The City of Garrison is located on the Northwest shores of beautiful Mille Lacs Lake and is home to the Garrison Walleye.  The Garrison Walleye is placed at the entrance of the Concourse which was built by the Civilian Conservation Camp SP-15 in 1936-39.  The Concourse consists of pink and gray native stone which arch 180 feet into the lake, rises a dozen feet above the water and extends over 330 feet along the lake shore. The Garrison Walleye is a favorite attraction for many and continues to be one of the most photographed statues around.   During the summer months, an average of 300 cars per day stop and visit the Walleye. Garrison has been known for fishing since 1899 and is the world's smallest City to have a McDonald's Restaurant.  Come and enjoy our beautiful City.