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Worthington Minnesota Community Guide


Location:
Aerial view of Worthington Minnesota Location of Worthington Minnesota
The regional economic hub of Southwestern Minnesota, the City of Worthington is nestled in the Southwest corner of Minnesota at the intersection of Interstate 90 and Minnesota State Highway 60. Having a strong agricultural presence from row crops to various kinds of livestock, Worthington has attracted large corporations involved in processing, research, and shipping to locate to the community. Worthington is home to research companies that are actively discovering new technologies in the bio-science field, as well as several manufacturing companies that are involved in building homes, commercial buildings and plastic products. The City of Worthington has 130 acres of land available along Interstate 90 for the addition of any bio-science, commercial, or industrial businesses.

Worthington has an excellent school system along with the Minnesota West Community & Technical College, two clinics and a progressive, growing hospital. And don't forget the wide variety of recreation activities that include Lake Okabena, bike paths, nineteen city parks, soccer fields, hockey arena, tennis courts, and a disc golf course. There is also a restored and recently remodeled art deco War Memorial Auditorium that offers a great variety of shows, plus the many festivals that our city hosts throughout the year.

Courtesy City of Worthington


Population: 
 Worthington (city) 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2000-2010 Change
Actual Percent
Population 9,916 10,243 9,977 11,283 12,764 +1,481 +13.12
Land Area (sq. mile) 2.70 6.75 7.01 7.15 7.34 +0.19 +2.66
Density (persons per sq. mile) 3,672.6 1,517.5 1,423.3 1,578.9 1,739.0 +160.1 +10.14
Housing Units 3,284 4,092 4,141 4,573 4,699 +126 +2.76
Households -- 3,904 3,967 4,311 4,458 +147 +3.41
Persons Per Household -- 2.56 2.42 2.55 2.86 +0.31 +12.16

Geography:

Worthington is a city in and the county seat of Nobles County, Minnesota. Interstate 90,  US Highway 59 and State Highway 60 are the main arterials in the city. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 8.74 square miles (22.64 km²), of which, 7.34 square miles (19.01 km²) of it is land and 1.40 square miles (3.63 km²) of it is water.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Demographics:

As of the census of 2010, there were 12,764 people, 4,458 households, and 2,917 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,739.0 inhabitants per square mile (671.4 /km2). There were 4,699 housing units at an average density of 640.2 per square mile (247.2 /km2). The racial makeup of the city was 62.2% White, 5.5% African American, 0.7% Native American, 8.6% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 20.5% from other races, and 2.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 35.4% of the population.

There were 4,458 households of which 34.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.4% were married couples living together, 10.7% had a female householder with no husband present, 6.3% had a male householder with no wife present, and 34.6% were non-families. 28.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 13.9% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.79 and the average family size was 3.36.

The median age in the city was 33.5 years. 26.8% of residents were under the age of 18; 10.7% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 26.1% were from 25 to 44; 21.3% were from 45 to 64; and 15% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 51.1% male and 48.9% female.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


History:  

Worthington's First Decade: The first European to set eyes on southwestern Minnesota was French explorer Joseph Nicollet. Nicollet mapped the area between the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers in the 1830s. He called the region “Sisseton Country” in honor of the Sisseton band of Dakota Indians then living there. It was a rolling sea of wide open prairie grass that extended as far as the eye could see. One small lake in Sisseton Country was given the name “Lake Okabena” on Nicollet’s map, “Okabena” being a Dakota word meaning “nesting place of the herons.”

In 1871, the St. Paul & Sioux CityRailway Company decided to connect those two cities with a ribbon of steel. The puffing steam engines that then chugged across the prairies consumed enormous quantities of water. As a result, water stations were needed every eight to twelve miles (19 km) along the route. One of these stations was designated as “The Okabena Railway Station.”

In that same year, Professor Ransom Humiston of Cleveland, Ohio, and Dr. A.P. Miller, editor of the Toledo Blade, organized a company to locate a colony of settlers along the tracks of the Sioux City and St. Paul Railway. This colony – the National Colony – was to be a village of temperance with a capital “T”, a place where evangelical Methodists, Presbyterians, Congregationalists and Baptists could live free of the sins of alcohol. A town was plotted, and the name was changed from the Okabena Railway Station to Worthington, Worthington being the maiden name of Dr. Miller’s mother-in-law.[4] On April 29, 1872, regular passenger train service to Worthington was started, and on that very first train were the first of the National Colony settlers. One early arrival described the scene:

We were among the first members of the colony to arrive at the station of an unfinished railroad… There was a good hotel, well and comfortably furnished, one or two stores neatly furnished and already stocked with goods, [and] several other[s] in process of erection… The streets, scarcely to be defined as such, were full of prairie schooners, containing families waiting until masters could suit themselves with “claims,” the women pursuing their housewifely avocations meanwhile – some having cooking stoves in their wagons, others using gypsy fires to do their culinary work; all seeming happy and hopeful.[5]

Settlers poured into the region. It was the age of the Homestead Act when 160 acres (0.65 km2) of government land could be claimed for free. All one had to do was live on the land and “improve” it, a vague phrase if ever there was one. In such an atmosphere, settlers without connection to the National Colony also arrived in great number, and few of those were temperance activists. Scandinavian, German, and Irish immigrants were among those who came. American-born settlers invariably included many hardened – and hard-drinking – Civil War veterans hungry for free land.

A curious event took place on Worthington’s very first Fourth of July celebration. Hearing that there was a keg of beer in the Worthington House Hotel, Professor Humiston entered the hotel, seized the keg, dragged it outside, and destroyed it with an axe. A witness described what happened next:

''Upon seeing this, the young men of the town thought it to be rather an imposition, and collected together, procured the services of the band, and under the direction of a military officer marched to the rear of the hotel, and with a wheelbarrow and shovel took the empty keg that had been broken open, and playing the dead march with flag at half staff marched to the flagpole in front of Humiston’s office where they dug a grave and gave the empty keg a burial with all the honors attending a soldier’s funeral.

They then, with flag at full mast and with lively air, marched back to the ice house, procured a full keg of beer, returning to the grave, resting the keg thereon. Then a general invitation was given to all who desired to partake, which many did until the keg was emptied… In the evening they reassembled, burning Prof. Humiston in effigy about 10 p.m. Thus ended the glorious Fourth at Worthington, Minn. —Sibley Gazette July 5, 1872[6]

In spite of tensions between pro-temperance and anti-temperance factions, the town grew rapidly. By the end of summer in 1872, eighty-five building had been constructed where just one year before there had been nothing but a field of prairie grass.

The ensuing winter was a severe one, and swarms of grasshoppers stripped farmers’ fields bare in the summer of 1873. Still, settlers came. 1874 produced a bumper harvest, followed by another grasshopper invasion in 1875. 1876 and 1877 were both good farming years. Grasshoppers returned for the last time in 1879, and a bright future began for southwestern Minnesota. According to the 1880 census, Nobles County boasted 4435 residents, 636 of them living in Worthington. For German, Irish and Scandinavian immigrants seeking a new life, southwestern Minnesota was a new world.

Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

Main Street looking north, Worthington Minnesota, 1916
Main Street looking north, Worthington Minnesota, 1916
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Government:
Worthington City Hall
303 9th Street
PO Box 279
Worthington, MN
Phone: (507) 372-8600
Web: www.ci.worthington.mn.us

The Worthington City Council meets on the second and fourth Mondays of every month at 7:00 P.M. in City Hall Council Chambers

Worthington City Hall, Worthington Minnesota
Title Term Ends Name and Address Phone
Mayor 12/2014 Alan Oberloh
1630 S Shore Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a
Clerk n/a Janice Oberloh
PO Box 279
Worthington, MN 56187
(507) 372-8600
Treasurer n/a Brian Kolander
PO Box 279
Worthington, MN 56187
(507) 372-8600
Council Member 12/2012 Lyle TenHaken
1434 S Shore Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a
Council Member 12/2014 Michael Kuhle
414 Sundown Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a
Council Member 12/2012 Scott Nelson
727 Lake Court
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a
Council Member 12/2014 Ronald Wood
714 3rd Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a
Council Member 12/2012 Mike Woll
1325 4th Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
n/a

Post Office:
US Post Office
850 10th Street
Worthington, MN 56187-2760
Phone: (507) 376-4870
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Web: www.usps.com
 

US Post Office

US Post Office, Worthington Minnesota
Regular Business Hours:
Week Days      
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday           9:00 am - 11:00 am  
Latest Collection at Post Office:
Week Days            5:30 pm
Saturday                5:30 pm


Utilities:
Utility Type Utility Name Utility Phone
Electricity Worthington Public Utilities (507) 372-8680
Natural Gas Minnesota Energy Resources Corp   (800) 889-9508
Wastewater Worthington Public Utilities (507) 372-8680
Water Worthington Public Utilities (507) 372-8680
Telephone Frontier Communications (800) 435-1504
Cable TV Mediacom (507) 372-7747

Major Employers:
Employer Products/Services Employees
Swift & Company Animal Slaughtering & Processing 1,500
Worthington Regional Hospital General Medical & Surgical Hospitals 261
Highland Manufacturing Other Wood Product Manufacturing 170
Bedford Industries Inc Plastics Product Manufacturing 153
Intervet, Inc. Pharmaceutical & Medicine Manufacturing 140
Worthington Specialty Clinics Offices of Physicians 102
Daily Globe Newspaper, Periodical, Book, & Directory Publishers 85
Fullerton Building Systems Inc Nonresidential Building Construction 40
New Vision Co-op Warehousing & Storage 38
Schaap Sanitation Waste Collection 25
Worthington Tractor Parts Industrial Machinery Manufacturing 25

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Minnesota State Highway Map of the Worthington Minnesota area
Minnesota State Highway Map of the Worthington Minnesota area


Events:
Old Fashioned 4th of July, Pioneer Village

July 4th

See history come to life at Pioneer Village’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration. Pioneer Village is a historical attraction located next to the Nobles County Fairgrounds. Visitors can enjoy barbecues, hot dogs and lemonade in the village’s fire hall; sip sarsaparilla in the Red Garter Saloon; and watch demonstrations of frontier life at various venues. Each year a melodrama is performed by local actors and actresses. Take a step back in time and spend the Fourth of July in Worthington.

 
International Festival

Second weekend in July

Celebrate the many cultures in Worthington at the International Festival. This colorful festival is every July at the Nobles County Government Center lawn in downtown Worthington.  A talent contest, music and food from around the world, children’s activities and much more make this an event you do not want to miss.

International Festival, Worthington Minnesota
Nobles County Fair

August 11th- 14th,2011

There is sure to be family fun for everyone at the Nobles County Fair held each August at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. A full carnival runs Thursday through Sunday and grandstand events Friday through Sunday. All 4-H and open class entries from livestock, to photography to flowers are on display throughout the fair. Visit Machinery Row on Stower Drive. And of course there is plenty of tasty fair food available. There is no admission charge to get on the grounds!

Nobles County Fair, Worthington Minnesota
King Turkey Day

September 17th, 2011

Don’t miss Worthington’s King Turkey Day celebration. For more than 70 years, this event has attracted thousands of people to Worthington. Start your day at the free pancake breakfast. During the Great Gobbler Gallop live turkeys are raced down the street in a friendly rivalry with Cuero, Texas. A delegation from Cuero brings a turkey to challenge Worthington’s famous turkey, Paycheck. Right after the gallop, one of the area’s largest parades kicks off. Hundreds of people gather along Worthington’s Tenth Street to catch the action. A featured speaker, 10K race and carnival are all a part of King Turkey Day festivities.

King Turkey Day, Worthington Minnesota

For more Worthington area events, see the
Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar


Attractions:
Nobles County Art Center
407 12th St, War Memorial Bldg
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-8245

12 annual shows are scheduled throughout the year, and the Art Center has a permanent collection on display. The Art Center is sponsor of Art in the Courtyard, an annual showcase for local and regional artisans, held the first Saturday in August. Art Center hours are 2-4:30 p.m. weekdays.

 
Pioneer Village
1600 Stower Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-3125

Pioneer Village is typical of many small communities in the Midwest at the beginning of the 20th Century. Consider each building as it might have affected your ancestors. It was their hard work, influence and vision of their future and yours that created the world we live in today. Pioneer Village is a symbol of their contribution to our history with a special emphasis to Southwest Minnesota and particularly Nobles County, and is dedicated to their memory.

 
Spomer Classics
322 Oxford Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2919
Toll Free:  (800) 279-2919

Display of over 300 advertising items of automobiles, implements, oil, gas, etc. See the lost art of porcelain and neon signs and clocks. All are restored and in working order. Also on display are peddle cars and 20-30 classic cars.

 
War Memorial Auditorium - Performing Arts Center

Constructed in 1931 in the classic Art Deco style, the renovated and newly restored building is one of the largest auditorium facilities in a wide region of southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Memorial Auditorium is a 735-seat performance center owned and operated by the City of Worthington. The large proscenium stage features state-of-the-art lighting and sound.

 

Recreation:
Prairie View Golf Links
30784 County Road 25
Worthington, MN 56187-0279
Phone: (507) 372-8670
Web: www.prairieviewgolflinks.com

Prairie View Golf Links affords many beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Water hazards come into play on five holes. There are no trees on the golf course, but there is a thick cut of rough defining the fairways. An accurate approach shot is needed on hole #15, a 518-yard, par 5, which plays from a slight dogleg right fairway to a green that is surrounded on three sides by water.

Prairie View Golf Links, Worthington Minnesota


Lakes:
Lake Name Size
(acres)
Lake info Lake Map Rec Map Topo Map
Ocheda 1691 n/a
Okabena 776

Health Care:
Avera Worthington Specialty Clinics
508 10th Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2921
Web: www1.avera.org
Avera Worthington Specialty Clinics
Sanford Worthington Medical Center
1018 Sixth Avenue
PO Box 997
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2941
Web: www.sanfordregionalworthington.org
Sanford Worthington Medical Center, Worthington Minnesota

Schools:
Independent School District 518
1117 Marine Avenue
Worthington MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2172
Fax: (507) 372-2174
Web: www.isd518.net

Grades:  PK-12
Students:  2317

 
Worthington High School
1211 Clary Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6121
Fax: (507) 372-4304

Grades:  9-12
Students:  672

Worthington High School, Worthington Minnesota
Worthington Middle School
1401 Crailsheim Road
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-4174
Fax: (507) 372-1424

Grades:  6-8
Students:  501

Worthington Middle School, Worthington Minnesota
Prairie Elementary School
1700 1st Avenue SW
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 727-1250
Fax: (507) 727-1255

Grades:  PK-5
Students:  1042

Prairie Elementary School, Worthington Minnesota
St. Mary's School
1206 8th Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5236

Grades:  K-6
Students: 

St. Mary's School, Worthington Minnesota

Churches:
Abundant Life Tabernacle
1012 Dover Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6228
Web: www.worthingtonupci.org

Pastor:  Todd Bauman
Sunday Worship:  11:00 am

 
American Lutheran Church
915 Winifred Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: 507-376-5264

Pastor:  Mike Zaske
Sunday Worship:  8:00 am and 10:00 am

American Lutheran Church, Worthington Minnesota
American Reformed Church
1720 N Burlington
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6517
Web: www.arcworthington.org

Pastor:  Rev. Irwin VanLeeuwen
Sunday Worship:  9:30 am and 7:00 pm

American Reformed Church, Worthington Minnesota
Bethel Presbyterian Church
19816 Moser Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 926-5908

Pastor:  Leslie Winters
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am

 
Calvary Baptist Church
1401 Fourth Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-4456

Pastor:  Jeremy Jacob
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am and 6:00 pm

 
Church of God
1509 Clary Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-3921

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am

 
Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints
13th Street and Fifth Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5798

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Worship:  n/a

 
Comunidad Christiana de Worthington
350 W Oxford Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-7976

Pastor:  Hector & Raquel Andrade
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am  (Spanish)

 
Emmanuel United Methodist Church
1400 Fourth Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5212

Pastor:  Gordon Orde and Lowell Reinking
Sunday Worship:  9:00 am

 
First Baptist Church
1000 Linda Lane
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-9735
Web: www.fbcworthington.org

Pastor:  Jonah Beckermann
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am  (Memorial Day - Labor Day: 9:30 am)

 
First Covenant Church
1645 South Shore Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5109
Web: www.firstcovenantworthington.org

Pastor:  John & Kris Stewart
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am

First Covenant Church, Worthington Minnesota
First Evangelical Lutheran Church - ELCA
1200 Fourth Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6148
Web: www.felcwgtn.org

Pastor:  Richard Ricker
Sunday Worship:  8:00 am and 10:00 am

First Lutheran Church, Worthington Minnesota
First United Methodist Church
408 11th Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2939
Web: www.gbgm-umc.org/fumcworthington/

Pastor:  Gordon J. Orde
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am

 
Grace Community Church
2011 Nobles Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 343-7920
Web: www.graceonline.net

Pastor:  Don Nydam
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am

Grace Community Church, Worthington Minnesota
Indian Lake Baptist Church
31141 Roberts Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5401

Pastor:  Doug Roth
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am

 
Jehovah's Witnesses
622 Clary Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2605

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Worship:  9:30 am

 
New Hope Church
225 Ninth Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-9567

Pastor:  Gene Evasku
Saturday Worship:  5:30 pm

 
St. Mary's Catholic Church
1215 Seventh Avenue
Worthington 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6001

Pastor:  Father James Callahan and Father Jose Morales
Saturday Mass: 5:30 pm   Spanish: 7:00 pm
Sunday Mass:  9:00 am   Spanish:  11:00 am

 
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church - LCMS
1505 Dover Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6168
Web: www.stmatthewworthington.com

Pastor:  Tom Braun
Saturday Worship:  6:00 pm
Sunday Worship:  8:00 am and 10:30 am

Solid Rock Assembly
1730 Diagonal Road
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-5770
Web: www.worthingtonagmn.org

Pastor:  Scott Peterson
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am and 7:00 pm

Solid Rock Assembly, Worthington Minnesota
Westminster Presbyterian Church
230 Clary Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-3138
Web: www.wpcwgtn.org

Pastor:  James Krapf
Sunday Worship:  10:00 am

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Worthington Minnesota
Worthington Baptist Church
1508 N Douglas
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-3292

Pastor:  Rev. James A. Sickmeyer
Sunday Worship:  11:00 am and 6:00 pm

 
Worthington Christian Church
1501 N Douglas Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-3418
Web: www.worthingtonchristianchurch.com

Pastor:  n/a
Sunday Worship:  10:30 am

 

Media:
KNSW 91.7 News
1450 College Way
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2904
Web: minnesota.publicradio.org
Minnesota Public Radio
KRSW 89.3 Classical
1450 College Way
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-2904
Web: minnesota.publicradio.org
Minnesota Public Radio
KWOA 95.1 FM - The Eagle
28779 County Highway 35
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6165
Fax: (507) 376-5071
Web: www.951theeagle.com
KWOA 95.1 FM - The Eagle - Worthington Minnesota
KWOA 730 AM - Newsradio 730
28779 County Highway 35
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6165
Fax: (507) 376-5071
Web: www.kwoa.com
KWOA 730AM Worthington Minnesota
Worthington Daily Globe
300 11th Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-9711
Fax: (507) 376-5202
Web: www.dglobe.com

Daily newspaper published Monday through Saturday with a circulation of 9,451

Worthington Daily Globe, Worthington Minnesota
 
Motels:
AmericInn
1475 Darling Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507)
376-4500
Fax: (507) 372-4033
Toll Free: (800) 634-3444
Web: www.americinn.com

Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, the AmercInn Lodge & Suites of Worthington hotel is the best overall lodging value in the area. You'll be sure to enjoy a quiet night's sleep with our AmericInn SoundGuard™ construction of thick masonry walls that separate each room. We provide a wonderful complimentary AmericInn Perk breakfast every morning from 6:00am to 10:00am featuring AmericInn waffles along with eggs and a host of other choices. After a filling breakfast guests of all ages love our heated indoor pool and whirlpool.

AmericInn, Worthington Minnesota
Budget Inn
1231 Oxford Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 376-6136
Fax: (507) 372-7316

Our motel has small kitchens with microwaves and refrigerators.

 
Days Inn
207 Oxford Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507)
376-6155
Fax: (507) 376-3374
Web: www.daysinn.com

FREE WiFi High Speed Internet * FREE Daybreak Breakfast
Indoor Heated Pool * In - Room Coffee Makers and Hairdryer,Iron/full size Ironing Boards * Expanded Cable TV including HBO, CNN, ESPN1, ESPN2, FOX News, Cartoon Network, Disney, Weather Channel, local channels and much more...
Free Day Break Breakfast * 27" Color TV's

Days Inn, Worthington Minnesota
Holiday Inn Express
1250 Ryan's Road
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507)
372-2333
Fax: (507) 372-2006
Web: www.ichotelsgroup.com

Conveniently located off I-90 in the city's shopping and dining district, our Worthington, MN hotel puts you in the middle of all this exciting town has to offer. If you're looking for hotels in Worthington, MN with choice amenities, consider staying here and enjoy perks that include an indoor pool, a complimentary, hot breakfast bar, a large conference room and a fitness center with a 42-inch TV.

Holiday Inn Express, Worthington Minnesota
Sunset Inn
Highway 60/59 & Oxford
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507)
376-9494
Fax: (507) 376-9492

36 rooms with high speed Internet. Laundry facilities onsite.

 
Super 8
850 Lucy Drive
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507) 372-7755

Toll Free: (866) 372-7755
Fax: (507) 376-9491
Web: www.super8.com

Looking for easy on off access from Interstate 90? Look no further. We are conveniently located off exit 42 of I-90. Location is not our only amenity. We offer complimentary high speed internet access, SuperStart breakfast including hot waffles, muffins and cereal, upgraded amenities in certain rooms and a clean, friendly, quiet environment.

Super 8, Worthington Minnesota
Travelodge Hotel
2015 N Humiston Avenue
Worthington, MN 56187
Phone: (507)
372-2991
Fax: (507) 372-5301
Toll Free: (888) 515-6375
Web: www.travelodge.com

We are the largest FULL SERVICE Hotel/Motel in Worthington, MN with 105 rooms. New indoor pool. Onsite bar and grill. Free continental breakfast. Gym and fitness center.

Travelodge, Worthington Minnesota
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Campgrounds:
Olson Park and Campground

Off street parking in designated sections. Electrical outlets in shelter house and at 63 camping spurs. Water at shelter house, dump station, and one central hydrant. Five camping sites are designated for tenting. The dredge site area, of Sunset Park, is actually part of the Olson Park property. Playground equipment new in 2001. Wild Flower Native Prairie area located on southerly property entrance. Dog Park located at southerly property entrance.

Olson Park and Campground, Worthington Minnesota

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