Some say the more we focus on technology, the less we appreciate the world’s natural beauty. But over the past several years, Minnesota state parks have seen the opposite.
Minnesota State Parks may soon be host to gun safety classes.
The trend has been around for a couple years and it’s likely to continue – packed camping grounds.
This year’s unusually early spring is a boon for outdoor enthusiasts. Even though it’s still (barely) March, it’s definitely not too soon to make plans to visit one of Minnesota’s state parks this summer.
Officials say they’re pleased with the relaunch of a troubled campground reservations system for Minnesota state parks.
Minnesota’s new park reservation system is about to resume taking some camping and lodging reservations after crashing nearly three weeks ago following its launch, the state Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday.
If you are feeling the winter blues — especially after the traffic snarls we experienced this week — it may be time to make your escape.
The Minnesota DNR announced Tuesday it has awarded more than $7 million to 28 local communities through its Parks and Trails Legacy Grant Program.
Each winter, fastest growing winter sport of snowshoeing sweeps Minnesota each winter after the first good snowfall. Check out these locations for some of Minnesota’s best snowshoeing terrains.
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.
Family-oriented programs resume this weekend at Minnesota’s state parks as they return to normal after the state government shutdown.
The end of the state government shutdown may have led to the shattering of an old record, as Minnesotans flocked to make state park reservations.
State campground reservations are now open for business in Minnesota.
Minnesota state parks resume taking reservations for campsites and cabins at 8 a.m. Tuesday following the state government shutdown.
As the state works to slowly but surely get back to business after a three-week government shutdown, state parks — and Canterbury Park — are on their way to pre-shutdown operations.
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