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Private room in Red Wing
Between the Bluffs - spacious, comfortable queen
Remarkable historic home in pretty Red Wing. Spacious, private, queen bedroom blocks from the preserved downtown. You are invited to enjoy a private outdoor sitting area. Your comfortable room is located in a secluded section of the home, and common areas are shared. Perhaps you will be lucky enough to have one of my two kitties also meet you at the door. Conveniently located, you might walk downtown or access excellent climbing bluffs. If you prefer a ride, there is Lyft or a cab in town.
$52 per night
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Modern Comforts in Historic Renovated Gem
Step into this cozy 1-bed apartment in a historic Red Wing building from 1890. Fully renovated, it offers modern comforts with timeless allure, it preserves the classic charm of yesteryear. Just 1 mile from downtown, enjoy convenient access to scenic trails for hiking and mountain biking, the majestic Mississippi River, enchanting Welch Village, as well as numerous parks and local attractions. Enjoy beautiful views during morning and evening walks one of the oldest neighborhoods of Red Wing.
$104 per night
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Pet-friendly downtown apt
Cozy first-floor, 1BR apartment in a triplex blocks from downtown, the riverfront, Memorial Park & Barn Bluff Trailhead. Lots of large windows allow for natural light in all rooms. Unit has comfortable queen-size bed in bedroom & futon in living room for additional sleeping (but the bathroom is only accessible thru the bedroom). Unit has kitchen with all appliances, basic cooking supplies & plates, bowls, silverware & glasses. **Listing price includes a 3% City of Red Wing lodging tax.
$127 per night

Stay near Red Wing's top sights

Photo of Treasure Island Resort & Casino
Treasure Island Resort & Casino16 locals recommend
Photo of Kelly's Tap House Bar and Grill
Kelly's Tap House Bar and Grill15 locals recommend
Photo of The Smokin' Oak Rotisserie & Grill
The Smokin' Oak Rotisserie & Grill9 locals recommend
Photo of Liberty's Restaurant & Lounge
Liberty's Restaurant & Lounge9 locals recommend
Photo of Hanisch Bakery and Coffee Shop
Hanisch Bakery and Coffee Shop15 locals recommend
Photo of Randys Restaurant
Randys Restaurant4 locals recommend

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Secluded sanctuary in La Vie Est Belle of Red Wing
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Home in Red Wing
Steps from Downtown! Stylish 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath
$187 per night
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Cheerful 2 bedroom cottage
$128 per night
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La Vie Est Belle of Red Wing
$105 per night
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Back Channel Bungalow
$131 per night
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Welcoming 2BD/1BA home walking distance from town
$155 per night
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Prime Location/ Steps to downtown
$136 per night
Home in Red Wing
Charming 3 BR Cottage Home in Historic Red Wing.
$183 per night
Cottage in Pepin
Lost Creek Retreat
$171 per night
Private room in Red Wing
Quiet and charming two-bedroom
$99 per night

Your guide to Red Wing

All About Red Wing

Located on the upper Mississippi River, Red Wing, Minnesota, is known for its Victorian architecture and red-brick storefronts, securing its place on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of distinctive destinations. Red Wing is a factory town that produces shoes and boots, pottery, and automobile motors. Downtown you’ll find antique shops, clothing boutiques, an arts center, a theater, and several music venues.

The Red Wing Bridge connects the town to Wisconsin, and Minneapolis is just over an hour away if you’re looking to combine the small community feel in Red Wing with the convenience of a large metropolitan area. Named for a 19th-century Dakota Sioux chief, Red Wing is also home to 35 parks, which means you’re never too far from somewhere to stretch your legs. Colorful flower baskets line the streets and hiking trails lead through the bluffs of the Upper Mississippi River.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Red Wing?

The best time to book a Red Wing vacation rental is between May and September, when the region experiences its warmest weather. The hottest months are July and August, when days are bright and sunny and visitor numbers are at their peak. In fall, temperatures drop a bit, making this the perfect time to get out on the hiking trails to admire the changing leaves.

The Red Wing Arts Fall Festival takes place over a weekend in mid-October, when more than 100 artists showcase their work alongside food vendors and all-day concerts. If you’re visiting from December through February, be prepared for temperatures to dip below freezing and stay there. This is the snowy season, when it’s essential to have warm layers and a good pair of boots. Temperatures begin to rise in spring, when blooming flowers line the city streets.

What are the top things to do in Red Wing?

Frontenac State Park

Spanning 2,300 acres, Frontenac State Park is located on the Mississippi River and is home to rock bluffs, prairies, hardwood forests, and floodplain forests. It’s popular with birders as more than 260 avian species call the park home, from warblers and hawks to waterfowl. You’ll also find 13 miles of hiking trails with paths catering to all skill levels. Along the way, you may spot deer, red foxes, beavers, and wild turkeys.

Pottery Museum of Red Wing

Dedicated to preserving Red Wing’s decades-long pottery industry, this museum houses more than 6,000 pieces of vintage, artisan-crafted clay dinnerware, stoneware, folk art, and art pottery, one of the biggest collections of its kind in the world. You can learn about the history of the industry in Red Wing through collections of photographs and memorabilia, some of which date from the late 19th century, and you may even get to have a go on a potter’s wheel.

Cannon Valley Trail

Around 30 minutes southwest of town, the Cannon Valley Trail runs along a former railroad line. This is a scenic spot to hop on a bike or lace up your hiking boots and take in nearly 20 miles of wetlands, forests, and cliffs. The paved trail is accessible for wheelchairs, strollers, and even skateboards.

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