Chisholm Travel Guide

Chisholm is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,976 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 and State Highway 73 are two of the main routes in Chisholm. A mining town on the Mesabi Range, Chisholm was founded by Archibald Mark Chisholm.


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City of Chisholm

Chisholm has much to offer; Parks, tennis courts, a curling club, a hockey facility, a walking trail around Longyear Lake with summer and winter fishing. Many lakes, woods, snowmobile trails, cross country skiing, hiking trails, and golf courses are within a half hour drive in the area. We also have a Historic Main Street, the Veterans Memorial, Mining Museum, Minnesota Discovery Center, and each summer St. Louis County Fair.

Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to Chisholm ~ The Heart of the Iron Range! Chisholm is host to many fun things for the entire family to see and do. While in the area, be sure to get a first hand look at mining history at Minnesota Discovery Center and the Minnesota Museum of Mining. Pay homage to the Veterans Memorial and the Iron Man, the third largest free-standing statue in the United States.