MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This outgoing year was the National Park Service‘s 125th anniversary.

In Minnesota, the birthday celebration will culminate with a candlelight walk and countdown at Fort Snelling State Park.

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Fort Snelling State Park (credit: CBS)

Fort Snelling State Park (credit: CBS)

Visitors can take a stroll through the park’s trails, which will be illuminated by candles and ice luminaries.

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Afterwards, you can roast marshmallows or enjoy a hot beverage around a crackling fire.

The walk will take place from 4 p.m. till 8 p.m. Saturday.

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It is free to participate, but there is a $5 park entrance fee per vehicle.