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Reserve A Campsite
The following state parks, all within 100 miles of the Twin Cities, had at least 10 reservable campsites remaining for the holiday weekend as of June 24 (information courtesy Minnesota DNR):

• Carley State Park (near Rochester), a spot to hike and trout fish amid wildflowers and white pines along the Whitewater River.
• Flandrau State Park (New Ulm), with overlooks along the Big Cottonwood River, hiking and a filtered sand-bottom swimming pool.
• Minneopa State Park (Mankato), where highlights include waterfalls and panoramic views.
• Myre-Big Island State Park (Albert Lea), with rental canoes and kayaks available for exploring Albert Lea Lake, a haven for waterfowl, and the 6-mile paved Blazing Star State trail, which connects to Albert Lea.
• Rice Lake State Park (Owatonna), which has a variety of songbirds to observe while paddling the lake or hiking the park’s 5 miles of trails.
• St. Croix State Park (Hinckley), the state’s largest state park, with 34,000 acres bordered by the St. Croix and Kettle rivers, a swimming beach, a fire tower, 21 miles of mountain bike trails and a 5.5-mile paved bike trail.
• Sakatah Lake State Park (near Faribault), a place to boat and bike, with access to the 39-mile paved Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail that runs through the park.

Many campsites are available at state parks further from the metro area including:

• In the southwest, Big Stone Lake and Camden state parks.
• In the central region, Charles A. Lindbergh State Park.
• In the southeast, Forestville/Mystery Cave and Great River Bluffs state parks.
• In the northwest, Red River SRA, Hayes Lake, Lake Bronson, Maplewood, Old Mill and Zippel Bay state parks.
• In the northeast, Scenic and Schoolcraft state parks.

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