Minnesota's Favorite Places
Summer or winter, Lake Minnetonka is beautiful and is easy to get to, being in the western suburbs of Minneapolis. Love to boat on it. In spite of being settled all around it, there are parks on islands. It’s aldo … Continue reading
I was four years old the first time I went to Jay Cooke for a family reunion on my mom’s side. I know it may be hard to realize but I remember everything. The building, the fireplace, the music, the … Continue reading
One of my favorite places in Minnesota is the Minnetonka Regional Trail. Having grown up just a few blocks from multiple points on the trail, I have spent many hours traversing the regional trail to a variety of destinations. Before … Continue reading
The Gunflint Trial, located near Grand Marais, MN, has always been one of my favorite places. The natural beauty and peace found along the Trail is unrivaled in the state and arguably, the nation. There are so many activities to … Continue reading
A beautiful and unique region of Minnesota with excellent fishing for wild trout in cold spring-fed streams.
I first discovered Savanna Portage State Park one October weekend, a few years ago. I was having one of those Fridays when the walls of my office just seemed too close and the idea of spending the weekend indoors was … Continue reading
Tettegouche S.P. is such a vast wonderland that has big lakes, small lakes, high falls, rocky cliffs, peaceful valleys, historic camps, amazing vistas, friendly locals, and wildlife living free as they’re meant to be.
Harold loves the views overlooking Mississippi River and Lake Pepin and the fall colors.
Minnesota’s north shore has been my favorite place since I was a child. The cliffs and rocks, the waves an water as far as the eye can see. There are a million activities all along the shore. I enjoy down … Continue reading
From Noah Shavit-Lonstein: Interstate State Park, despite its annoying and self-contradictory name, is one of the gems of the Minnesota State Parks system. It’s the park so fun they couldn’t keep it in one state: the natural area is split … Continue reading