Arts & Recreation
Chisholm Valley Wildlife Art
22388 Daley Creek Drive, Rushford, MN 55971
This local art gallery is owned and operated by artist Michael Sieve. Come see this amazing display of wildlife art. Call ahead. Gallery does not have set hours.
Friends of the Houston Nature Center
Friends of the HNC, PO Box 731, Houston, MN 55943
Our mission is to promote and provide educational naturalist opportunities at the Houston Nature Center and Natural Playground and to assist in maintenance and care of areas of native prairie, woodland, and wetland gardens.
Houston Area Museum
109 West Maple Street, Houston, MN, USA
To collect, preserve & share the history & culture of Houston, Minnesota & surrounding areas.
Houston Area Preservation Initiative
301 East Maple Street, Houston, MN, USA
Houston Arts Resource Council - HARC
HARC is a nonprofit that promotes the work and vision of local artists and artisans. Supporting a variety of arts from visual to performing, storytelling and sculpture, this organization is to thank for the Parade of Owls and the annual Houston Arts Festival.
Houston County EDA
516 South Decorah Street, Caledonia, MN, USA
Houston County Historical Society
104 S History Ln, Caledonia, MN 55921, USA
The Houston County Historical Society is a nonprofit educational and cultural institution run by an all-volunteer staff. Volunteers help to collect, preserve, and tell the story of the county's past through museum exhibits, photographs, research materials, educational programs, and tours.
Houston Lions Club
This organization is always giving back to the community. The Lions host pancake breakfasts, organize the annual Root River Triathlon, are responsible for the band shell in Trailhead Park and much more.
Houston Money Creek Snowriders
The Snowriders is a local club dedicated to maintaining our local snowmobile trail system.
Houston Nature Center
215 W Plum St, Houston, MN 55943, USA
Situated in Trailhead Park, the eastern terminus of the Root River Bike Trail System, the Center is the perfect place to start or end your bike trail adventure. It offers sites for primitive camping in the Park, is home to visitor info, hands-on nature displays, a natural playground, and clean showers and restrooms. It also offers educational programming for all ages.
International Owl Center
126 E Cedar St, Houston, MN 55943, USA
The leader in owl-based education and programming, the Center features live owls and pogromming, displays, and a gift shop stocked with owl-themed merchandise. It's also responsible for the internationally-known Festival of Owls.
Root River Trail Towns
PO Box 141, Harmony, MN
This nonprofit consists of representatives from all nine towns along the Root River Trail. Together they work to promote the Root River Bike Trail System as a regional destination and to link people to an outdoor experience. These 60 miles of paved trails are the spot for biking, jogging, walking, and even cross-country skiing. It can be used by all skill level and offers a variety of views and stops along the way.
Sheldon Valley Sportsman's Association
Po Box 592, Houston MN 55943
This nonprofit promotes the area's traditions of hunting, fishing, shooting sports, and archery. Youth activities include an annual fishing derby, firearms safety training, and coaching the Houston High School trap team. Its private range is located in the beautiful bluffs near Sheldon and provides a safe, friendly environment to enjoy shooting sports.
Sweet 16 Farm
21215 State 16, Houston MN 55943
Sweet 16 Farm's 2-acre cut flower farm supplied the Houston community and local grocery stores with seasonal flower bouquets and farm-fresh produce. Sweet 16 hosts three annual farm events: a Mother's Day Weekend Starter Plant Sale, the Eat Local Co-op Farm Tour in July, and Hop Harvest Fest in August.
113 West Cedar Street, Houston, MN, USA
Timeless Creations specializes in upcycled and refurbished quality furniture and home decor. Many items are handcrafted by the owners as well as other small businesses. Timeless Creations creates their own small batch, hand-poured candles and diffusers, has great gift items, as well as is a one-stop-shop for all DIY painting projects for your home.
Wet Bark/Oak Ridge Trail
Wet Bark Recreation Area offers 11 miles of trails for horseback riding and hiking, six miles of designated mountain biking trails in summer, 11 miles of ski touring trails, and six miles of snowmobile trails in winter.