Voyageurs is also spectacular from a geological perspective. Its rolling hills were carved by multiple periods of glaciation. The park is situated on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield. This shield contains...more
52 State Parks 10 State Forests 9 State Wildlife Management Areas 1 National Park 2 National Forests 6 National Wildlife Refuges
FAMILY HISTORY - My mother was born and raised in this area until she was about 6 years old or so. Her family name was Hendershot, a name that is well known up there. I remember many stories she would tell my brother Tommy and I about life in Northern Minnesota.
The best - I have stayed at Kathio for many years and find the park and the staff to be exceptional. I go at the not busy times and find it very quiet and peaceful. The stars at night are amazing.The staff go out of there way to make your stay great.
Not for horse lovers!! - Limited trails that are not kept up for starters, the horse camp was not taken care of at all not worth the money or long trip to get there. Then there was the part that there were people camping in the horse camp without horses but had no problem letting their kids run around spooking the horses!
Memories of Picnics at Camden State Park - We had many family gatherings at Camden State Park in earlier years when we would drive past the Park Ranger Home(which I saw today) and we could drive over the old bridge to the only picnic areas of that time. Us children would like to climb up the big hill or at least we thought it was big then. I usually slipped back down before getting to the top.
Been going there all my life. - The name of this State Park has been changed to Great River Bluffs State Park. It covers a range of terrains from prairie and meadow to Pine forest and Hardwood forest. Stunning views overlooking the Mississippi River as well as wooded valleys. Most trails are easy to moderate. Only a couple of slightly challenging trails. Beautiful place.
One of our favorite parks! - Love the boating, paved bike trails, excellent kept bathrooms, a short walk to the ranger station, & friendly people! We used to enjoy Hayes Lake State Park & still do, but Lake Bronson has become #1! Looking forward to the coming summers! LOVE LAKE BRONSON STATE PARK!
There is no fishing spot there! - We drove up and down the road for 10 minutes before we found the driveway to a swamp access on a duck pond. No fishing there unless you are he man and can cast past 100 yards of reeds and weeds.
A truly outstanding park. - A pristine prarie environment with sweeping vistas in all directions. Ranger TOM WANOUS is very knowledgeable and helpful. A great family experience and repeat visitors. Thanks