Murray County (pop. 8,725) is just west of Cottonwood County. It has more than 70 lakes.
The state of Minnesota has had two F5 tornadoes since 1950, and both of them have been in Murray County: the Tracy Tornado on June 13, 1968, and the Chandler-Lake Wilson Tornado on June 16, 1992.
The county seat of Murray County is Slayton (pop. 2,157).
The town of Fulda (pop. 1,318) has a two-story Milwaukee Road depot that dates from 1880.
Lake Shetek is the largest lake in southwestern Minnesota. Lake Shetek State Park was developed from 1934 to 1941.
The town of Currie (pop. 233), “The Gateway to Lake Shetek,” is the home of the End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum.
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