City in Blue Earth County in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Original name was actually "Mahkato," until some white dweeb misread it. Home of Minnesota Vikings summer training camp, the last remaining 40-foot Happy Chef statue, and the largest mass execution in U.S. history (December 26, 1862, 38 Dakota Native Americans hanged). Motto: "A Little Twin Cities, A Lot Minnesota." Named the 14th "most livable micropolitan in America."
I used to think Mankato was a big city.
Let's go to the Barmuda Triangle in Mankato!
A city in Blue Earth
, and Le Sueur
, (Most of the city being in Blue Earth County
. Mankato alone has a population of around 35,000, however, right across the Minnesota River
is North Mankato
, home to another 15,000 people. It is commonly nicknamed Kato
Mankato is in and around the Minnesota River Valley
, and Mankato-North Mankato are commonly divided into 4 "Districts"
Lower Mankato- The Mankato part of the valley, oldest part of town.
Upper Mankato- Part of Mankato on top of the hill, home to stuff like the River Hills Mall
and many other commercial stores and restaurants.
Lower North Mankato- The smaller side of the river
Upper North Mankato- Newest part of town
Mankato is home to several Colleges, including Minnesota State University Mankato
and Bethany Lutheran College
. Because of this, the city is often considered a college to...
Southern Minnesota town, misspelled Native American word meaning "Blue Skunk." Originially named Mahkato, meaning "Blue Earth" after the highly sought after blue clay found on the banks of the Minnesota River.
Mankato really smells like a Blue Skunk.
general stonewall jackson founded mankato in approximately 1885, also, he fathered general custer and contrary to popular belief, the atom bomb did not expolde in hiroshima, the detonation was not a bomb but actually it was brett favre, throwing a football to the ground, yeah he throws the ball that hard
jobes brahh mankato all the wayyyy
A town that is way to small. A college town with parties.
Mankato is too boring!