Snow Depth and Groomed Trail Conditions
Judge Magney State Park
Winter has taken hold of the park and snow is bountiful. Plan a morning visit after a snowfall to discover all the critters that use the park in the winter. Hikers have reported seeing wolves, moose, pine martin, otter, and snowshoe hare in the park after recent snowfalls. Winter walking trails are open, including the trail to Devil's Kettle waterfall - ice cleats or similar traction devices recommended for hiking. Park permits can be purchase at the contact station at the entrance to the park or online.
Park is open for day use but no winter grooming of trails will take place at this location. Although no trails will be groomed, visitors are welcome to ski, snowshoe or hike in the park.
You can snowshoe anywhere in Minnesota's state parks and recreation areas, except on trails that are specifically groomed for another activity, such as skiing or snowmobiling.
- No winter camping is available at the park. Drinking water is not available in the winter.No sanitation facilities available in the park during winter season.
Last updated on January 28, 2022. Local snow depth is 36".
4051 East Highway 61
Grand Marais, MN 55604
The park is located 14 miles northeast of Grand Marais off of Highway 61.
Roads not plowed in winter.
Email: [email protected]
Contact Cascade River State Park at 218-387-6000.