Location: St. Olaf College
St. Olaf College is located in historic Northfield, Minn., approximately 35 miles south of the Twin Cities. The self-contained campus is set atop beautiful Manitou Heights, offering striking views of neighboring farmland and the city of Northfield. This serene setting provides an ideal atmosphere for youth camps and other summer groups. Campers enjoy a beautiful, safe environment that fosters creativity.
From I-35 (from the north or south)
Take I-35 to Hwy. 19 East (Exit 69, Northfield exit). Travel east on Hwy. 19 for approximately 6 miles into the Northfield city limits.
The main entrance to the college will be on your left. Enter the campus here.
From Hwy. 77 (Cedar Avenue/CR23) (from the north)
Follow Hwy. 77 south through Apple Valley. Leaving Apple Valley, Hwy 77 turns into Co. Rd. 23. Follow Co. Rd. 23 into Northfield; the campus will be on your right. As you enter the Northfield city limits, go right (south) on Lincoln. Turn right (west) on St. Olaf Avenue toward the St. Olaf campus.
From US-52 (from the north or south)
Take US-52 to Hwy. 19 (in Cannon Falls). Travel west on Hwy. 19 into Northfield, which will include several stop signs and turns.
Continue west on Hwy. 19 until you reach the western edge of Northfield. The main entrance to the college will be on your right. Enter the campus here.
Parking is ample on the St. Olaf campus. The most centrally located parking lot is north of the Buntrock Commons. Park in any spot marked “Faculty/Staff/Visitor Parking.”