Where to go: The prairie plot next to the park office is a good place to catch a glimpse of the color that can be seen in all the prairie sections throughout the park.
Also of interest: Rice Lake is in the middle of a draw down, and the lake is very low. Waterfowl hunting is allowed on Rice Lake, but due to the draw down there is no access at the boat ramp.Last updated: November 6, 2013
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8485 Rose Street
Located 7 miles east of Owatonna on Rose Street. From Hwy 35, take exit 42A. Follow the signs to Rose Street. East on Rose Street to the park.
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Office hours vary. If no one is available, please leave a message.
When office is closed, please use the self-registration station at the front of the office to purchase daily and annual permits, and to register for camping. Annual permits purchased through self-registration will be mailed.