Sitemap to all pages covering the state of Minnesota. Photo contributions by Alex Nitzman, Andy Field, Brent Ivy and Chris Kalina.

Highway Guides

Interstate Guides

U.S. Highways

State Trunk Highways

Other Roads

Primary county roads throughout Minnesota are referred to as County State-Aid Highways, based on funding methods. Any mention or reference to County State-Aid Highways on Minnesota highway guides will be abbreviated CSAH.





Population Statistics





State Population
5,303,925
Top County Populations
Hennepin 1,152,425 Ramsey 508,640 Dakota 398,552
Anoka 330,844 Washington 238,136 St. Louis 200,226
Top City Populations
Minneapolis 382,578 St. Paul 285,068 Rochester 106,769
Duluth 86,265 Bloomington 82,893 Brooklyn Park 75,781
Plymouth 70,576 St. Cloud 65,842 Eagan 64,206
Source: 2010 U.S. Census Data

About Minnesota

  • Capital: St. Paul
  • Nickname: The North Star State, Land of 10,000 Lakes, and Gopher State
  • Area: 79,626.74 square miles (land), 14th largest
  • Statehood: 32nd state; admitted May 11, 1858
  • State Tree: Red Pine
  • Highest Point: Eagle Mountain (Superior National Forest), 2,301 Feet above Sea Level
  • Total Interstate Mileage: 952.88 miles

Major League Sports Franchises

  • Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
  • Minnesota Twins (MLB)
  • Minnesota Timberwovles (NBA)
  • Minnesota Lynx (WNBA)
  • Minnesota Wild (NHL)

Updated August 1, 2020.