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Cascade River State Park

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Where to go: Birch and aspen are just past peak along the shore of Lake Superior. Maples, birch, and aspen further inland are dropping leaves quickly while trees along the Lake are still holding on.

What you'll see: Hike to the waterfalls or up to Lookout Mountain for the best views.

Also of interest: Fall is a wonderful time to visit Cascade River State Park! Take a walk along the river to a few waterfalls, view Lake Superior along the lake trail, or hike up to Lookout Mountain at 600 feet above Lake Superior. Please note that water will be turned off in the campground on 10/19/14.

Last updated: October 15, 2014 

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Getting there

3481 West Highway 61
Lutsen, MN 55612


10 miles southwest of Grand Marais, and approximately 265 miles from the Twin Cities. The office is located just off State Highway 61 at mile post 101.

Contact

Phone: 218-387-3053


Email: cascaderiver.statepark@state.mn.us


Best time to contact the park:

Spring, Fall & Winter: Daily, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Summer: Hours extended.