The Convention and Visitors Bureau Information Center is located at 308 Oak St. So. Mon-Fri. 8:30-4:30 for brochures, information and maps.
Main Street Charm welcomes you to Sauk Centre, MN, the boyhood home of Nobel Prize winning author Sinclair Lewis. Tour his boyhood home and see how this area inspired Lewis to write the novel “Main Street” in 1920. The term Original Main Street was created when the main street in Sauk Centre was recognized on the National Register of Historical Sights. Visit the Carnegie Library, a renaissance revival style on the National Register of Historic Places which also houses the Sauk Centre History Museum and Research Center.
So, after visiting Sinclair Lewis’ Boyhood Home and Museum to learn about the Sauk Centre that Lewis knew, stroll down today’s Main Street with its unique shops, restaurants and lodgings.
Major hotel brands and two beautiful golf courses Grey Stone Country Club and Lynx National Golf Club offer challenging courses along the Sauk River. Big Sauk Lake offers fishing, swimming and canoeing along the Sauk River State Canoe Waterway. Bike, hike and snowmobile along the 126 mile Lake Wobegon Trail. Historic, Ghost and Garden tours provide entertainment plus enjoy nearby activities such as wineries, antiques, zoos and the Glacial Ridge Trail Scenic Byway.
Take a walk along the “Original” Main Street and enjoy hometown hospitality in Sauk Centre Minnesota.