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Ray, Minnesota

 

Ray, Minnesota

Ray, Minnesota
Unincorporated community
Ray, Minnesota
Ray, Minnesota
Location of the community of Ray
within Koochiching County

Coordinates: 48°24′39″N 93°12′38″W / 48.41083°N 93.21056°W / 48.41083; -93.21056Coordinates: 48°24′39″N 93°12′38″W / 48.41083°N 93.21056°W / 48.41083; -93.21056

Country United States
State Minnesota
County Koochiching
Elevation 1,158 ft (353 m)
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
ZIP code 56669
Area code(s) 218
GNIS feature ID 657994[1]

Ray is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States.

The community is located southeast of International Falls at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 (U.S. 53) and State Highway 217 (MN 217).

County Roads 3, 29, and 110 are also in the vicinity. The Rat Root River flows through the area.

Geography

Ray is located along the boundary line between East Koochiching Unorganized Territory and Rainy Lake Unorganized Territory.

Nearby places include International Falls, Littlefork, and Kabetogama. The boundary line between Koochiching and Saint Louis counties is nearby.

Ray is located 18 miles southeast of International Falls; and 16 miles east of Littlefork. Ray is 9 miles west of Kabetogama; and 54 miles northwest of Cook.

References

  • Rand McNally Road Atlas – 2007 edition – Minnesota entry
  • Official State of Minnesota Highway Map – 2011/2012 edition
  • Mn/DOT map of Koochiching County – Sheet 4 – 2011 edition
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