Lac qui Parle County is located in the west-central part of Minnesota, and its county seat is Madison. The county has a population of around 6,500 people and covers an area of 778 square miles. The county’s economy is primarily agriculture production. The county also has several lakes and rivers, including the Lac qui Parle and Minnesota Rivers. There are several small towns in the county each with their own unique charm and history. The county also has a number of parks, including Lac qui Parle State Park, which features a playground, picnic area, and fishing pier Check out the the Lac qui Parle County Historical Society, which has a museum dedicated to the county’s history. There is a lot of great history in this area. The Lac qui Parle County Fairgrounds hosts many events throughout the year. The county also has a number of recreational and athletic options for residents and visitors including, golf courses, fishing, and hunting.
Top Lakes in Lac qui Parle County
Major Rivers in Lac qui Parle County
Communities in Lac qui Parle County