Discover the best top things to do in Saint Cloud, United States including Clemens Gardens, Quarry Park and Nature Preserve, Bad Habit Brewing Company, Munsinger Gardens, Parkwood 17, Beaver Island Brewery, Stearns History Museum, Summerland, Beaver Islands Trail, Lake George.
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5 based on 122 reviews
Picturesque garden with red-brick walkways gives visitors a feast for the senses.
If you are seeing Clemens, you must see Munsinger as well as they are connected! The gardens are tastefully planned. If you have no interest in gardens, it's just an incredibly beautifull area! Pathways are lovely, filled with color of both annuals and perrenial selections. The hardscape is reminicient of those grand gardens of noble houses. Shaded and sunny areas allow for a varied experience. A photographer's dream!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
We live near Brainerd MN and I've always had friends who visited the quarries. Not quite sure why I never went until now, but I'm definitely glad I did. The views were gorgeous. The swimming areas were beautiful and very refreshing water! There was music playing and people diving in from the cliffs. Lucky I live so close to something so beautiful ! Definitely recommend to anyone who visits st.cloud!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
This is a great craft brewery that is within walking distance from the College of Saint Benedict. It has a great selection of beers as well as lemonade and fresh brewed root beer for those who are underage. No food but lets you bring in or order food from surrounding establishments. A fun hangout that closes early so eliminates people from getting too drunk.
5 based on 342 reviews
Located along the scenic Mississippi River, these gardens are known for their shade-loving plants including numerous hostas and ferns.
We always enjoy our visit. It is a very peaceful setting. Very beautiful when the garden is in bloom. Small garden store but not much else around the garden so need to motor for lunch.
4 based on 28 reviews
Great theater in the St Cloud area, the upgrades with VIP seating and recliner seats in several theaters make this even better than it was before. Also being able to order food from Zafffiro's along with drinks for the show is a real perk.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Super friendly server. Nice selection of beers. Tried the hoppy styles and both were very good. A must stop if you are in the area. The building is a beautifully remodelled car dealership from many years ago. Worth the visit just to see the building.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
My family and I visited the museum and left extremely pleased with the experience. The inside if very neat, clean, and well organized. It is a very professional museum. Right off the bat we were having fun looking at the animal display. I didn't know about the significant role granite played in this areas history. I especially loved the section dedicated to recognizing individuals that contributed to the success of the area. This time emphasis was placed upon medical professionals. They have a research room, which coincidentally, my wife was able to get help with a genealogy question she'd been unable to answer using their staff and their Ancestry.com access.
Surrounding the museum are several trails which are shaded. They were empty and a little dirty, but we did encounter a woodpecker and completed a Geocache. Lastly, we stopped to watch the kids at the skate park which was a nice end to the visit.
Note: when I provided my military ID with my credit card, my family and I were kindly given free access. I didn't ask, but was very appreciative of this kind gesture.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
My husband and I stopped here on our way up north because we are mini-golf junkies. We played The Lakes course and had a ball! Its a great course with pretty water features. The other course looked like fun too, but had more of a kid appeal. After mini-golf we raced eachother around the go-kart track. Even though he won, we had a great time! If we would have had more time or kids along, I would have loved to try the waterslide, bumper boats or batting cage. They are VERY reasonable with their prices too! If you are around, make the stop!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Our first visit was this afternoon and we enjoyed the trail very much. It is asphalt. The beginning is divided for walkers and bikers. However, most of the trail is shared by all. The asphalt is well maintained. Nice views of the river often come into view. The few people we saw were friendly. Not crowded. We felt safe. Saw lots of geese. We will be back!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Lake George is a little lake in the heart of Saint Cloud. It has a walking path all the way around, two playgrounds, restrooms, a shelter that hosts various events and a fishing platform. In the summer you can rent paddleboats and every Wednesday evening there are free concerts and vendors selling food, arts and crafts.
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