13 Mar The North Shore State Parks – Fun thing to do
The North Shore State Parks – Fun thing to do
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What are the North Shore State Parks?
The parks along the North Shore number eight. They are…
Gooseberry Falls State
Features waterfalls, river, forest and Lake Superior Shoreline. See all vis hiking, walking, cross country and bike trails.
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park
State park with lighthouse. Has great hiking trails and winter trails dedicated to Fat Bikes.
Tettegouche State Park
Has Lakeside, riverside, inland lakes, waterfalls and hikes along Lake Superior. Has historic camp with cabin rentals.
George Crosby Manitou State Park
Surrounds the Manitou river with hiking, rustic hike-in campsites and picnicking. Great place for peace and quiet.
Temperance River State Park
Has amazing river gorges. Has waterfalls, two-foot bridges, hiking, and camping.
Cascade River State Park
Great hiking and cross-country ski trails. Plus, trails you climb to Lookout Mountain.
Judge Magney State Park
Home to the Devil’s Kettle. Hike alongside and high above the river along great hiking trails.
Grand Portage State Park
Highest waterfall in Minnesota. Plunges 120 feet down the international border Pigeon River. Fabulous visitor center. You can see Canada from there.
Purchase a park permit for a year of unlimited visits
Four seasons of outdoor fun. Purchase a $35.00 year-round permit that provides unlimited visits. To over 75 Minnesota State parks and recreation areas. Otherwise a $7 one-day permit. https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/permit.html
This one of those places to visit that you will always remember that moment. And I suggest this for anyone who wants to experience something very special. So much to see. It is one of the great destinations in all of Minnesota!
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