Mound is a 3.18 square mile quaint town located on Lake Minnetonka just 20 miles west of Minneapolis.  The city has a lot to offer its citizens with an award-winning school district, scenic beauty, and the city’s commitment to recapturing the charm of the early lake history in the design of the downtown commercial and residential construction. 

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $907K
Lowest Price $285K
Highest Price $2.4M
Total Listings 11
Avg. Price/SQFT $410

Property Types (active listings)

Mound offers over 17 miles of shoreline which is one of the larger cities on the lake. In addition to an abundance of lake homes, the highly rated Westonka school district, easy commute to downtown Minneapolis, and the small town environment makes Mound a highly desirable place to live.

  • The Village of Mound was incorporated in 1912.  The city is named for the Indian Mounds that were built as early as 300 BC to 100 AD.

  • Bloomberg Businessweek named Mound as “Minnesota’s Best Place to Raise Your Kids.”

  • One of the most famous businesses to come out of Mound is Tonka Toys.  Mound was the headquarters and warehouse for more than 36 years when it relocated to Chicago after Tonka Toys acquired Mell Manufacturing Company.

  • the Mound Docks and Commons Program is the largest municipally owned dock program in the state with 311 dock sites, 19 city installed multiple docks with 96 slips, 5 personal watercraft sites, and 1 City owned multiple dock with 37 slips available for annual rental. The land was platted by the developers back in 1906-1911 and it was their goal that all Mound residents could enjoy Lake Minnetonka and not just those who had a lakefront property. It is a special feature that greatly enhances life that only the city of Mound can offer at such a large level.  


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With a defined and busy downtown with lots of restaurants and shops, strong community involvement, and many parks and trails- Mound is a great place to call home.

Mound hosts many fun family activities and festivals each year.  A few of these fun events are:

  • the weekly Mound Farmer’s market

  • the Mound Fire Department’s annual fish fry and dance in June

  • Spirit of the Lakes Festival and Minnesota Wake Surf Competition in July

  • Westonka Dog Days in August

  • Running of the Bay's 5K and Half Marathon in September

  • Tonka Brew Fest in November

  • the Mound Tree Lighting Ceremony in November 

The city of Mound contracts through the city of Orono for its police department and has its own Fire Department.  The Mound Fire Department services approximately 17,500 people! The police and fire department presence has made Mound consistently score an A in crime rating from Areavibes and crime is statistically 43% lower than the national average.


There are many amazing dining options in Mound.  A few of the local favorites: Dakota Junction, Carbone’s Pizzeria, Caribou, Scotty B’s, Surfside Bar & Grill, Porta del Sol, Al & Alma’s Supper Club, and Tonka Grill with many more to choose from.  


Downtown Mound has lots of great stores.  Mound True Value Hardware has been a staple in the downtown Mound landscape for many years.  There is a newly built Walgreens, which makes it very convenient for any prescription or drug store needs you may have.  Take a stroll around Mound and you will not be disappointed with the selection of stores.


Mound has more parks than any other lakeside community with 31 different spots to enjoy.  Click here for a full list of parks in Mound.


Mound is located in the Mound Westonka School District is an award-winning school district with so much to offer its students.  The Westonka School District serves approximately 2,300 students in grades PreK through twelve.  They have, for the past 15 years, have been “Best in State” in MCA Performance.  Westonka scored in the Top 10 Districts in the state on the 2017 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments. Overall, Westonka is ranked #4 in the state in math and #6 in the state in reading.

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