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Millville, Minnesota

While the new Veterans' Memorial Bridge in Millville replaced the old iron bridge, the river that it spans hasn't changed!

Businesses, Lodging/Dining & Attractions

The Zumbro River widens at Millville—a reminder that the village was founded in part due to the "fine water power of the Zumbro River," which fell 14 feet as it flowed past the original settlement.  Today Millville is a quiet little town that's dominated by its feed mill and grain storage bins.  The Zumbro River Ratz, which is located in Millville close to the Veteran's Memorial Bridge, caters to paddlers of all types by renting canoes, kayaks and tubes and providing a shuttle service.  

If you're looking for a great breakfast, try the Millville Cafe. Interested in night life? Millville has several bar & grills that schedule entertainment.

BusinessesMillville has several businesses, which still serve surrounding farms and local residents. Notably two bars, a cafe, two automotive businesses and a thriving grain elevator. For VisitorsVisitors to Millville can find rooms in the nearby towns of Plainview and Zumbro Falls. Campers can pitch their tents in Sportsmens Park, next to the Zumbro River, or find spots at the two local campgrounds that offer basic campsites to RV hookups and amenities. Things To Do Millville is close to the area's motocross tracks, and has its own canoe livery, The Zumbro River Ratz. If you like the outdoors, there's plenty to do year-round! 

Explore The Zumbro is a collaboration of cities, businesses and organizations that are in or near the Zumbro River Valley in eastern Goodhue and Wabasha Counties in southeastern Minnesota..
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