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Minnesota has one of the nation's great, diverse state parks systems, more than 227,000 acres in 76 parks and recreation areas, with 1,030 miles of hiking trails. Voyageurs National Park is uniquely accessible only by boat. Minnesota is also home to Chippewa and Superior national forests, the latter home to the renowned Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Beyond that there are numerous public campgrounds and parks at the regional, county and city levels.

Minnesota has one of the nation's great, diverse state parks systems, more than 227,000 acres in 76 parks and recreation areas, with 1,030 miles of hiking trails. Voyageurs National Park is uniquely accessible only by boat. Minnesota is also home to Chippewa and Superior national forests, the latter home to the renowned Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Beyond that there are numerous public campgrounds and parks at the regional, county and city levels.

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Picture of Minnesota - Superior National Forest
Minnesota - Superior National Forest
Located in northern Minnesota between Lake Superior and the Canadian border, the Superior National Forest provides over 3 million acres of year-round recreation. Within the Forest, more than 2,000 lakes and rivers offer a chance to canoe, boat, fish and camp where early Native Americans and voyageurs once traveled. Hiking, biking, and skiing trails are abundant. Camping, picnicking, viewing scenery, riding snowmobiles and ATVs, and hunting are also popular. You may see eagles, loon or moose, or hear the howl of a wolf. The Superior National Forest is a premier bird watching location. Three Scenic Byways traverse the Forest, including the North Shore Scenic Drive/All American Road which runs over 150 miles along the beautiful shores of Lake Superior. The one million acre Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness offers a place for solitude and primitive recreation.
$19.95 excl tax
Picture of Minnesota - Chippewa National Forest
Minnesota - Chippewa National Forest
The Chippewa National Forest was established in 1908, becoming the first national forest east of the Mississippi River. The Forest boundary encompasses about 1.6 million acres, with 667,000 acres managed by the Chippewa National Forest. The remaining lands are State, County, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, and private. Lakes and Wetlands-Water is abundant on the Chippewa National Forest, with over 1,300 lakes, 925 miles of streams, 400,000 acres wetlands, and 25 watersheds. Water-based recreation such as fishing, camping, water sports, and swimming are popular on the Forest. Four Season Recreation-While summer visitors enjoy the lakes, fall color enthusiasts take in the 298 miles of non-motorized trails and five scenic byways on the National Forest. Snow lovers explore the Forest by snowmobile, ski, snowshoe, and sled, while spring birders track warblers at fantastic sites like Stony Point. Check with District Ranger Stations to find the best seasonal sites and activities!
$20.00 excl tax