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Where to Buy Hardwood Lumber In Minnesota

With the price of wood and tools a good deal for high quality wood is always hard to find. Which makes finding hardwood lumber from high volume “direct to consumers” a search.

To help your search you’ll find:

  • Price list links when published
  • Key services like surfacing (eg. S3S)
  • Pick-up vs. delivery
Lastly, with the price of hardwoods even a few dozen board feet can be worth a 1-2 hour drive. And who knows, maybe you’ll find a hardwood for turning, reclaimed lumber or even urban timber for your next project.
 
Not finding what you need locally? Be sure to check out our favorite sources of hardwood online:

High Quality Online Lumber

Forest 2 Home Store:

Woodcraft Online Store:

Walnut, Cherry & Maple Mix:

Forest 2 Home Assortment at Amazon (Price not available)

Exotic Wood Package:

Exotic Turning Blanks (bulk):

Six Foot Long Cherry:

Last updated on 2022-09-25 at 07:05 // Source: Amazon Affiliates

1. Siwek Lumber & Millwork

Located along the banks of the Mississippi River, Siweks is an established name in lumber supply in the Minneapolis area. And with a huge selection of hardwoods both exotic and domestic, moulding and hardware they are a one-stop shop for most woodworkers.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

2. Wood Master Supply

Wood Master Supply has all the mainstream domestic hardwood you’ll need for your next project. Located just north of the Twin Cities this local dealer is worth a call for small to large orders.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

3. Forest Products Supply

From shorts, exotic wood and a full supply of domestic lumber Forest Products Supply is a top hardwood lumber supplier in Minnesota. And, they are a maker of custom cabinetry if your projects require cabinets beyond your tools or skill.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

4. Logs to Lumber

In every state there is a unique sawmill. But few states feature a sawmill and hardwood supplier with the range of stock as Logs to Lumber. With a mix of exotics and locally sourced lumber they are a supplier to add to your shopping list.

Price List: Yes

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

5. Renneberg Hardwoods, Inc

Northwest of the Twin Cities you’ll find Renneberg Hardwoods who features a collection of hardwoods, plywood and an online store for live edge and slab products. And, if you need shipping you can contact them for a quote.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: Yes

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

6. Rustic Revival Barnwood

For making anything from rustic walls to sliding barn doors, Rustic Revival Barnwood stocks over 4000 square feet of barn wood for a custom project.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

7. Aitken Hardwoods

Further north of the Twin Cities is Aitken Hardwoods, where you’ll find a good stock of hardwood, plywood and even some specials for a great deal. 

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

8. Vetsch Hardwoods

A full featured supplier from hardwood to sheet goods Vetsch Hardwoods out of Rochester is a premier supplier in Southeastern MN. Need help surfacing your project? Well, they offer planing and sanding use as well to help you make projects you might not otherwise tackle.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

9. Northland Hardwood Lumber

Featuring local and Appalachian lumber, Northland Hardwood Lumber is one of the few hardwood stores in the Bemidji and surrounding areas.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

10. Wood from the Hood

Last but not least is this urban wood recycling supplier that features local Ash, Elm and other trees cut into slabs perfect for your table or desk project. And, they feature the standard dimensions lumber with unique Minnesota woods like honey locust and catalpa.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: Yes

Notable Lumber for Sale

Key Services & Supplies

Hardwood Lumber in Minnesota

Stack of Hardwood Lumber - Wood for Sale

From urban wood suppliers in the metro to small-town hardwood lumber in the rural areas of Minnesota there shouldn’t be too much challenge in finding quality hardwood.  

Tip: check out the woodworking clubs below for more local sources and hard to find suppliers of other woodworking tools and hardware.

Minnesota Woodworking Resources

Featured Minnesota Hardwood

While Minnesota is known for it’s 10,000 lakes, there is a wealth of unique Red Oak in Minnesota. If you have seen regional variations, some states are reddish with longer grain patterns in warmer climates. However, Minnesota’s Red Oak supply tends towards a paler color and can be sourced with a higher quantity of knots due to it’s slower and (shorter) growth trees.

Hardwood Lumber in Minnesota Border States

In Conclusion

Not surprisingly, there is no shortage of hardwood lumber in Minnesota as the plains switch to forests in the eastern half of the state.  

Know of a few lumber yards that you think should be on the list? Give us a shout in the comments and we’ll take a look at adding. 

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