Cotton, Minnesota


Cotton, Minnesota

Cotton is an unincorporated community in Cotton Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States.

The community is located 36 miles northwest of the city of Duluth at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and County Road 52. Cotton is also located 27 miles south of the city of Virginia.

Cotton is generally considered the half way point between the cities of Duluth and Virginia.

References

Rand McNally Road Atlas - 2007 edition - Minnesota entry
Official State of Minnesota Highway Map - 2007/2008 edition

Coordinates: 47°10′10″N 92°28′35″W / 47.16944°N 92.47639°W / 47.16944; -92.47639



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