If you live in South Central Minnesota, you don't have far to go if you want to visit Southern Minnesota's Largest Gift Store. Actually, if you live in Owatonna it's about 10 minutes away, and for those living in Faribault, it's about 20 minutes down the road.

Country Goods, located off I-35 in Clinton Falls, which shares an exit with Cabela's, is the largest gift store in the southern portion of our fair state, and they aren't playing around with the fact they are the largest. There are windchimes that stand over 6 feet tall for sale inside, along with a whole host of other novelty and gift ideas.

The gift store has both summer and winter hours for those who stop by the shop. April-December - Sundays 11-5:00 Monday-Saturday 9-7:00 January - March - Sundays 12:00 - 5:00.

Much like the world's largest candy store, located several miles away in Jordan, Southern Minnesota's largest gift store has a huge selection that varies with the seasons. Right now the focus is of course on holiday gifts, and in the summer there is more of a garden vibe for products being sold.

And just like the country stores of old, you can't find anything on the world wide web.  The store doesn't have a website, so if you want to know what they have in stock, call or better yet stop on in and take a peek around.

You can stop into the store, when they are open, as it's located along the access road that runs along I-35, opposite Cabela's. The street address is 4515 NW 22nd Ave Owatonna.

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