Trail Snow Report
La Salle Lake State Recreation Area
Spring snow conditions are here with warmer temperatures during the day and freezing at night. Still snow, but slushy conditions during the day with numerous bare spots appearing. Snow depth in the woods ranges from 0 to over 16 inches in shaded/protected areas. Snow is settling and conditions are deteriorating quickly.
Snowmobile Trails: Grooming ended for the season on March 20. Still snow and poor to fair conditions on the trail.
Snowshoe Trails: Snowshoeing around the trails is hard work with the icy conditions in the early morning and soft snow during the day. With warm daytime temperatures be prepared for sticky snow and bare spots.
Nature Notes: LaSalle Lake is froze over, but ice conditions are deteriorating. Visitors are asked to use caution around any ice since ice thickness can vary, especially around any flowing water near streams, creeks and rivers. Enjoy the arrival of spring birds! Trumpeter swans, Canada geese, robins, killdeer, juncos and hawks are arriving. Enjoy the year-round resident woodpeckers, black-billed magpies, nuthatches and chickadees.
|Trail conditions: poor|
|Trail groomed? no|
|Trail base: 0-4"|
|Trail mileage: 0.0|
There are no groomed ski trails, but you may ski or snowshoe anywhere in the Recreation Area except on trails groomed for snowmobiling. You can find groomed ski trails at Itasca State Park when conditions are favorable.
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.
Last updated on March 28, 2019. Local snow depth is 0-16".
10221 County Road 9
Solway, MN 56678
From the north entrance of Itasca State Park, proceed north on Clearwater County Road 2 for 6 miles. Turn right onto Clearwater County Road 40 and proceed 4 miles. CR 40 becomes Hubbard County Road 9. The recreation area will be on your right, on the south side of the road.N47 20.819 W095 9.491
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Please contact Itasca State Park at 218-699-7251.