Where to go: All the hiking trails are open and offer good conditions for late fall hiking.
What you'll see: Most trees have lost their leaves, but a few oak trees are still showing rust red and brown color.
Also of interest: Look for trumpeter swans and waterfowl on lakes and wetlands. Hawks and songbirds are migrating through the park. Equestrian Trails are closed for the season. Boat, Canoe and Kayak rentals also closed for the season. Backpack camping available throughout the winter months...first come first serve only...no reservations accepted.Last updated: November 3, 2014
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11411 Clementa Avenue Northwest
The park may be reached from the south via I-94 (exit 193) at Hwy 25, south to Chelsea Rd to Hwy 39 west and Wright County Rd 111, or from the north via I-94 (exit 183) to Hwy 8, County Rd 39 and County Rd 111.
Best time to contact the park:
Friday - Monday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Other times, leave message on machine.