National and world-renown businesses, thousands of miles of lake-shore, rolling hills and woodlands all combine to make a unique setting, area and life-style in and around the Cold Spring region. Coldspring, world's largest granite fabricator, the nationally award-winning Cold Spring Bakery, local favorite - Gluek Brewery all make their home here. Brewery tours and the tasting room are appreciated by tourists and locals alike. And there is never a wrong choice at our local bakery! We also have two exceptional golf courses: Rich Spring and Royal Oaks keep golfers on their toes from early spring until the snow flies. The Rocori Trail, currently finished from near Paynesville to Cold Spring will soon extend all the way to Rockville for walkers, joggers and bikers. The trail winds through woodlands, prairie and over the Sauk River. The Grasshopper Chapel's unique story is interesting to all who come here and masses have been kept there as pledged, since the 1800's. The beautiful chapel and lovely flowered grounds are well worth a stop! A look in at the Velveteen Rabbit will not only garner you a great lunch, but give you a look at one of Cold Spring's founding family's homes. The three story brick home has a ballroom in the third floor, beautiful inlaid parquet flooring and woodwork and most of the original layout and structure. A visit to the second floor will allow you to browse through many lovely antiques, too. Cold Spring is well known by amateur baseball enthusiasts for its "best in the state" baseball park where the Springers and Rockies play. Cold Spring has won more state baseball tournaments than any other town in the state in their class. Fans enjoy this well maintained facility!