St. Croix State Park
Secluded vacations don’t always mean camping. Check out a few of these cabins for a relaxing stay in the woods.
The holidays are an excellent time to gather your family and take off to one of the many unique locations around Minnesota.
Two Minnesota storms have left a mark so big, it’ll take several years to clean up the damage. “I see trees and sticks all over the place,” said one little girl who was caught up in one of the storms east of Hinckley, Minn in July.
Several areas of St. Croix State Park will reopen on Monday after they were significantly damaged from the July 1 storm swept through the area, officials with the Minnesota DNR announced Friday.
Labor Day Weekend marks the “official” end of the summer and the Minnesota DNR wants you to know there are still plenty of campsites available at state parks.
Minnesota wardens are urging residents to stay out of two state parks that sustained severe tree damage in a recent thunderstorm.
Two more displaced trees from Target Field have found a home.
Even if the weather has been very February-like lately, the truth is that it will, sooner or later, be warm and sunny. But it’s definitely not too soon to make plans to visit one of Minnesota’s state parks this summer.