11. Great River Bluff State Park Great River Bluff Park is located on the Mississippi River southeast of Minnesota. The park contains two separate areas of science and nature (SNAs) The bluffs of the king and queen, everyone has their own unique and stunning views of the river and the country surrounding the bluffs. In the Great River Bluff area, there are things like cycling, hiking and skiing on beautiful trails, camping in tents and RV, picnics and bird watching. 10. John A. Larch State Park larch Park is located on Highway 61 along the Mississippi River between Missippi and Winona, MN. Latsch Park is named after John A, the owner of the successful Winona grocery store. Ricky is also the founder of the Itzhak Walton alliance. Lachi likes to fish in the bluff River area near the park called Hope, faith and charity. One day, he was fishing, enjoying the beauty of the scenery, and was driven away by a local farmer. Raqi immediately purchased the land of the farmers so that everyone could get access to the area. There is a short nature trail leading to the top of the charity cliff in the park, with tent camping, cabin rental and picnic areas. 9. Gooseberry Falls State Park Gooseberry Falls Park is located on the north shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota and north of Duluth. Although it is known for its Gooseberry Falls of the same name, it is also home to stunning Lake Superior shoreline views, forest wildlife, and Gigi falls Gami bicycle trail and citizen care company (CCC) Stone and log structure. Gooseberry Falls Park offers tents and RV camping, hiking, biking and picnic shelters, and a range of winter entertainment. 8. Teague State Park is one of the hidden natural treasures of Minnesota. The park is home to the high waterfalls of the wash River, overlooking the beautiful scenery at the Shovel Point, and a paradise for hikers with miles of trails overlooking the jagged mountains. Rent a country house at the historic tegouche camp or stick to the standard tent camp. Tetegouche State Park is one of the few places to camp all year round. 7. Dabotage State Park dabotage Park is home to the highest waterfall in Minnesota, with more than 120 feet waterfalls. Grand Portage is located along the Pigeon River in MN, near the Canadian border on the shore of Lake Superior. The park is home to the grand potaki National Monument and heritage center, where visitors can learn about the history of early Native Americans and explain to them the era of fur trade. The high waterfall in the big port requires travelers to come out of the boat and take them around the waterfall. The bill is called \"portage\" and the superior bypass of the inland lake at the waterfall is called \"Grand Portage \". 6. Jay Cook State Park, located on the north shore of Minnesota, has three different country-style building areas, all of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Jay Cook, who has the same name as the park, is a very successful banker who ran his business during the civil war. Jay Cook Park offers visitors many ways to camp, hike and ride along the beautiful holy bike. The river Louise is a famous swing suspension bridge. 5. MN\'s Frontenac State Park ParkFrontenac Park is located in Lake Missippi in, a natural extension of the Mississippi River and is considered one of the best bird watching areas in the country. The park is a beautiful place to overlook, and it is also called \"point-no-point\". From a visual point of view, a trick makes the bluff stand out for travelers moving from far to downstream, but when approaching it disappears from the field of view. A member of the Gerard brothers, the first settlers in the nearby town of old fletennak, once from point-no- Use his flying machine to point to a place that is trying to soar on the river. The machine does not work, but he has never been seriously hurt in his attempt. There are bird watching, hiking, camping, canoeing and boating that you can see and do at furlotennak Park. The park is located along the Minnesota Great River Highway, which runs along the Mississippi River from Twin Cities to the Iowa border. This is a wonderful journey. You must take some time. 4. The scenic State Park is located in the national forest of northeast Minnesota. The park has a forest of pristine white and red pine trees that have never been touched by logging interests, as well as pristine views of Lake Coon, Lake Sandwick and lake islands. Some of the things you can see and do in the scenic State Park include hiking Chase point trails in the historic CCC- Camping, camping (camping (drive- Backpack and boat- In available sites) Fishing, kayaking, bird watching and enjoying the scenery. 3. Itasca State Park is the oldest state park in Minnesota and the site of Lake Itasca, the source of the Mississippi River. In 1832 explorer Henry Luo school craft, Lake Itasca is rightly called the source of Mississippi. He named the lake with the Latin word \"truth (verITAS)and \"head\" (CAput) Connect them together to form a new word, Itasca. Located west of Highway 371 near Lake Leech, MN Itasca State Park offers various activities such as camping, fishing, kayaking and hiking. 2. Split Rock Lighthouse State Park Split Rock Lighthouse is located on the shore of Lake Superior, near the two ports of MN. It is said to be the \"lighthouse with the most photos in the United States \". In 1905, the matafa storm damaged 29 ships, resulting in the completion of the lighthouse in 1910. The lighthouse was built before Highway 61 crossed the area, so steam A power Crane was built and supplies were transported in and hoisted to 130-foot cliff. Within 1924, the North Shore Highway from Duluth, MN to the Canadian border was completed, and the Split Rock began to attract tourists from Duluth and other nearby areas. The lighthouse attendant is supposed to be the kind host of the tourists until it gets too much. The Split Rock Lighthouse visitor log recorded 30,000 names, with an estimated total of 90,000 visitors a year, when the lighthouse staff were relieved of their tour guide duties. Split Rock Lantern Park offers activities such as camping, hiking, and fishing. 1. Bear Head Lake State Park bear head Lake Park, although little known outside Minnesota, was selected as the most popular park in the United States in 2010. In a competition designed by a large soft drink company, 5 of them. With 7 million votes, bear head Lake State Park defeated national parks like Yellowstone and Yosemite. Located in the southern part of the canoe area along the Minnesota border, the park is home to black bears, wolves, deer and moose. What you can see and do at Bear Head Lake State Park includes tents and RV camping, fishing, a 17-mile hiking trail and lakes with sandy beaches, boats and canoe passages.