ⓘ Wrenshall, Minnesota


ⓘ Wrenshall, Minnesota

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.50 square miles 3.88 km 2, all of it land.

Wrenshall is located nine miles South-East of the city of Cloquet, and 25 miles South-West of the city of Duluth.

Carlton County roads 1, 4, and 18 are three of the main routes in Wrenshall.

The condition of roads 45 and 210 in the neighboring Carlton four miles North of Wrenshall. State road 23 at silver brook township is 2.5 miles East of Wrenshall.

To open near interstate 35 in Wrenshall at two different locations. The condition of the roads is 45 or 210 exits to County road 1 at Carlton is one alternative, or the County road 4 exit at nearby Mahtowa another alternative.

  • Wrenshall Township is a township in Carlton County, Minnesota United States. The population was 326 at the 2000 census. Wrenshall Township was named for
  • unincorporated community in Wrenshall Township, Carlton County, Minnesota United States. The community is located between Wrenshall and Holyoke at the junction
  • water. Holyoke is located 13 miles south of Wrenshall Holyoke Minnesota State Highway 23 Mud Lake Wrenshall Township north Nickerson Township, Pine County
  • Carlton County, Minnesota United States located near Wrenshall and Chub Lake. The community is located 3 miles southwest of Wrenshall at the intersection
  • the main routes in the community. Holyoke is located 13 miles south of Wrenshall The Nemadji State Forest is nearby. The communities of Nickerson, MN
  • city of Wrenshall is located entirely within Silver Brook Township geographically but is a separate entity. Minnesota State Highway 23 Wrenshall Township
  • county seat Cloquet Cromwell Kettle River Moose Lake Scanlon Thomson Wrenshall Wright Big Lake Esko Mahtowa Atkinson Automba Duesler Harney Holyoke Iverson
  • Spring Lake Twin Lakes Township north Silver Brook Township northeast Wrenshall Township east Holyoke Township southeast Barnum Township west Mahtowa
  • Wolf Lake Wolverton Wood Lake Woodbury Woodland Woodstock Worthington Wrenshall Wright Wykoff Wyoming Zemple Zimmerman Zumbro Falls Zumbrota GCT - PH1
  • of the trail connects Carlton and Wrenshall running just south of Jay Cooke State Park, and terminates at Minnesota State Highway 23. From there, bicyclists
  • Lincoln High School, Esko Moose Lake High School, Moose Lake Wrenshall High School, Wrenshall Central High School, Norwood Chanhassen High School, Chanhassen
  • city of Cloquet north The city of Carlton east - northeast The city of Wrenshall east Twin Lakes Township was named for its two small lakes in section