Remer is conveniently located in the southeast corner of the Chippewa National Forest. The 650,000 acre Chippewa National Forest is home to the largest population of nesting bald eagles in the contiguous 48 states. Watching eagles soar over the lake or above the tree-line while enjoying the many outdoor activities, is truly a breathtaking and majestic event.


History:   

Remer Township, and the earlier Remer post office and railway village, were named in honor of E. N. and William P. Remer, brothers, of whom the former was treasurer and manager of the Reishus-Remer Land Company of Grand Rapids, and the latter was the first postmaster here.

Remer Village plat (section 1 & 2) on August 6, 1910. Petition for incorporation needed 100 male votes and was granted on December 12, 1911. The first elections (village council) was January 6, 1912.
The post office began in 1904, along with a sawmill and several stores, and a station of the Soo Line Railroad

The post office began in 1904, along with a sawmill and several stores, and a station of the Soo Line Railroad

Open Monday-Friday from 7 am to 3:30 pm
(218) 566-4156
106 Spruce Street NE
PO Box 54
Remer, MN  56672

Links: 

    Remer Area Chamber of Commerce
        http://www.remerchamber.com

    Pine Cone Press Citizen Newspaper
        http://www.pineconepresscitizen.com

    Cass County SHIP
        http://www.co.cass.mn.us/ship/index.html

            http://www.co.cass.mn.us/healthcare.pdf
            http://www.co.cass.mn.us/tobacco.pdf
            

     
    
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