Now that one of the worst winters in decades is over, the Department of Natural Resources wants to remind us that summer awaits in Minnesota’s State Parks.
Frank and Chris had great fun during their second day in Dresser, Wis. on Friday. The guys headed to Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area, which has activities for every age and ability. There’s skiing and snowboarding, of course, and it’s all on perfectly groomed runs that help keep you upright. And they’re open until 3 a.m. on Friday nights!
Michael Goodnature, the natural resources manager for Ramsey County Parks joined John Hines on the WCCO Morning News
Deer bow hunting season starts Saturday, and we found out it’s a growing trend among Minnesota hunters.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources begins accepting applications next Tuesday, July 1, for the two special archery deer hunts at Camp Ripley. Because of military training needs, this year’s hunts are being held about a week later than usual: the weekends of Oct. 26-27 and Nov. 2-3.
Almost before he could even hold his own bow, Jeremiah Cusick was setting his sights on a bull’s-eye.
Need some outdoor fun this weekend? Head out to the Game Fair at the Armstrong Ranch Kennels, west of Anoka.
A Big Lake Phy-Ed teacher is on paid administrative leave after he allegedly shot a gopher during an archery class.
It’s not sanctioned by the high school league, but it’s growing in popularity — especially at Champlin Park High School, where archery is gaining momentum.
On Tuesday night, Mike Max was joined by Mitch Petrie (in for Ron Schara) for WCCO Live outdoors. A lot of archery talk, as Mike and Mitch welcomed photographer and writer Mitch Kezar in the […]