Where Is This Historic Causeway?

Tell us the location of this Minnesota landmark for a chance to win

The causeway at Lake Shetek cutting through the lake and leading to a forest.

photo by Korey Mcdermott

Built in 1938 by works progress administration workers, this 1,000-foot-long causeway was made out of lake boulders, stone, and gravel. It serves as a bridge to an island and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Recognize this spot? If so, fill out our form at mnmo.com/whereinmn to tell us where it is and share your connection to it. We’ll feature our favorite responses in an upcoming issue and send the winner a MnMo prize package.