Through our map you can travel to over 1500 small towns located in the Midwest and learn what's unique about each!
Select a state, then a region, and you'll find each area's town & county pages. Each contain a map showing their location, their history, a photo library and contact information. You also will find stories or videos about organizations, businesses, veterans, points of interest, festivals/events and their faith community.
Points of Interest
As you travel through the small towns you will find many interesting things to see and do! Citizens from each community, working together, continue to offer entertainment options that not only appeal to their citizens, but visitors to their community! Below you will find points of interest you are sure to want to visit!
Festivals and Events
The small towns of the Midwest have long shared pride in their communities through festivals and events! Citizens from each community, working together, continue to offer entertainment options that not only appeal to their citizens but visitors to their community! Below you will find festivals and events you are sure to want to attend!
Destination Small Town (DST) has long supported and promoted businesses located in the small towns of the Midwest by doing video stories about them. To draw attention to these stories the decision was made to have the introductions done by fictional reporters and celebrities. These intros enable us to add a bit of humor while still sharing with viewers what they want to know about each businesses!
Veterans come from many walks of life and whether a veteran severed two decades ago or two days ago, they have made our freedoms possible.
Below you will find photos and or stories about the men and women who have served our country from the small towns of the Midwest!
DST's Road Warrior checks in!Constantly in search of the interesting, the peculiar, the funky our Road Warrior shares (each week) what he has discovered on the radio show "Al in the Afternoon" KTOE 1420 AM Mankato MN, here are a few examples! You can hear "Al in the Afternoon" online at: https://streamdb9web.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/KTOE Owner of the oldest grocery store in Minnesota is still going strong at 103 in Fremont, MN
The Road Warrior stopped by The Fremont Store in Fremont MN to discover the owner of the oldest grocery store in Minnesota "Martha" was 103!
10/10/2019The biggest hobo I've ever seen is in Starbuck MN
10/8/2019A carousel like no other is in Kellogg MN
10/6/2019Gotta love that otter "Otto the Otter" in Fergus Falls MN
Television Show & Segments
Summer of 2007 Our Story Productions began airing "Our Story - Minnesota at it's Best" With a goal to share the lifestyle lead in the small towns of Southern Minnesota they developed a variety of segments that included history, music, health, faith, interior design, and yes even commentary. Much to their surprise towns & businesses from throughout the Midwest begin to contact them to see if they would do stories about their towns! With this expansion "Our Story - Minnesota at it's Best" became "Destination Small Town" The decision was made in order to draw more attention to their show and to increase their web presence they needed to add some humor. The first segment added was the soap opera spoof "As the Corn GROWS" The popularity of the soap lead to a number of talk shows spin offs, all supposedly produced by the television station (KLUK TV) located in the fictional Sweet Swine County. While viewers were entertained by the zany antics of the talk shows and soap opera As the Corn Grows, KLUK TV reporters and Sweet Swine County citizens would report in with stories about real businesses and points of interest they had visited in other community. Today with over 60 volunteers and a staff of four, OSP continues to air the TV show“Destination Small Town” in over 1,000,000 households on cable TV throughout the Midwest, as well as on their website, YouTube, Facebook and Pinterest pages.