ⓘ Wykoff, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Wykoff, Minnesota

Wykoff was platted in 1871. It was named for Cyrus G. Wykoff, a railroad surveyor and early landowner. A post office has been in operation at Wykoff since 1871. The town was incorporated on March 8, 1876.

A large part of the city, on the historic street of gold street, is designated as part of the Wykoff commercial historic district on the National register of historic places.

                                     
  • Fountain. State Highway 80 serves as an east west route in southeast Minnesota between Wykoff and Fountain. The route is located near the cities of Spring Valley
  • unincorporated community in Fillmore County, Minnesota United States. The community is located 9 miles south of Wykoff at the junction of Fillmore County 5
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  • of Forestville Township in Fillmore County, Minnesota United States. The nearest communities are Wykoff to the northwest, and Preston, to the northeast
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