Spirit Mountain Adventure Park

Spirit Mountain Adventure Park

Hop on the “Timber Twister” Alpine Coaster or the “Timber Flyer” Zip Line for year-round fun unlike anything in the Midwest. In the warmer months, you can play 9 holes of Mini Golf, take a scenic chairlift ride, or try our lift-access award-winning downhill mountain bike trails. And in the brisker months, you can zip down the snow-covered slopes at the 4-lane Snow Tubing Park.

Proctor Historical Society

Peer into Proctor’s Past!

The Proctor Area Historical Society was founded in 1994 to collect, preserve and disseminate knowledge about the history of the Proctor area. As a part of this mission, volunteers of the Proctor Area Historical Society manage and maintain a historical museum located in Proctor, Minnesota, throughout the year.

Contact Information:  218-206-7880

Incredible Mountain Biking

Spirit Mountain Bike Park

Family friendly, great for beginners, yet challenging for experienced players as well! Founded in 1927, the Proctor Golf Course is a scenic par 33 9-hole course.  We are a public course offering riding carts, rental clubs, clothing, pizza, hot dogs and an assortment of pop and beer.  We’ll see you on the course!

Visit Jay Cooke State Park

Minutes away from Proctor!

Visit Jay Cooke State Park with its iconic suspension bridge, rock outcroppings and historic buildings.

Park trails connect to the Willard Munger State Trail.  Visit the historic cemetery and the gorge at Thomson Dam.

Climb Ely’s Peak

Amazing Views!

Ely’s Peak is a perfect combination of being relatively short, a little bit challenging, and has epic views of the river valley just minutes away from Proctor. The trail is also a spur or loop trail for the 300+ mile Superior Hiking Trail. So, it’s a great way to get a taste of the Superior Hiking Trail as a day hike.

Superior Hiking Trail

Minnesota’s Premier Hiking Trail

The Superior Hiking Trail (SHT) stretches 310 miles from Proctor at the Wisconsin/Minnesota border up the Lake Superior coastline nearly to the Canadian border. Trailhead parking lots are situated every 5-10 miles apart, making the SHT ideal for day hikes, backpacking, thru-hiking and trail running.