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fastest would be 94 to 494 to 169. That will run you right into kato. Follow the signs for MSU and you will see the camp.

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fastest would be 94 to 494 to 169. That will run you right into kato. Follow the signs for MSU and you will see the camp.

The main drag is closed in St. Peter so you'll experience a little detour through town. If you can, turn left onto HWY 22 by Arby's in St. Peter and take that to Mankato.

Once in Mankato, take a right at the second stop light after Wal-Mart. This will take you past Mankato East High School and come to another stop light with the MN State Patrol on your left. Turn left here and at the next stop light, turn right and head towards the water tower.

The next stop light will be at All Seasons Arena (right side of the intersection). Turn left at All Seasons Arena and go to the next light. The MSU Field will be to your right.

Sorry I don't have street names listed. This is the route I take to get to the MSU Campus.

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A few more directions that might help:

Once you see the signs for MSU, take the "early exit" off of Playoff Parkway.

Take the next right on Letdown Lane, but be careful since it merges with Overrated Road and it's very easy to get confused which one you're on.

The MSU Field is across the road from the Heartbreak Hotel and you can park in the lot near the street vendor selling "hope". You can't miss this guy because he'll have quite a crowd around him.

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A few more directions that might help:

Once you see the signs for MSU, take the "early exit" off of Playoff Parkway.

Take the next right on Letdown Lane, but be careful since it merges with Overrated Road and it's very easy to get confused which one you're on.

The MSU Field is across the road from the Heartbreak Hotel and you can park in the lot near the street vendor selling "hope". You can't miss this guy because he'll have quite a crowd around him.

Good one! gringringrin

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Sandmannd, if you take the kids buy them each a ball or something and a sharpie before you go and about a half hour or so before the practice is scheduled to be over with walk them over to the fence on Stadium Road where the players walk from the practice fields over to the training facility and locker rooms. The players will stop and give autographs, my 3 boys have a blast getting to talk to the players and get autographs from them and guys like AP really have a soft spot for the kids. My boys got some great autographs last weekend. Winfield, Leber, Greenway, Hutchinson, Longwell, Kluwe, Kleinsasser, C. Taylor, Loadholt....well you get the picture. The kids will have a great time talking to them, just remind them to give a "thank you" to the players that take the time to come over and spend some time with them.

Let us know how it goes.

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