Pomme de Terre River State Water Trail

Pomme de Terre River
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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.

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Swift County, west central Minnesota
Contact DNR Parks and Trails Southern Regional Office: (320) 796-2161.

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