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Our Location in Pipestone

We are located at 113 S. Hiawatha Ave. in Pipestone, MN.  In the heart of Pipestone's historic downtown.

The City of Pipestone is located in the SW corner of MN and is the County Seat of Pipestone County. We are located just 50 miles NE of Sioux Falls, SD, 200 miles from Minneapolis/St. Paul and 240 miles from Omaha, NE.



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Driving Directions:
From MN Hwy 23:  Turn West onto Main Street.  Continue approximately eight (8) blocks to Hiawatha Avenue.  Turn South on Hiawatha, we are located just one block South of Main Street.

From MN Hwy 30:  Turn North onto Hiawatha Avenue.  We are located approximately eight (8) blocks North and can be found on the West side of Hiawatha avenue, just prior to the stop lights at Main Street.

From US Hwy 75: 
Turn West onto Main Street.  Continue approximately eight (8) blocks to Hiawatha Avenue.  Turn South on Hiawatha, we are located just one block South of Main Street.

From Interstate I-29:  Exit onto Eastbound South Dakota St. Hwy 34.  Continue East, at the SD/MN border the road number will change to MN St. Hwy 30. 
Continue approximately eight more miles to Pipestone.  Turn North onto Hiawatha Avenue.  We are located approximately eight (8) blocks North and can be found on the West side of Hiawatha avenue, just prior to the stop lights at Main Street.

From Interstate I-90:  From the East, Exit onto Northbound US Hwy 75.  From the West, Exit onto Northbound MN St Hwy 23.  Each of these will be about 30 miles from Pipestone.  Continue North when Hwy 23 and Hwy 75 merge at a stop light. 
Turn West onto Main Street.  Continue approximately eight (8) blocks to Hiawatha Avenue.  Turn South on Hiawatha, we are located just one block South of Main Street.

A little about our location in Minnesota:

Pipestone County, was originally a stretch of rich upland prairie. Ecologically, our region is known as the Tall Grass Prairie. It was virtually devoid of trees, with native grasses growing as tall as 6 to 8 feet throughout much of the county. Pipestone County is situated atop the "Coteau des Prairies", a watershed divide ranging in elevation from 1700 to 2000 feet above sea level, some of the highest land in the state. Waters east of the Coteau flow into the Mississippi River, and those west flow into the Missouri. Animal inhabitants included bison, elk, cougar, wolves, prairie chickens, and the county's numerous acres of wetlands abounded with water fowl and other birds. This was the homeland of the Dakota Indians, nomadic hunters, who lived in close harmony with nature as they traveled through this area.

 

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