Weaving Waters Fiber Arts Trail

Little Falls - Randall - Brainerd - Staples - Wadena - New York Mills, Minnesota

 

Welcome to the Weaving Waters Fiber Arts Trail

Articulture’ — where art is our agriculture! Weaving Waters Fiber Arts Trail is a new type of year-round cultural and art studio tour and is right smack-dab in the middle of the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The Trail offers visitors an opportunity to experience Central Minnesota’s rich textile heritage and celebrate the work of the area’s contemporary fiber artists.

Surrounded by gently rolling hills, lakes and flowing rivers, pine, birch and maple forests, locations on the Weaving Waters Trail include local artists, galleries, shops, arts and cultural centers, a retreat center, a new woolen mill in Randall, historical landmarks and small businesses. Each stop on the Trail reflects the diversity of textile and fiber arts from Brainerd to Little Falls, Randall, Staples, Wadena and New York Mills.

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Little Falls - Brainerd - Randall - Staples - Wadena - New York Mills

Thinking about visiting Minnesota’s Central Lakes area?

Central Minnesota is known for lakes, cabin life and outdoors activities. Little Falls boasts the Minnesota Fishing Museum and Hall of Fame in addition to the Charles Lindbergh House Historic site. The railroad depot in Staples in on the list of Great American Stations. It’s a working station and open to the public. Amtrak runs through twice a day. The Carlos Creek Winery is in nearby Alexandria. Click on the links to Explore MN for lodging, dining and more activities in the area.

Explore Brainerd Lakes Chamber
Little Falls Chamber of Commerce
Staples-Motley Chamber of Commerce
Explore New York Mills

Explore MN

Need a place to stay?

Here’s a link to Explore MN.com where you can find places to stay, eat and some pretty nice scenic drives, too!

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