Recreation & Entertainment
Everyone will find something they enjoy with all the recreational and entertainment opportunities available for the whole family in Harmony!
Run and play at of three different playgrounds in town. Selvig Park is located on Main Street and boasts playground equipment, picnic shelter and gazebo. The Trailhead Park offers a larger playground, picnic area, plenty of room to run and is near the Visitor Center. The Golf Course Park is located near the 9-Hole golf course and offers another playground and picnic shelter.
There is a variety of golfing options in Harmony. Harmony Golf Club is a 9-Hole course that is both challenging and fun. Niagara Cave offers a 18-hole mini-golf course, and there is also a free 9-hole disc golf course located at the Trailhead. Discs are available at the Visitor Center if you didn’t bring your own.
Bike, walk or ski the Harmony-Preston State Trail starting right from the Visitor Center. Enjoy a short walk on the trail to view the sink hole exhibit.
River activities are popular during the warm months including canoeing, kayaking, and tubing on the Root River or Upper Iowa River.
Catch a movie at the JEM Movie Theatre, which is the only movie theatre in Fillmore County. This one-screen movie theater shows new releases and host a variety of concerts and events. You will fall in love with the fresh made popcorn made with real butter!
Many of Harmony’s local establishments offer entertainment, including open mic nights, trivia, live music and special events.
The Harmony Lions Club Disc Golf Course is a fun place for all ages. The course offers 9 holes. Discs are available to buy at Harmony Foods or rent at Harmony Visitor Center.
Harmony Golf Club is located on the east edge of Harmony, MN. Our par 36, 9-hole course of 2,904 yards is challenging and fun for all. Clubhouse facilities and services include a pro shop, lounge and short order food services. Golf carts and pull carts available. We have banquet facilities for special events or meetings. You may wish to combine a meeting with a pleasant round of golf.
Visit the Jem. Current movies at yesteryears prices. Established in 1940, this Small Town Movie Theatre shows first run digital films, and provides affordable family fun for all. Fresh popcorn is made with real butter. The Theatre is available to rent for private showings, parties, video gaming, live music, presentations and more. Call us to learn about the new "Mobile Jem", where we bring the movies to you!
Monster Bash, Inc. is a non-profit organization that supports music, theatre and the arts at Fillmore Central Schools. Every October, with volunteer help and support, MBI puts on a highly regarded Haunted House (ranked 4th best in Minnesota in 2016) and plans for additional events in 2018 and beyond! Contact 507-273-3154 (Jay) 507-696-7864 (Bryan).
One of Top Ten Rated Caves in the U.S. featuring a 60 foot waterfall, stalactites and stalagmites, ancient fossils, crystal wedding chapel, one hour guided tours, picnic grounds, gemstone mining, a gift shop, and much more. Two miles south of Harmony on 139 then two miles west.
Hours of operation
April: weekends 10am-4:30pm
May: 10am-4:30pm daily
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day weekend: 9:30am-5:30pm daily
September: Daily 10am-4:30pm
October: Thursday through Sunday 10am-4:30pm
Located minutes north of Decorah in the heart of the Driftless among sparkling streams and limestone bluffs, the 890-acre home for Seed Savers Exchange welcomes thousands of visitors every year. Beautiful heirloom display gardens, historic orchards, and heritage livestock breeds border the Amish-built Lillian Goldman Visitor Center, connecting visitors to our diverse garden heritage. It's a can't miss destination for gardeners and nature-lovers alike! The non-profit is dedicated to keeping heirloom seeds in gardens and on tables everywhere.
Lillian Goldman Visitors Center:
March 1 to October 31| Open 10am to 5pm daily
Closed Easter Sunday, July 4th, and Thanksgiving Day.
Seed Savers Exchange Heritage Farm grounds and hiking trails are open to the public 24/7, year-round.
Selvig Park is located on south Main Street. It features a play ground, shelter and gazebo. This popular community park is the site of many different community events throughout the year including our 4th of July Festivities and our annual National Night Out Celebration!
The Trail Head Park is the beginning of the Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail which connects Harmony to the Root River Trail system with over 60 miles of recreational trail which allows biking, skiing hiking or roller blading. The trail park features a playground, picnic shelter, parking lot, and a free disc golf course. Discs are available at the Harmony Visitor Center.
If that’s not enough to do, visit Historic Forestville and see the interpretive village, or take the kids to the Preston Swimming Pool. Check out the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center calendar of events, they offer a wide array of fun and educational classes throughout the summer!