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Minnesota Road Map

The scalable Minnesota map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Saint Paul, the capital city, and Minneapolis, the most populous city.
foggy road in the Minnesota wilderness
Foggy Road through the Minnesota Wilderness

Minnesota Map Navigation

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The following Map Legend and Scale of Miles apply to the road map on this page, at its largest displayed scale.

Minnesota Map Legend

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Minnesota Map Scale Of Miles

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Minnesota Interstate Highways

Minnesota's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Minnesota and its neighbors.  I-35 traverses eastern Minnesota from Duluth in the northeast to the Iowa border in the south.  In the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, I-35 has two routings; I-35E passes through St. Paul, while I-35W passes through Minneapolis.  I-90 traverses southern Minnesota from east to west, while I-94 crosses central Minnesota from North Dakota's eastern border to the Wisconsin border near Saint Paul.

Minnesota's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve its major metro areas.  I-394 connects downtown Minneapolis with its western suburbs.  I-494 loops around the south and west sides of Minneapolis/St. Paul, providing easy access to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport; I-694 loops around the north and east sides of the twin cities.  I-535 connects Duluth with its suburbs across St. Louis Bay to the south.

Minnesota Scenic Routes

A 150-mile road trip on Route 61 along the north shore of Lake Superior from Duluth to Grand Portage offers beautiful views, especially in the fall.  The drive passes through many state parks, including Gooseberry Falls State Park, which is home to 18 miles of trails and several waterfalls.  Travelers will also encounter the 1,900-acre Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, Temperance River State Park, and Cascade River State Park with its five separate waterfalls.  More information about scenic roads in Minnesota is available on this Minnesota Scenic Byways web page.

Minnesota Road Travel Resources

For more information about Minnesota's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Minnesota Department of Transportation website.  For Minnesota road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Minnesota Traffic Information page.

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