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Minnesotas highest falls at 120 feet.
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'High Falls'
© Joseph Valerius

Minnesotas highest falls at 120 feet.

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Minnesota's Arrowhead Region Parks


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State Forests
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locale
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National Forests
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National Wildlife Refuges
15
State Parks
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State Wildlife Management Areas

Parks in this region are near these Minnesota Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
DULUTH
GRAND RAPIDS
HIBBING
CLOQUET

Ann Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Athens State Wildlife Management Area
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Banning State Park
Treat yourself to a visit to Banning State Park, just minutes off I-35 near Sandstone. In the spring, watch daring canoeists and kayakers shoot the turbulent rapids at Blueberry Slide, Mother's Delight, Dragon's Tooth and Hell's Gate. In the summer, hike along the Kettle River amid dramatic sandstone ........more >
Baptism River State Park
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Bean Dam State Wildlife Management Area
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Bear Island State Forest
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Big Fork State Forest
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Cascade River State Park Recreation Site
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Cedar State Wildlife Management Area
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Chengwatana State Forest
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Chippewa National Forest
Located in northern Minnesota, lies the Chippewa National Forest. The Forest boundary encompasses about 1.6 million acres, of which about 665,000 acres are managed by the USDA Forest Service. Aspen, birch, pines, balsam fir, and maples blanket the rolling uplands of the forest. In between, water ........more >
Crooked Road State Wildlife Management Area
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Cutfoot Sioux National Recreation Trail
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D A R Memorial State Forest
DAR State Forest was established in 1929 when the Daughters of the American Revolution DAR donated 1,020 acres to the Commonwealth. Almost 750 additional acres have been acquired since then, including Upper and Lower Highland Lakes. DAR offers a popular beach for swimming on Upper Highland Lake, ........more >
Dye State Wildlife Management Area
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Farm Island State Wildlife Management Area
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Finland State Forest
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Fond du Lac State Forest
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General C C Andrews State Forest
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George H Crosby Manitou State Park
Come to this north-country wilderness park where waterfalls cascade through a volcanic canyon surrounded by majestic forest. The trails in the park are carved through a forest of fir, cedar, spruce, and northern hardwoods. Although the trails are steep and challenging for hikers and backpackers, they ........more >
George Washington State Forest
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Gold Portage State Wildlife Management Area
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Golden Anniversary State Forest
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Gooseberry Falls State Park
Gooseberry Falls is the gateway to the North Shore. It is known for its spectacular waterfalls, river gorge, Lake Superior shoreline, Civilian Conservation Corps log and stone structures, and north woods wildlife. Listen to the thunderous roar of the Upper, Middle and Lower Falls of the Gooseberry ........more >
Grand Mound State Park
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Grand Portage State Forest
Torrents of wild water plummet 120 feet over the High Falls down to the Pigeon River in this park on the U.S. - Canadian border. The falls, the highest in the state, presented a serious obstacle to river travel, so a carrying place, or portage, was necessary. American Indians created the ancient nine-mile ........more >
Grayling State Wildlife Management Area
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Hay-Snake State Wildlife Management Area
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Hill River State Forest
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Isabella Lake State Forest
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Jay Cooke State Park
Park trails link up to the Willard Munger State Trail at the north edge of the park perfect for backpackers, bikers both mountain and tour, hikers, horseback riders, and skiers. Check out the wildflowers in the spring, and the vivid colors in the fall. Walk on the swinging suspension bridge high above ........more >
Judge C R Magney State Park
Come for the quiet, the solitude, and the famous Devil's Kettle waterall. The most popular hike leads from the trailhead upstream along the Brule River to Devil's Kettle, where the river splits around a mass of volcanic rock. Half of the river plunges 50 feet into a pool, while the rest pours into a ........more >
Kadunce River State Park
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Kettle Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Kettle River State Wildlife Management Area
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Kimberly State Wildlife Management Area
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Koochiching State Forest
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Lake Five State Wildlife Management Area
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Lake Insula State Forest
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Little Willow State Wildlife Management Area
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Marget Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Mark State Wildlife Management Area
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McGowan State Wildlife Management Area
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Mervin State Wildlife Management Area
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Minnesota State Forest
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Nemadji State Forest
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Newstrom State Wildlife Management Area
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Pat Bayle State Forest
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Pine Island State Forest
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Rice Creek State Wildlife Management Area
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Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge
The 18,064-acre Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1935 and is located in the scenic forest and bog area of northern Minnesota. Visitors can enjoy a range of habitats, including lake, river, bog and hardwood forest. ltPgtThe Refugeaposs history centers around the 4,500-acre Rice ........more >
Ripple River State Wildlife Management Area
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Rock Marsh State Wildlife Management Area
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Saint Croix State Forest
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Saint Croix State Park
Plan an extended visit to St. Croix. With over 34,000 acres and two great rivers the Saint Croix River, a National Scenic Riverway, and the Kettle River, a State Wild and Scenic River, there's so much to do. Explore the rivers by canoe or with a fishing pole. Swim at Lake Clayton or climb a fire tower. ........more >
Salo Marsh State Wildlife Management Area
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Sandstone National Wildlife Refuge
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Sandstone State Wildlife Management Area
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Savanna Portage State Park
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Savanna State Forest
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Sawyer State Wildlife Management Area
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Scenic State Park
With its pristine lakes, virgin pines, swimming beach, and nesting osprey, Scenic State Park is well deserving of its name. Here, visitors can hike the Chase Point Trail for hypnotic views of Coon and Sandwick Lakes and listen to the wind whistle through the the giant pines. The park's overnight facilities ........more >
Smokey Bear State Forest
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Snake River State Forest
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Solana State Forest
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Split Rock Lighthouse State Park
This park is situated on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Perhaps best known for its historic lighthouse, this park offers numerous recreational opportunities. Visitors can cart-in their supplies to pristine campsites along Lake Superior. Scenic trails along the lake link up to the spectacular Superior ........more >
State Park Headquarters
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Superior National Forest
Located in northeastern Minnesotaaposs arrowhead region, lies the Superior National Forest comprising three million acres. The Forest spans 150 miles along the United States-Canadian border. Here you can find recreation opportunities year round, including travel in the ltA HREFquothttp//www.superiornationalforest.org/bwcaw/quotgt ........more >
Swamp Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Temperance River State Park
Take the trail that winds along the edge of the Temperance River gorge and enjoy the rushing waterfalls surrounded by pine, spruce, cedar and birch forests. The rapidly flowing river has cut deep potholes in and along the riverbed. Hike the trail to Hidden Falls or connect up with trails into the Superior ........more >
Tettegouche State Park
Come to Tettegouche for a great sense of the North Shore the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point rocky, steep cliffs and inland bluffs the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River and the historic Tettegouche Camp where visitors can stay the night. This is a hiker's paradise with miles of ........more >
Tosher Creek State Wildlife Management Area
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Wealthwood State Forest
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Whited State Wildlife Management Area
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