The Pomme de Terre River is the northern-most tributary of the Minnesota River. It runs through a variety of land types, including low blufflands, woods, pasture, and some farmland.
"Pomme de terre" is French for potato, and the river is named for the potato-like native plant used as food by the Dakota inhabiting the area.
There are no major rapids. About rapids classes.
For more information about this river, please refer to the Ortonville to Granite Falls segment of the Minnesota River.