Wenonah is a neighborhood on the southern edge of Minneapolis in the Nokomis Community. The district is bordered by Highway 62, 54th Street, Cedar Avenue, Lake Nokomis, and 34th Avenue. Wenonah is named after Hiawatha's mother, the daughter of Nokomis. Before 1900, Wenonah was a major center for American Indians. Click to Read More
Wenonah has plenty going for it, including public and shopping services. Wenonah is a part of the Nokomis community and the Nokomis East Neighborhood Association, which is comprised of four areas - Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Morris Park and Wenonah. NENA neighborhoods have cooperative access to parks, lakes, a post office, a library and shops.