The Pomme de Terre River is the northern-most tributary of the Minnesota River. The river passes through a variety of landscapes, including low blufflands, woods, pasture and some farmland.
Named for the wild turnip (which has a potato-shaped root), the Pomme de Terre is known for Class 1 rapids and fast running water over a sandy bottom.
River segments and maps
This river has only one segment. Get maps and more information.
Note: The Pomme de Terre River shares a map with the Minnesota River (Map 1).