This secluded north woods park is the perfect place to unwind. Quiet and peaceful, the trail system leads hikers through the virgin pine forest that includes a white pine more than 300 years old. Canoeists and anglers enjoy the gentle waters of the Mississippi River. A boat access, picnic area, canoe and drive-in campsites are available to visitors.

9 days ago

A peaceful forest respite among perhaps a noisier tourist’s “up north”. The trees are tall and creaky, the river slow and quiet. It was a beautiful hike spent amongst the crunch of pine needles under our feet and the sun seeping in from above. (Hiked June/2015)

6 months ago

A nice, peaceful park to walk in.

Easy hike along the Mississippi with lots of signs to keep you on trail. You walk through picnic area and campground during hike which was fine because it was very quiet.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Fast, easy trail at a quiet State Park!

5 months ago

Thursday, October 04, 2012