Together "Twin Cities" Minneapolis and state capital, St. Paul, paint a very urban picture that lacks not for cultural color nor pleasant parks with proximity to river, wilderness and Amish country for extra polish.
Free from the traffic of drive-in camping, a cart-in campground offers 22 tent sites and 4 camping cabins.3 canoe-in sites and 2 group camps are also available. All sites are near a scenic "heritage fishing" lake. The restroom/shower building is open 5/7-10/9. Picnic area has a shelter,swimming beach and fishing pier. 9 miles of hiking/ski trails, including 2 nature trails,roam the park. Trail center and historic lodge are open year-round. Park rents boats, canoes, kayaks, skis and snowshoes
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