Population: 68,855

Living in Eagan, Minnesota:
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Eagan, Minnesota, is a medium sized suburb right outside of the Twin Cities. It is located just south of Bloomington, the home of the largest mall, the Mall of America. Even though it is a larger suburb, it has a small town feel. We have some of the highest rated schools; we have several shopping areas, and we are the new home of the Vikings training facility.

Mychael, says: 2020

Eagan, Minnesota, and the surrounding suburbs are well-known for excellent schools. Eagan High School is frequently rated in the top for academic achievement in the state of Minnesota. Families cite quality education as an important reason they decided to buy a home in the area. Eagan has many other attractions, like proximity to the Minnesota Zoo, a quick drive to Minneapolis and St. Paul, access to the airport, Cascade Bay Water Park, Lebanon Hills Regional Park, and more.

Lindsay, says: 2020

Eagan is the fifth largest city in Minnesota and is just south of the Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul. An international airport and metropolitan amenities 20 minutes away and a multitude of lakes and city parks makes Eagan is the perfect blend of convenience and natural beauty. Eagan is also home to the new training center for the Minnesota Vikings for those wishing to take in a sports event.

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