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If you're browsing or looking for that special something, you'll find it shopping in and around Spicer.



There are many great places to eat in the Spicer area. See our complete listing.



Visiting Spicer? You can choose from Resorts, Hotels, B&B's and Campgrounds

Spicer is a delightful community located on the shores of Green Lake, in the
heart of the Little Crow Lakes Region, 99 miles west of Minneapolis / St. Paul.
With its friendly people and restful atmosphere you will want to choose from a
lakeside cottage, B&B, Hotel or campground and stay awhile.

Fun Things to Do

Time to have some fun? There are always great entertainment opportunities in Spicer.


Professional Services

Need to hire a professional? Look no further for a list of Professional Services.



Spicer provides quick access to many area lakes and trails. Find maps for lakes & trails here.


No matter what the season, if you're looking for family fun you can't beat Spicer and the Little Crow Lakes Region, where hospitality always comes first.

Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are popular sports for residents and visitors alike. Spring with its freshness and promise is always a good time to visit. Shopping is always great with many gift, antique and specialty shops. In the summer you'll find weekend flea markets and plenty of farmers markets along the road. Drop a line in one of our sparkling clean lakes or enjoy a variety of water sports. Fall brings spectacular colors as our forests and prairies are transformed into brilliant seas of orange, gold and red.

Come and stay with us in Spicer. On one of our many area lakes you can choose from cabins, B&B's, hotels or campgrounds.


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Spicer Commercial Club • P.O. Box 244 • Spicer, MN 56288
Phone: 320-796-8066 • Email: [email protected]

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