Deephaven, Minnesota

Hotel Saint Louis circa 1885
Minnetonka Yacht Club circa 1894

Small city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.

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Lake Minnetonka

Lake located approximately 15 miles (24 km) west-southwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Stereoscope of recreational activity near Spirit Knob circa 1875
Hotel Saint Louis in Deephaven
Belle of Minnetonka circa 1883
Express Boat Hopkins circa 1912
Excelsior Beach

The first large hotel on the lake, the Hotel Saint Louis in Deephaven, was built in 1879 and boasted 150 guest rooms with private verandas.

Hennepin County, Minnesota

County in the U.S. state of Minnesota.

Age pyramid of county residents based on 2000 U.S. census data
Located across the street from the Government Center, the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility serves as the county jail
Tree Map of Employment by Industries in Hennepin County (2015)
Minnehaha Falls is the main attraction and namesake of Minnehaha Park.
U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings, was constructed in 2016, and was the site of Super Bowl LII.


Marisa Coughlan

American actress and writer.

Williamson in 2012

As of 2015 she lived in Deephaven, Minnesota, after several years in Studio City, California.

Mike Plant

American single-handed yachtsman.

Plant in 1992

He spent his childhood in the Minneapolis suburb of Deephaven on the shores of Lake Minnetonka.

Kenneth H. Dahlberg

American businessman and highly decorated World War II fighter ace.


Dahlberg died on October 4, 2011, at his Deephaven, Minnesota home.

Early May 1965 tornado outbreak

On May 5–8, 1965, a significant tornado outbreak affected much of the Central United States.

Tornado tracks through Minneapolis–Saint Paul on May 6
A tornado over Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Tornado damage in Fridley, Minnesota.

Photographs for the earlier Deephaven and second Fridley tornado were published in the Minneapolis Tribune (now Star Tribune) newspaper.

List of Minnesota locations by per capita income

Tenth richest state in the United States of America, with a per capita income of $23,198 .

9) Deephaven, Minnesota – $58,544

Hennepin County Medical Center

Level I adult and pediatric trauma center and safety net hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the county seat of Hennepin County.

Main entrance at midday on a weekday. Hennepin Healthcare covers six city blocks.
Main entrance at midday on a weekday. Hennepin Healthcare covers six city blocks.
Main entrance of HCMC
Air ambulance landing at HCMC in downtown Minneapolis

HCMC also provides emergency medical services (Hennepin EMS) for the cities of Minneapolis, Golden Valley, Shorewood, Eden Prairie, St. Louis Park, Hopkins, St. Anthony, Woodland, Excelsior, Deephaven, Tonka Bay, Richfield, and the majority of the city of Minnetonka.

Minnetonka High School

Four-year public high school located in Minnetonka, Minnesota, United States, a western suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul.

Public education expenditure as a share of GDP and of total public expenditure, countries below both benchmarks, 2017 or most recent year

Minnetonka High School is the only high school within Minnetonka School District, whose enrollment area comprises western Minnetonka, northern Chanhassen, Deephaven, Excelsior, Greenwood, Shorewood, Tonka Bay, Woodland, northern Victoria, and northern Eden Prairie; an area known as "South Lake Minnetonka," or simply "Minnetonka."

List of county roads in Hennepin County, Minnesota

Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States maintains a number of county roads, many of them county state aid highways (CSAH).

View of Excelsior Boulevard (Hennepin County Road 3) looking southwest from the bridge at the Minikahda Club toward St. Louis Park, 2014. The nearest intersection shown is at France Avenue (Hennepin County Road 17).
County Road 81 in Brooklyn Park, heading southbound.
Sign for Park Access Road 203 near Crow-Hassan Park Reserve.

The eastern section is Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis from Lyndale Avenue South to East River Road, where County Road 5 follows 27th Avenue South to University Avenue S.E. Previous sections of County Road 5 turned over to municipal control include a section west of County Road 101 to Vine Hill Road in Deephaven, following Vine Hill Road to State Highway 7 (MN 7), and a section that connected the two disjoint sections of County Road 5, passing between Cedar Lake and Lake Of The Isles in Minneapolis.