The Enchanted Highway is a 32-mile stretch of highway starting at Exit 72 on Interstate 94.
The paved highway, which begins near the town of Gladstone and ends at Regent, features a collection of large scrap metal sculptures depicting geese, deer, pheasants, grasshoppers, Teddy Roosevelt, and even a complete Tin Family.
The sculptures were created by retired school teacher Gary Greff, from the town of Regent, who did it in the hopes of putting his hometown prominently on the map and thus prevent it from fading away into obscurity.
There are little gravel parking lots for each sculpture, some have picnic areas. Also each stop has the name and a sign that tells you how far away the next sculpture is.
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Fun Fact: “Geese in Flight” has been listed as the largest scrap metal sculpture in the world by the Guinness World Book of Records.