An interesting fact about Cook, Minnesota is that each year in June, the city hosts a festival called Timber Days. The festival includes arts and crafts sales, laser tag, a beer and food garden, and live music.
Cook, Minnesota has a library, an airport, a post office and a fire department. In the summers, musicians play in Cook's downtown gazebo. The city also offers a summer farmer's market. "The Cook News Herald" provides residents access to local news, legal notices and announcements.
The nearby Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary attracts visitors to watch black bears in their natural habitat. Other commercial attractions in Cook, Minnesota include Cook's Country Connection, a private farm that is open to the public, The Wilderness at Fortune Bay, a golf course and resort, and Fortune Bay Resort Casino.