Welcome to Eyota, MN

Eyota has a well established park system. This includes picnic shelters, ballfields, volleyball court, frisbee golf, skate park, paved loop walking path, Basketball courts, Pickleball Courts and five parks with play equipment.
West Side park also has a prairie grass area & extensive plantings of native trees. During the winter months there is a ice rink with a heated shelter available.
Our city celebration is held the 3rd week in July. Come join us for the fun! The grand parade is Saturday at 11:00 am.
Provides fresh, healthy, nutritious food and a marketplace for local products. The markets are open Tuesday evenings from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm between late May until early October. Weather permitting. The market is located along Highway 42 & 5th Street in West Side Park.
Held on the 3rd Thursday in June. Grand Parade begins at 10:00 am rain or shine. Since 1874 people have traveled to Viola Minnesota on the 3rd Thursday of June to celebrate the Viola Gopher Count.

Things to Do:

Great River Ridge Trail Built on former railroad grade, the Great River Ridge State Trail is also a fairly easy ride. The trail is located 2 miles north of Eyota just off of County Road 9.

Chester Woods Park The park has various amenities including swimming, fishing, canoeing, camping, trails and hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.  The park is located 3 miles west of Eyota, just off of Highway 14.
Whitewater State Park Picturesque limestone bluffs and deep ravines make Whitewater a very popular Southeastern State Park. The 2,700 acre park is an angler's paradise with brown, brook, and rainbow trout swimming in the spring-fed Whitewater River and Trout Run Creek. Visitors enjoy a sandy swimming beach, a year-round visitor center, easy-to-challenging hiking trails, camping, a group camp, and a modern group center. The park is located 13 miles northeast of Eyota on Highway 74.
Carley State Park Beauty and quiet, that is the essence of Carley State Park.  In the spring, delicate bluebells (Mertensia virginica), and other wildflowers carpet the valley with a profusion of color.  Hike along the trail that follows the Whitewater River and take in the grand old white pines.  The park is located 13 miles north of Eyota on County Road 4.