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Welcome to the wonderful community of Zimmerman MN!
Located in Sherburne County, approximately 42 miles northwest of Minneapolis and 33 miles southeast of St. Cloud, MN, Zimmerman is a small town that combines the conveniences of a vibrant town with the beauty of the natural resources in its blended rural spaces. Known as the gateway to the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge, the Zimmerman community expands well beyond its mapped city center and is easily accessible from MN Hwy 169.
From local mom-and-pop establishments to large brand-name shopping and dining venues, the residents of the Zimmerman community have everything they need at their fingertips.
You'll find a local dog training service, garage door service and repair, drain cleaning and plumbing, civic services, the Zimmerman Today Paper; a local publication, and a variety of restaurants from brand name fast food establishments to one of the best Chinese restaurants around.
There are local insurance agents, financial planning services and banking services, a fitness center, a local gun shop, auctioneer services, photography, hair salons, floral & gift store, grocery and convenience stores, real estate services, chiropractic & physical therapy services, childcare, computer services, a precision machining company, and so much more.
Zimmerman provides a variety of recreational resources and activities year-round for residents and visitors alike. You'll find a local fitness center with a gym available for shooting hoops one-on-one or join in a pick-up game. You'll find a frisbee/disc golf course, ball fields, and ice rinks nearby. And, Zimmerman has a number of locally organized youth and adult activities you can participate in year-round.
A short drive west from Zimmerman you'll find the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge where visitors can hike and canoe the pristine habitat. The refuge is was actually designated as a state Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society because of the variety and large flocks of migrating birds flying in and out of the refuge; such as the Sandhill Crane, Red-Headed Woodpecker, and numerous waterbirds, waterfowl, shorebirds, and raptors.