Situated in a quaint corner of Minnesota, Chaska is a quiet city that is constantly evolving with new businesses, shops and commercial areas coming to the region. However, despite the destination’s development, it continues to maintain its strong sense of community, welcoming hospitality and laid-back atmosphere.

What’s more, Chaska is only 26 miles away from Minneapolis, where travellers can take in some of the state’s biggest attractions, including the Mall of America and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

Getting Around

Chaska sits on the Southwest Transit public transport network, providing efficient links to departure points in Chanhassen and Eden Prairie. These services are very affordable and a selection of tailored trips are available across the summer, visiting places like the Mall of America, Como Zoo and the Science Museum of Minnesota.

If you want to go further afield and sample the many other delights of the state, a short 22-mile drive will drop visitors off at the St Paul/Minneapolis Amtrak station, where connections are available to a host of great destinations across the US, ranging from Chicago to New York.

What to see

Chaska has a strong reputation as being a relaxed and laid-back city. It is a great place to get away from it all and soak up the friendly Minnesota culture. Sports fans in particular will be impressed with the variety of fantastic venues in the area, including the Dahlgreen golf club and the local curling centre. Both of these facilities provide an excellent experience for visitors and have helped to create a fantastic sports community across the city.

Shoppers have plenty to look forward to, too. One of the most unique retailers here is the Yellow Brick Road shop, where visitors can explore a stunning selection of clothing, artwork, jewellery and food. The mix is truly eclectic and makes a refreshing change from conventional high street stockists.

Another must-visit destination is Firemen’s Park, which is surrounded by stunning scenery and the beautiful Chaska clayhole. Canoe, paddleboard and bicycle rentals are also available and the atmosphere is wonderfully tranquil.

Where to eat and drink

One of the top attractions here is the city’s fantastic food scene, with a vast selection of outstanding eateries to choose from.

A particularly popular restaurants in Chaska is the Heartbreakers Bar and Grill, which was recently remodelled with a stunning new interior. It’s a fantastic spot to wind down and enjoy some of the best pizza and steak in the state. On top of this, there is a plentiful drinks menu and regular live music.

Another fantastic food option is Sake Sushi, where visitors can sample extraordinary Japanese food, while Cuzzy’s Breakhouse is the perfect place for some classic American dishes.



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