Stillwater is a year-round travel destination, but I have only visited during the summer months. This time is the first that I’ve stayed overnight as a destination.
We stayed at the Rivertown Inn and ended up being the only guests within the facility. The location is great. It’s just off the main street and everything is extremely walkable.
After we got checked in Zack and I explored the town on foot. We grabbed a bite to eat at Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque. Then we had ice cream at Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop. After desserts we had a couple drinks at No Neck Tony’s. The next morning we followed up by breakfast at the Lumberjack Cafe.
Here are some photos that I took while walking through Stillwater:
Stillwater Minnesota is considered the historic birthplace of Minnesota in 1848. The lumber industry made Stillwater famous. Read more about their history at DiscoverStillwater.com.
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