DST's Featured States

Destination Small Town has made it their mission to provide an ever growing library featuring the small towns and counties we call home! On the map below you can travel to the small towns of the Midwest and learn what's unique about each!


Select a state, then a region and you will find each areas County Pages! These pages contain stories/videos about businesses, citizens, points of interest, festivals/events and each counties faith community. As well as stories/videos about the contribution made by farmers/ranchers and of course the history and contact information about community organizations. On all region and county pages you will also find Town Pages that share their history and a map to their location!

So here you will learn why life in each small town is like no other and that Destination Small Town should be a travelers first thought!

Town of the Month

Rugby North Dakota

Rugby is a city in, and the county seat of, Pierce County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 2,876 at the 2010 census. making it the seventeenth largest city in North Dakota. Rugby was founded in 1886. Rugby is often billed as the geographic center of North America.

From the road

The interesting, the peculiar, the funky! We've seen it all on the road. Here is where we share it all.

Truly a enchanted highway outside Regent ND

While traveling through North Dakota we happened across "The Enchanted Highway " On about a 35 mile stretch leading to the small town of Regent (Population 169) you will find a collection of the world's largest scrap metal sculptures each constructed at intervals of about 5 miles apart. This one was probably our favorite, but we enjoyed them all! We have not met the artist, but look forward to talking to him about doing a story for our show!



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Our Television Show

Our Television Show

 As a way to further promote the small towns of the Midwest, Our Story Productions (OSP) began airing the television show Destination Small Town in fall 2007.

To draw attention to the show, the decisions to have it take place in the fictional county of Sweet Swine, filmed by the fictional television station KLUK TV. While viewers are entertained by the zany antics of the KLUK TV shows, reporters and Sweet Swine County citizens report on real stories about their neighboring communities!

Today with over 60 volunteers and a staff of four OSP continues to produce the TV show “Destination Small Town”. Having aired in over 1,000,000 households on cable & public access TV each episode promotes the nearly 3,000 businesses and points of interest located in 900 small towns, of 9 Midwest states

For history and information about the staff and volunteers who make this TV show & website possible CLICK HERE 

To learn more about the fictional county that the show takes place in CLICK HERE

Haven’t had the time to watch the KLUK TV shows on TV? You can binge-watch the soap opera spoof”AS THE CORN GROW" or one of the quirky talk, music or reality shows by just clicking below!

Some of our viewers favorite stories

Here you will find a selection of some of this months most viewed video stories produced by DST. To add a bit of fun each story is introduced by a character (played by one of our volunteers) who appears on our television show!


Most Viewed Counties

Destination Small Town is proud to feature the small towns located in over 400 counties of the Midwest. Here you will find the counties most viewed this month!

Page County Ia

Page County, IA

The county is named in honor of Captain John Page of the 4th U.S. Infantry, who was mortally wounded in the Battle of Palo Alto.

Traill County ND

Traill County, ND

Traill County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Dakota. As of the 2010 census listed the population at 8,121. Its county seat is Hillsboro, and its largest city is Mayville. The county was formed in 1875. 

Daviess County Mo

Daviess County, MO

Daviess County is a county located in the U.S. state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,433. Its county seat is Gallatin. The county was organized in 1836, from Ray County and named for Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss, a soldier from Kentucky who was killed in 1811.The county includes the town of Jamesport, which has the largest Amish community in Missouri.

Rock County Mn Courthouse

Rock County, MN

Rock County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota, in the far southwestern corner of the state. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,687. Its county seat is Luverne. The county was formed in 1857 and organized in 1870. Rock County was named for the rocky soil.

Most Recent Featured Citizens

The citizens from our towns for generations have exhibited a pride in community and an enterprising spirit! DST is proud to present the founders, business people, volunteers, entrepreneurs and military personnel who served their community and country. With this ever growing photo library, visitors are able to learn about the contributions made by their citizens!

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Susanna M. Salter

Mayor of the town of Argonia, she was one of the first women elected to any political office in the United States.
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Elvin E. Noel

He and his wife owned and operate three clothing stores for over 45 years
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Allen R Arnold

Honored on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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