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Proctor, MN was once the largest ore sorting railroad yard in the world. Proctor's railroad heritage attracts visitors to the engine 225 Baldwin-Yellowstone. If local history is your passion, visit the Historical Society in the relocated building, near the Engine 225, that once was the office of the car shop superintendent of the railroad. Proctor offers visitors convenient, affordable hotels, restaurants, nightlife & recreation. Hotels in Proctor include AmericInn, Best Western Plus Spirit Mt and Duluth Spirit Mt Inn Americas Best Value Inn. Go to our website for room specials.
Proctor is minutes from Spirit Mt Adventure Park featuring: Timber Twister Alpine Coaster, Timber Flyer Zip Line, Mini golf course, mountain bike trails and scenic chair lift rides.
Spirit Mountain's ski slopes feature Winter skiing and snowboarding and a tubing park! There is also a 73 site campground.
Hoghead Festival – 3rd Saturday in August
Proctor’s annual summer event is full of fun for family & neighbors; good food, music, games, a parade & evening street dance. Fireworks end the event!
9 Hole Proctor Municipal Golf Course is open to the public from April – Oct. Riding carts and club rental are available. Tee times not needed.
The Proctor Speedway dirt track features races Sundays May–Oct. proctorspeedway.com
The 63 mile Hinckley - Duluth segment of the paved Willard Munger State Trail passes through the spectacular scenery of Jay Cooke State Park and the west side of Proctor. The northeast portion provides scenic views of the St. Louis River, Duluth and Superior.