The small Minnesota town, about 20 miles northwest of Minneapolis, has been holding its annual Halloween celebration for more than 50 years, eventually earning the city of nearly 18,000 residents the title of "Halloween Capital of the World." These days, the annual event has expanded to a month - a long celebration that attracts Halloween lovers from across Minnesota, the United States, and even around the world, with the population expected to swell to 60,000 by October.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a population of 18,000 and an area of 2.2 square kilometers, about half of which is land and half water. At the 2010 census, a total of 2,843 people, or about 18 percent of the total population, lived in the city.
The slightly tinted surface around the border is The hour spent with the middle wind direction corresponds to the four directions during this hour. Hours when the average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h are excluded, except hours with average wind speeds of more than 5 km / h.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (March 8) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (November 1). The shortest day is 21 December, the longest day is 22-23 December, and the shortest days are 23-24 December, 26-27 December, 1-2 January, 1 February, 2-3 March, 1 April and 1 May.
The coldest day of the year is January 21, with an average low of 9C and a high of 24C, and the hottest day on average is January 26, with a temperature of 32F
According to tourism statistics, the best time to visit Anoka for general outdoor activities is mid-June to early September. The windiest day of the year is April 1, with an average low of 9 ° C and a maximum of 24 ° C, and there are no winds. These values make Anokas a good time to visit for warm weather activities from mid-June to the end of September, but the windy days of the year are from May 1st to June 30th, June 2nd to July 3rd, July 4th to August 1st and August 2nd to September 1st and September 4th to September 5th. According to this measurement, a good time to visit AnOKA for general outdoor tourist activities is from the end of June to the beginning of October.
There is a lot to do in the city, but we have decided to refrain from some activities that are periodic and subject to certain conditions. Fortunately Anoka has a number of activities where you can hike, camp, cycle, fish, ski, hike and camp in the summer months. Anokas County hosts a number of events and festivals annually, and although some of them don't take place in time for your arrival, they add up over time.
If you are looking for a morning walk in a well-known place and need some peace in Anoka, then think of the name of this magnificent park. As any fan of public radio can know, the trail of the same name is famous for the famous John Lennon song and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, making it one of the most popular hiking trails in Minnesota.
Joseph Belanger became Anoka's first white settler in 1840, and the area quickly developed into a lumberjack center with sawmills and related industries. In the mid-19th century it was a centre of agriculture and wood industry, which led prominent citizens to build magnificent residences and urban buildings, some of which still exist today.
All of these historic buildings are just a few blocks apart and span the Rum River, making for an easy, self-guided hike.
The Twin Lakes Regional Trail offers an easy commute between Brooklyn Center and Robbinsdale, and tree-lined avenues provide easy access to Minnesota State Fairgrounds and other attractions. Anoka has three main routes, all within the city: the Twin Lakes, the Rum River Trail or the Riverfront Trail. All three are part of the Minneapolis - St. Paul Regional Transit Authority (MSTTA) system. Three of Anokie's main routes are the two kilometres long and 1000 feet wide Rum Riverbank Trail, the 1.5 kilometres long and 2500 feet high Rum Valley Trail and a 4 kilometres long trail along the river.
The Shingle Creek Regional Trail branches off the Rush Creek Regional Trail at Noble Parkway and leads south from Brooklyn Park to Brooklyn Center. The light rail runs southwest from the Minneapolis suburb of Hopkins to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds and then south along the Twin Lakes Trail and Noble Parkway to Robbinsdale.
Anoka is located at the confluence of the Rum and Mississippi rivers and is home to Twin Lakes Regional Park and Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Nine Mile Creek is not a lake as its name suggests, but a river, and Anoka is the second largest city in Minnesota after St. Paul. The Rum River flows through the middle of Anokie and flows south of this town into the Mississippi.