106 Texas Ave, Prior Lake threeriversparks.org/location/cleary-lakeregional-park


Enjoy a day in the beautiful Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area on the Minnesota Valley State Trail. There are many miles of scenic and diverse trails to take advantage of for wonderful winter activities, including: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Take in great landscape diversity with wetlands, ďŹ&#x201A;oodplain forest and bluďŹ&#x20AC;-top oak savanna. Bird watching is available year-round. 19825 Park Blvd, Jordan dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/minnesota_valley

Watch the latest blockbuster movie in style at the new

Marcus Theatre. This state-of-the-art theatre includes DreamLounger recliner seating, Dolby Atmos sound, full food and beverage including alcoholic beverages. 8380 Hansen Ave, Shakopee marcustheatres.com/theatrelocations/southbridge-crossing-shakopee

Snowmobiling in Minnesota is a pastime for many. The entire Scott County area has a vast amount of snowmobile trails to take care of any snowmobile enthusiast. Enjoy the natural beauty of this region, or take in all the great places to make a pit stop at one of the wonderful eating establishments in the Shakopee area. Trail information hotline: (952) 440-1003 scottcountymn.gov/1252/snowmobile

Bring your fatbike out and ride the area trails including the Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area or the fun trail system located at Cleary Lake Regional Park. dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/minnesota_ valleythreeriversparks.org/location/clearylake-regional-park www.VisitShakopee.org 41


Ask the locals…

CELEBRATE THE STAGE! Shakopee might not be the first city that comes to mind when planning a theatre-filled vacation — but it truly should be. In fact, after New York City, the Twin Cities have the most theatre seats per capita in the country. Between the talented local companies, the traveling national tours, and the stunning venues in the Minneapolis & Saint Paul metro area, you can experience Broadway right here in Minnesota!

1 River Valley Theatre Company |

Shakopee Shakopee’s own local theatre company is one of the top venues in the region. Recent productions include classics such as Dracula, Curtains, and the Wizard of Oz. They also feature productions designed for kids to explore the arts.

2 Guthrie Theater | Minneapolis

The famous Guthrie Theater offers plays, concerts, education, and professional training. They incorporate newer works and contemporary concerts alongside more classical pieces.

3 State, Orpheum, Pantages, New Century Theatres | Minneapolis With four venues in Downtown, the Hennepin Theatre Trust’s season features multiple touring Broadway shows, as well as everything from concerts and comedians, to podcasts and magic shows.

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4 Children’s Theatre Company |

Minneapolis The Children’s Theatre Company features musicals, plays, and other events specifically for children and families.

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Ames Center | Burnsville This beautiful venue plays host to incredible shows including dance, theatre, music, comedy, magic, and more.

6 Chanhassen Dinner Theatres |

Chanhassen Combine dinner and a show at the largest dinner theatre in the United States! Enjoy comedy shows, concerts, and musicals.

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Old Log Theatre | Excelsior This venue features contemporary comedies and dramas as well as the Cast & Cru Restaurant, serving fresh modern American cuisine that feature seasonal ingredients grown in their on-site gardens and meticulously selected wines.

RENAISSANCE

FESTIVAL Join in the magic at the 48th Minnesota Renaissance Festival! The festival runs August 18 through September 30, 2018, and is open weekends; Labor Day and Festival Friday, September 28, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., rain or shine. Festival patrons can enjoy 16 stages of live entertainment, 250 artisan vendors, 7 themed weekends, mermaids, fire breathers, royalty, full combat jousting and food fit for a king!


MYSTIC LAKE CASINO HOTEL Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s go for non-stop fun! Hit the slots and tables at one of the largest gaming floors in the Midwest open 24/7. Just 25 minutes from Minneapolis and a short complimentary shuttle ride from Mall of AmericaÂŽ, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel is Minnesotaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ultimate getaway.

Play some of the hottest slot machines around and pull up a seat at one of nearly 100 blackjack tables. Warm up your best bingo holler or tear open some cash with pulltabs. For a wild time, grab your friends for Cosmic BingoÂŽ or Cosmic BlackjackÂŽâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; where late nights, black lights and loud music are all part of the fun! See your favorite stars in the Mystic ShowroomÂŽ and explore distinctive restaurants with fare for every taste and budget. Plus, visit one of three lively bars all close to the action. Tee off at The Meadows at Mystic Lake, an 18-hole championship golf course with driving range and practice green. And save some time for a little pamperingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;massages, facials and a steam room await at The Spa at Mystic Lake.

Make it a night in an upscale and modern hotel room complete with a KeurigÂŽ coffee maker, refrigerator and 49â&#x20AC;? HDTV. Plus, enjoy complimentary WI-FI, valet service, access to Dakotah! Sport and Fitness and indoor pool. Mystic Lake Casino Hotel 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. Prior Lake, MN 55372 (800) 548-8536 mysticlake.com

    

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Calendar of EVENTS 2018

JANUARY Canterbury Park’s Pirtek Snocross National January 5 & 6 Canterbury Park Sister Act Chanhassen Dinner Theatres G. Love & Special Sauce January 12 Mystic Lake Casino Home Improvement & Design Expo January 13 Canterbury Park Bleachers January 18 Mystic Lake Casino Wakiyan Hinhan Dog Derby January 20 – 21 SMSC Reservation Lands MECCA XI MMA & Muay Thai January 20 Canterbury Park MOMA State Pool and Dart Tournament v January 24 – 28 Canterbury Park Scott McCreery January 25 Mystic Lake Casino

FEBRUARY Sister Act Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Club NOMADIC February 1 – 4 Mystic Lake Casino

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The Chainsmokers February 1 Mystic Lake Casino – Club NOMADIC Ellie Goulding & KYGO February 2 Mystic Lake Casino – Club NOMADIC Florida Georgia Line February 3 Mystic Lake Casino – Club NOMADIC Gwen Stefani February 4 Mystic Lake Casino – Club NOMADIC The Price is Right Live February 9 – 11 Mystic Lake Casino Valentine’s Family Fun February 10 The Landing Victorian Valentine’s Dinner February 10 The Landing Extreme Events MN Skijoring February 17 Canterbury Park Rick Springfield February 25 Mystic Lake Casino

MARCH Newsies Starts March 2 Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Reds, Whites and Brews March 9 Canterbury Park

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Sara Evans All The Love Tour March 16 Mystic Lake Casino Sammy Hagar March 30 Mystic Lake Casino Farm Babies Minnesota Zoo

APRIL Newsies Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Farm Babies Minnesota Zoo Spring Festival: An Arts and Crafts Affair April 13 – 15 Canterbury Park Junk Bonanza April 19 – 21 Canterbury Park

MAY Newsies Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Canterbury Park Live Racing Season Starts May 4 Canterbury Park Kentucky Derby Day May 5 Canterbury Park Valleyfair Season Opening May 11 Valleyfair Amusement Park Civil War Weekend The Landing


12th Annual Shakopee Cup Soccer Tournament Preakness Stakes May 19 Canterbury Park Run & Ride Race Series May 19 & 20 Valleyfair Amusement Park Memorial Day Weekend May 26 – 28 The Landing

Scott County Fair July 25 – 29 Scott County Fairgrounds Corgi Dog Race Canterbury Park Extreme Race Day Canterbury Park Ribfest Mystic Lake Casino

JUNE

Newsies Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament Shakopee & New Prague Rhythm on the Rails August 1, 8 & 15 Downtown Shakopee Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community WACIPI August 17 – 19 Wacipi Grounds Festival of Champions Canterbury Park Minnesota Renaissance Festival Weekends August 18 – September 30, plus Labor Day & Festival Friday, September 28 Mystic Lake Derby Canterbury Park Minnesota State Fair August 23 – September 3 Minnesota State Fairgrounds

Newsies Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Barenaked Ladies June 1 Mystic Lake Casino Buck Night Returns Canterbury Park Belmont Block Party June 9 Canterbury Park Father’s Day Racing June 17 Canterbury Park

JULY Newsies Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Yanni July 1 Mystic Lake Casino Fireworks Spectacular July 3 Canterbury Park Rock and Rockets July 4 Mystic Lake Casino Free Hormel Hot Dogs July 4 Canterbury Park Lakefront Music Fest July 13 & 14 Lakefront Park – Prior Lake Rhythm on the Rails July 18 & 25 Downtown Shakopee

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Newsies Through September 29 Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Minnesota State Fair Through September 3 Minnesota State Fairgrounds Wiener Dog Wars Canterbury Park Final Day of Racing September 15 Canterbury Park

Junk Bonanza September 20 – 22 Canterbury Park Shaktoberfest September 29 – October 1 Badger Hill Brewery Minnesota Renaissance Festival Weekends August 18 – September 30, plus Labor Day & Festival Friday, September 28 ValleySCARE Weekends Through October Valleyfair Amusement Park Sever’s Fall Festival Open weekends – mid-September through October

OCTOBER

Shaktoberfest September 29 – October 1 Badger Hill Brewery Pumpkins in the Park October 6 Huber Park Scream Town Weekends in October Trail of Terror Weekends in October Renaissance Festival Grounds ValleySCARE Weekends through October Valleyfair Amusement Park

NOVEMBER

Autumn Festival: An Arts & Crafts Affair November 8 – 11 Canterbury Park Small Business Saturday November 24 Downtown Shakopee

DECEMBER

Shakopee Holiday Fest December 1 & 2 Downtown Shakopee Folkways of the Holidays Weekends in December The Landing www.VisitShakopee.org 45


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Area DIRECTORY AMUSEMENTS

CANTERBURY PARK

1100 Canterbury Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (800) 340-6361 canterburypark.com

LITTLE SIX CASINO

2450 Sioux Trail Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 403-5525 littlesixcasino.com

LOUISVILLE LANES

3020 133rd St. West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8112 louisvillelanes.com

MINNESOTA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL

Located three miles south of Shakopee off Highway 169 (952) 445-7361 renaissancefest.com

MINNESOTA ZOO

13000 Zoo Blvd Apple Valley, MN 55124 (952) 431-9200 mnzoo.org

MYSTIC LAKE CASINO

CAMPING, PARKS & OPEN SPACES

ARCHERY PARK & BOAT LAUNCH

5981 County Hwy 101 Shakopee, MN 55379

CARVER COUNTY PARKS

(952) 466-5250 co.carver.mn.us/parks

CARVER PARK CAMPGROUND

7200 Victoria Drive Victoria, MN 55386 (763) 559-6700 threeriversparks.org

CEDAR LAKE FARM REGIONAL PARK

25875 Juniper Avenue New Prague, MN 56071 (763) 694-7777 threeriversparks.org

CLEARY LAKE PARK & CAMPGROUND

VALLEYFAIR

MURPHYHANREHAN PARK RESERVE

15501 Murphy Lake Blvd Savage, MN 55378 (763) 694-7777 threeriversparks.org

RAPIDS LAKE EDUCATION & VISITOR CENTER

15865 Rapids Lake Rd Carver, MN 55315 (952) 361-4500 fws.gov

RIVER VALLEY TRAIL BLAZERS

THREE RIVERS PARKS DISTRICT

(763) 559-9000 threeriversparks.org

TOWN & COUNTRY CAMPGROUND

12630 Boone Avenue Savage, MN 55378 (952) 445-1756 townandcountrycampground. com

CHURCHES

BROOKWOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH

200 10th Ave East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-8946

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

FISH LAKE ACRES CAMPGROUND

1 Valleyfair Drive Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-6500 valleyfair.com

19825 Park Blvd Jordan, MN 55352 (651) 259-5774 dnr.state.mn.us

DAKOTAH MEADOWS RV PARK

SANDVENTURE AQUATIC PARK SEVER’S CORN MAZE

MINNESOTA VALLEY STATE RECREATION AREA

THE LANDING

2187 East County Rd. 101 Shakopee, MN 55379 (763) 694-7784 threeriversparks.org

(952) 445-9130 rvtb.org

2341 Park Place Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 445-8800 dakotahmeadows.com

1100 Canterbury Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 270-6293 seversfallfestival.com

3815 American Blvd East Bloomington, MN 55425 (952) 854-5900 fws.gov/refuge/minnesota_valley

SCOTT COUNTY PARKS

(952) 445-7750 scottcountymn.gov

18106 Texas Avenue Prior Lake, MN 55372 (763) 694-7777 threeriversparks.org

2400 Mystic Lake Blvd Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 445-9000 mysticlake.com 1101 Adams Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-9502

MINNESOTA VALLEY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

3000 210th Street East Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 492-3393 flac.bcpnet.net/FLAC.htm

MINNEAPOLIS SW KOA

3315 W 166th Street Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-6440 koa.com

MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM

3675 Arboretum Drive Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 443-1400 arboretum.umn.edu

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IN AN EMERGENCY .........................................................................911 Non-Emergency After Hours ..................................... (952) 445-1411

HEALTH EMERGENCIES

St Francis Regional Medical Center ......................... (952) 428-3000 Fariview Ridges Hospital............................................ (952) 892-2000 Fairview Southdale Hospital ...................................... (952) 924-5000 Two Twelve Medical Center ....................................... (952) 361-2447 Ridgeview Medical Center ........................................ (952) 442-2191 Crisis Connection ....................................................... (612) 379-6363 Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery .......................... (763) 591-0400 Mental Health Crisis Program ................................... (952) 442-7601 MN Poison Control Center ........................................ (800) 222-1222 Carver-Scott Sexual Violence Center........................ (952) 448-5425 Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women ........................................................ (952) 873-4214 Scott County Human Services ................................... (952) 445-7751


CROSS OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH

1506 Wood Duck Trail Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-5479

RIVER VALLEY CHURCH

1350 Crossings Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 255-8956

SLAVIC BAPTIST CHURCH

FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH

1205 10th Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-0578

FIRST CHURCH

119 Eighth Avenue West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-5666

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH

1980 10th Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (612) 518-3549

150 130th Street West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-3126 909 Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-3562

12800 Marystown Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 447-8282

HOSANNA! CHURCH

1690 Vierling Drive East, Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 435-3332

IGLESIA DEL DIOS VIVO LA LUZ DEL MUNDOLIGHT OF THE WORLD CHURCH

502 First Avenue East Shakopee 55379 (952) 403-0836

MT. OLIVE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH

12700 Marystown Road Shakopee 55379 (952) 445-2872

NEW CREATION LUTHERAN CHURCH

1053 Jefferson Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-3545

NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

ST JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH VALLEYVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH

1568 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-3400 applebees.com

ARBY’S

1546 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-6677 arbys.com 8010 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-7370 arbys.com

ARNIE'S BAR

122 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-7218

15850 Marystown Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1319

CHIPOTLE

CHERRYBERRY

8084 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 456-8693 cherryberryyogurtbar.com

COFFEE TA CREAM

1157 Shakopee Town Square Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-9008 twincitiesicecream.com

CULVER’S

DQ GRILL & CHILL

8021 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 224-2568 dairyqueen.com 1251 Tasha Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-2717 dairyqueen.com

DRAGON CAFE

576 Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-9615

EINSTEIN BROS. BAGELS

8360 Hansen Ave Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-5144 einsteinbros.com

EL TORO MEXICAN RESTAURANT

1120 First Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-9080 eltororestaurantshakopee.com

EMMA KRUMBEE’S RESTAURANT & BAKERY 351 Enterprise Drive East Belle Plaine, MN 56011 (952) 873-4334 emmakrumbees.com

FAR EAST

8046 Old Carriage Court North Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 402-0688

FIVE GUYS

8090 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 452-8131 fiveguys.com

ASIAN HON

4058 12th Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-4141 culvers.com

BABE'S PLACE

1583 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-2245 dangerfieldsrestaurant.com

1274 Vierling Drive Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-6073

DOMINO’S PIZZA

1451 Adams Street South, Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-1532 marketgrille.hy-vee.com

DONUT CONNECTION

1329 Heather Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 746-5990 jimmyjohns.com

124 Holmes Street South, Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8191

ST. MARY'S OF THE PURIFICATION SITE

CHILI’S GRILL & BAR

8094 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-6336 chipotle.com

APPLEBEE’S

SAINTS JOACHIM AND ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. MARY'S SITE

350 South Atwood Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1229

1539 17th Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-7357 cariboucoffee.com

DINING

2020 Evergreen Lane Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-5146

ST. MARK’S SITE

8360 Hansen Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-5144 cariboucoffee.com

8098 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-2234 chilis.com

1135 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2880 asianhonshakopeemn.com

535 Lewis Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1319

CARIBOU COFFEE

1361 Heather Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1004 cariboucoffee.com

BURGER KING

1330 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-6277 bk.com

DANGERFIELD’S

224 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-9200 dominos.com 1037 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2040 donutconnection.com

HONG KONG BUFFET

HYVEE MARKET GRILLE

JIMMY JOHN’S

8090 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-4000 jimmyjohns.com

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KFC OF SHAKOPEE

837 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-2188 kfc.com

LIONS TAP

PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA

165 1st Ave. East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 658-7272 papajohns.com

PAPA MURPHY’S PIZZA

RUBY TUESDAY RESTAURANT

1158 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 402-0160 subway.com

SAPPORO JAPANESE RESTAURANT

8030 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2764 subway.com

16180 Flying Cloud Drive Eden Prairie, MN 55347 (952) 934-5299 lionstap.com

1106 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8118 papamurphys.com

1114 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-8800 sapporomn.com

MARCO’S PIZZA

PERKINS

SHAKOPEE BAKERY

1260 4th Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8660 marcos.com

MCDONALD’S

1205 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-6475 perkinsrestaurants.com

114 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-2663

PHO 83

1201 3rd Ave East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-7912 shakopeevfw.com

227 South Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8050 mcdonalds.com

1141 Canterbury Road South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-1801 pho83.com

3990 12th Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 402-9100 mcdonalds.com

PIZZANPASTA

Southbridge Shakopee, MN 55379 mcdonalds.com

MR. PIG STUFF

1561 First Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-7306 mrpigstuff.com

MUDDY COW

1244 Canterbury Rd. South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 446-7961 muddycowbar.com

MUNKABEANS

222 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 426-3848 munkabeans.com

584 South Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-0000 pizzanpasta.com

PIZZA HUT

257 Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-7888 pizzahut.com

PIZZA MAN

479 Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-5566 pizzaman.biz

PIZZA RANCH

1266 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-2122 pizzaranch.com

PULLMAN CLUB

O’BRIEN’S PUBLIC HOUSE

124 1st Avenue West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1938

PABLO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT

4057 Dean Lakes Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-1627 qdoba.com

PANERA BREAD

21775 Ridges Drive Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-2644 ridgesatsandcreek.com

338 First Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 217-5490 obrienspublichousemn.com 230 South Lewis Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-9218 pablosmexican.com

8062 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-8705 panerabread.com

QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL

RIDGES AT SAND CREEK

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SUBWAY

4135 Dean Lakes Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 403-7893 rubytuesday.com

SHAKOPEE VFW

SIRIOUTHAY’S DELI

4053 Dean Lakes Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-1667

232 South Marschall Road Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-0251 subway.com 4109 Dean Lakes Boulevard Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-6900 subway.com

TACO BELL

1120 Vierling Drive East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-1561 tacobell.com

TACO JOHN’S

SMASHBURGER

1301 Heather Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2798 tacojohns.com

STARBUCKS

1555 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 224-2449

8088 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (612) 315-9999 smashburger.com 8090 Old Carriage Court 1421 Adams St. Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-4241 starbucks.com

STEAK ESCAPE

1301 Heather Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2798 steakescape.com

STONEBROOKE GOLF CLUB

2693 County Road 79 Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-3171 stonebrooke.com

TACO LOCO

THE WILDS GOLF CLUB

3151 Wilds Ridge Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 445-3500 golfthewilds.com

TOKYO SUSHI & GRILL

8080 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-0588 tokyosushiandgrill.com

TURTLE’S BAR & GRILL

132 East 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-9668 turtlesbarandgrill.com

WAMPACH’S

126 West 1st Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-2721 wampachs.com

ZUPPA CUCINA

1667 East 17th Avenue #104 Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-3737 zuppacucina.com


GOLF COURSES

CHASKA PAR 30

1207 Hazeltine Blvd Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 448-7454 chaskapar30.com

CHASKA TOWN COURSE

3000 Town Course Drive Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 443-3748 chaskatowncourse.com

DAHLGREEN GOLF

6940 Dahlgren Road Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 448-7463 dahlgreen.com

GOLF ZONE

825 Flying Cloud Drive Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 445-1500 yourgolfzone.com

LEGENDS GOLF CLUB

BADE’S ORCHARD

104 Lano Lane Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 448-4986 By appointment only

DEARDORFF ORCHARDS & VINEYARDS

8282 Parley Lake Road Waconia, MN 55387 (952) 442-1885 deardorfforchards.com

EMMA KRUMBEES’S APPLE ORCHARD

351 Enterprise Drive East Belle Plaine, MN 56011 (952) 873-4334 emmakrumbees.com

JIM’S APPLE FARM

20430 Johnson Memorial Drive Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-6380

MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM APPLEHOUSE

8670 Credit River Blvd Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 226-4777 legendsgc.com

7485 Rolling Acres Road Victoria, MN 55386 (952) 443-1400 arboretum.umn.edu

STONEBROOKE GOLF CLUB

SPONSEL’S MINNESOTA HARVESTORCHARD

2693 County Road 79 Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-3171 stonebrooke.com

THE MEADOWS AT MYSTIC LAKE

2400 Mystic Lake Blvd NW Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 233-5533 golfthemeadows.com

THE RIDGES AT SAND CREEK

21775 Ridges Drive Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-2644 ridgesatsandcreek.com

8251 Old Highway 169 Blvd Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-2785 minnesotaharvest.net

SWEETLAND ORCHARD

26205 Fairlawn Avenue Webster, MN 55088 (651) 252-4337 sweetlandorchard.com

SHOPPING

ALBERTVILLE PREMIUM OUTLETS

THE WILDS GOLF CLUB

6415 Labeaux Avenue NE Albertville, MN 55301 (763) 497-1911 premiumoutlets.com

ORCHARDS

138 Lewis Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-3735 billstoggery.com

3151 Wilds Ridge Prior Lake, MN 55372 (952) 445-3500 golfthewilds.com

APPLEWOOD ORCHARD

22702 Hamburg Avenue Lakeville, MN 55044 (952) 985-5425 applewoodorchard.com

BILL’S TOGGERY

BURNSVILLE CENTER

1178 Burnsville Center Burnsville, MN 55306 (952) 435-8182 burnsvillecenter.com

EAGLE CREEK QUILT SHOP

333 2nd Avenue West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 233-3774 eaglecreekquiltshop.com

EDEN PRAIRIE CENTER

8251 Flying Cloud Drive Eden Prairie, MN 55344 (952) 941-7650 edenprairiecenter.com

FIRST AVENUE BOUTIQUE

101 Lewis St. South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 228-1495

FOR THE JOURNEY EMPORIUM/ ONE SEXY BIKER CHICK

230 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2718 onesexybikerchick.com

MALL OF AMERICA

60 E Broadway Bloomington, MN 55425 (952) 883-8800 mallofamerica.com

MINNESOTA’S LARGEST CANDY STORE

20430 Johnson Memorial Drive Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 492-6380

NORTH AIRE MARKET

110 First Ave East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2887 northairemarket.com

PAUL’S BICYCLE SHOP

RIVER VALLEY RUNNING

1272 Vierling Dr. East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 681-2058 rivervalleyrunning.com

SHAKOPEE TRADING POST

723 1st Avenue West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2263 shakopeetradingpost.com

SHAKOPEE VALLEY SPORTS

102 First Avenue West Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-3340 shakopeevalleysports.com

SHELLY’S BOUTIQUE

126 Lewis Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 277-9289 shellysboutiquemn.com

SHOPS AT WEST END

1621 West End Blvd St. Louis Park, MN 55416 (763) 450-0554 theshopsatwestend.com

SOUTHDALE CENTER

10 Southdale Circle Edina, MN 55435 (952) 925-7885 simon.com

THE GALLERIA

3510 Galleria Edina, MN 55435 (952) 925-4321 galleriaedina.com

THE VAULT

120 Holmes Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 688-6820 paulsbicyclerepair.com

138 Lewis Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (612) 584-9898

PHANTASY HOBBIES

3965 Eagan Outlets Pkwy Eagan, MN 55122 (612) 444-8850 premiumoutlets.com

8091 Old Carriage Court Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 402-0291 phantasyhobbies.com

REAL GEM JEWELERS

108 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 496-2000 realgemjewelers.com

RIDGEDALE CENTER

12401 Wayzata Blvd Minnetonka, MN 55305 (952) 541-4864 ridgedalecenter.com

TWIN CITIES PREMIUM OUTLETS

THEATRES, MUSEUMS & THE ARTS

CARVER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

555 W 1st Street Waconia, MN 55387 (952) 442-4234 carvercountyhistoricalsociety.org

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CHANHASSEN DINNER THEATRES

PAISLEY PARK

501 W 78th Street Chanhassen, MN 55317 (952) 934-1525 chanhassendt.com

7801 Audubon Road Chanhassen, MN 55317 officialpaisleypark.com

CHASKA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

270 N Kent Street St Paul, MN 55102 (651) 224-3180 penumbratheatre.org

112 W 4th Street Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 448-6077 chaskahistory.org

CHILDREN’S THEATRE COMPANY

2400 3rd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404 (612) 874-0400 childrenstheatre.org

GUTHRIE THEATER

818 S 2nd Street Minneapolis, MN 55415 (612) 377-2224 guthrietheatre.org

HISTORY THEATRE

PENUMBRA THEATRE

PLYMOUTH PLAYHOUSE

2705 Annapolis Lane North Plymouth, MN 55441 (763) 553-1600 ext. 1 plymouthplayhouse.com

RIVER VALLEY THEATRE COMPANY

1200 Shakopee Town Square Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 856-0684 rivervalleytheatrecompany.com

SCOTT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY/STANS MUSEUM

EXCELSIOR BREWING COMPANY

421 3rd Street Excelsior, MN 55331 (952) 474-7837 excelsiorbrew.com

GIESENBRAU BIER CO.

1306 1st Street NE New Prague, MN 56071 (952) 758-4226 giesenbraubierco.com

NEXT CHAPTER WINERY

16945 320th Street New Prague, MN 56071 (612) 756-3012 nextchapterwinery.com

PARLEY LAKE WINERY

8280 Parley Lake Road Waconia, MN 55387 (952) 442-2290 parleylakewinery.com

ROETS JORDAN BREWERY CO.

30 10th Street East St. Paul, MN 55101 (651) 292-4323 historytheatre.com

235 Fuller Street South Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-0378 scottcountyhistory.org

231 Broadway Street South Jordan, MN 55352 (952) 406-8865 roetsjordanbrewery.com

MARCUS SHAKOPEE CINEMA

THE ST PAUL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

SCHRAM VINEYARDS WINERY & BREWERY

1116 Shakopee Town Square Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-5300 marcustheatres.com

MARCUS SHAKOPEE CROSSING CINEMA

408 St. Peter Street St Paul, MN 55102 (651) 291-1144 thespco.org

WALKER ART CENTER

8380 Hansen Avenue Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 278-9600 Marcustheatres.com

725 Vineland Place Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 375-7600 walkerart.org

MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ART

VINEYARDS, WINERIES & BREWERIES

2400 3rd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404 (612) 870-3000 artsmia.org

MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA

1111 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 371-5600 minnesotaorchestra.org

MIXED BLOOD THEATRE

1501 S 4th Street Minneapolis, MN 55454 (612) 338-6131 mixedblood.com

OLD LOG THEATRE

5185 Meadville Street Excelsior, MN 55331 (952) 474-5951 oldlog.com

BADGER HILL BREWING COMPANY

4571 Valley Industrial Blvd S, #500 Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 230-2739 badgerhillbrewing.com

CANNON RIVER WINERY

421 Mill Street West Cannon Falls, MN 55009 (507) 263-7400 cannonriverwinery.com

ENKI BREWING COMPANY

1495 Stieger Lake Lane Victoria, MN 55386 (952) 300-8408 enkibrewing.com

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8785 Airport Road Waconia, MN 55387 (952) 442-5105 schramvineyards.com

SHAKOPEEE BREWHALL

126 1st Avenue East Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 873-9747 shakopeebrewhall.com

SOVEREIGN ESTATE VINEYARD & WINERY

9950 N Shore Road Waconia, MN 55387 (952) 446-9957 sovereignestatewine.com

WACONIA BREWING COMPANY

255 West Main Street Waconia, MN 55387 (612) 888-2739 waconiabrewing.com

WOODLAND HILL WINERY

731 County Road 30 SE Delano, MN 55328 (763) 972-4000 woodlandhillwinery.com


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