Visitor Information


Wheaton is a popular destination for hunters, fishers, and nature-lovers.  The following accommodations are available:

  • Lodging

The Wheaton Inn offers a variety of rooms, including a jacuzzi suite.  Reservation and contact information can be found at

Camping is available at the Traverse County Fairgrounds (in Wheaton), and at the Traverse County Park (on Lake Traverse).  Both of these facilities are owned and maintained by Traverse County and more information is available there.

Redpath Retreat – Enjoy the peace, quiet and beauty of nature in this lovely private cabin. For more information visit, e-mail or call 320-287-0009.

The Fishin’ Hole Lodge offers lodging for groups from 2-6. Reservations can be for private parties or for a group of fisherman as well. For more information or to make a reservation call 320-563-1400.

  • Meals

Homemade meals are the standard, with fast food as another possibility.  If you can make it for an early breakfast, a “coffee table” conversation with local residents is a great way to get to know the community!

                           Gathering Grounds, 919 Broadway

320/563-4161:  Home Bakery, 916 Broadway

320/563-4646:  Country Corner Cafe, 1113 Broadway

320/563-8808:  American Legion, 303 5th St N (Hwy 75)

320/563-0123:  Subway of Wheaton, 105 5th St N (Hwy 75)

320/563-4718: Wheaton Community Diner, 1007 Broadway 

320/563-8939: Casey's General Store, 13 5th St S

  • Bait & Licenses

320/563-4255: Sag's Hardware, 404 5th St N (Hwy 75)

320/563-1400: Route 75 Liquor and Bait, 106 5th St N (Hwy 75)

320/563-8699: Blazer Express, 101 5th St S

  • Ammunition & Supplies

320/563-4255:  Sag’s Hardware, 404 5th St N (Hwy 75)

320/563-4151:  Wheaton Drug & Gifts, 1105 Broadway

320/563-4841:  Willy’s, 905 Broadway

City of Wheaton - 

Published on Apr 10, 2012

  • Information about Wheaton, Minnesota.

  • Published on Jan 18, 2015
  • Daniel Plautz 

I do not own the copyrights to the music and I am not seeking financial gain from it. It is merely a tribute video to my hometown of Wheaton, MN.