For more information about the Pilot Knob Preservation Association, send an email to, or send a letter to: The Pilot Knob Preservation Association, P.O. Box 50823, Mendota, MN 55150-0823.

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5 Responses to Contact

  1. Louise Vai says:

    I am awestruck at the beauty this area has become. I have always thought it had a “spiritual” feel to it, but now that the flowers are in bloom I feel like I’m walking in a wonderland. I have to ask, what seed did you use throughout the fields? I love the natural vegetation and other than Thomas Lake Park, have not seen anything that beautiful in the area. Beautifully done! I love being here.

  2. Leigh says:

    WOW! My friend and I walked our dogs thru the park this week. So many beautiful wild flowers. Thanks for taking care of this sacred, special land. It’s a great piece of history in our area.

  3. Leslie says:

    Thank you. The monarchs were dancing today.

  4. Adam P Bernier says:

    Hello, I am hoping that you might be able to help. My Family lived in a brick house on pilot knob in the late 1800’s. My 2nd great grandfather was Esdras Bernier. Hoping that there are pictures of this house somewhere in the archives. The house was built on what is now Acacia cemetery. Anything that you could help with would be greatly appreciated.

  5. Shannon says:

    Thank you for the recent updates! I am sincere when I say that this is my favorite place in the world. It brings me joy to know that others feel similarly and strive to protect our sacred hill.

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