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Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop

The Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop is a long and scenic ride through the heart of Central Minnesota. The roads aren't as epic as the scenery but you'll enjoy this long day in the saddle.

Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop

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112 W Washington Avenue
Fergus Falls, MN 56538
United States
Contact: Fergus Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau
Phone: 800-726-8959
Ride Distance: 165 miles
Directions: From Fergus Falls: Take Highway 210 East out of town and head South (Right) on County Highway 33 until the intersection of County Road (Jotan Lake Rd) and go Right to Dalton. Take East Main Street (County Highway 12) to the East then go South (Right) on 120th Street (Co Hwy 47). Follow it to County Highway 126, go East (Left) follow it to Highway 78, go South (Right) to County Highway 38 and go Left (East) to Urbank. Hop on County Highway 59 (N. Central Ave) and head North to May Ave (Co Hwy 40) and go West (Left) to Vining. Follow Highway 210 West Highway 78, go North (Right) to Battle Lake. Continue on Highway 78 North to Perham. Locate Co Hwy 34 go West (Left) to Co Hwy 35 (East Looney Ln) and go South (Left) towards Dent. Go RWest (Right) on Highway 108 to Pelican Rapids. Go South on Route 59 to County Highway 3 and go East (Left) to Co Hwy 24, go east (Left) to County Hwy 41, go South (Right) to Co Hwy 35 and continue South to Co Hwy 115 go East (Left) follow it to Co Hwy 74 go east (Left) then go South on Co Hwy 45 to Phelps. Follow 318th Ave Southwest to County Highway 1, go West (Right) back to Fergus Falls.
Description: The Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop is a historic look at Central Minnesota from the seat of your motorcycle. They don't call this the land of a 10,000 lakes for nothing baby! There are quite a few alternative routes that can be taken during the ride which will allow you to customize your trip according to which lakes or activities you might want to check out along the way. Maplewood State Park and Glendalough State Park Pine to Prairie Birding Trail.

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