Experience Minnesota in One of Our Rental Cars
Head to the Land of 10,000 Lakes in your Minnesota rental car, and make this Midwestern spot your next vacation destination. Known for its outdoor recreation and family fun activities, Minnesota will bring the family on an exciting adventure. From touring local museums to fishing, hiking and boating, there's something for everyone to enjoy. From quaint small towns to big metropolitan cities, Minnesota has something new to explore in every part of the state.
Travel to Minneapolis
If this is your first time to Minnesota, take some time to explore your surroundings in your Minneapolis rental car. From unique attractions in the city to picturesque natural wonders, you'll find the best of both worlds here. Take the kids to Como Zoo and Conservatory for seasonal fun, or explore the city's history on a Segway Magical History tour. For some out-of-the-box fun, head to Extreme Sandbox, where the whole family can learn to operate heavy machinery in a safe and controlled environment. If you can get away from the kids at the end of the day, explore some of Minnesota's fine dining at restaurants like La Belle Vie, Solera, Restaurant Alma and Brasa Rotisserie.
St. Paul is the next stop
Finish your vacation in Duluth
Jaunt over to Minneapolis' twin city, St. Paul, located just 12 miles away. Take your Minnesota rental car and don't forget to hit the streets where you can tour the city or attend the Minnesota State Fair, a fan favorite among the locals. For a day of fun and sun, the little ones will love Como Town, an outdoor amusement center filled with games and rides for ages 2-12. If you want to pick up some souvenirs, head to the famous Mall of America, located just 10 miles from St. Paul.
Wind down from all the hustle and bustle from your travels and relax in Duluth as the final stop in your Minnesota rental car. Duluth has dozens of parks, golf courses and other outdoor recreational areas. While walking through the city, you'll find secluded waterfalls and plenty of rivers and streams. Take the family charter fishing on Lake Superior, or go to the Duluth Art Institute for a lesson in creativity. If you're a fan of Bob Dylan, you can explore Bob Dylan Way, a Duluth landmark that extends 1.8 miles through the downtown area.