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Esplora Minnesota

Parchi e natura a Minnesota

“SeaSalt is open early Spring until late Fall. It's a great place to grab a beer/wine, fish taco, some gumbo and hang out on their patio. Often times, there is musical entertainment on the Falls lawn.”
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“Great walking and sightseeing downtown Minneapolis and The Mississippi River. ”
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Intrattenimento generale
“The Como Park Zoo and Marjorie McNeely Conservatory are located in Como Park at 1225 Estabrook Drive, Saint Paul, Minnesota. The park, zoo and conservatory are owned by the City of Saint Paul and are a division of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation.”
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Giardino con sculture
“A beautiful place to walk, sit on a park bench or have a picnic and just take in the sculptures and the skyline.”
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“A really fun lake to walk around because of the beautiful architecture of the surrounding homes. A little quieter than Lake Calhoun.”
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“A visit to Sioux Falls wouldn’t be complete without a trip to our city’s namesake...the Falls! The falls are gorgeous during from spring to fall, with the trademark pink Sioux quartzite contrasting with the lush green grass. You can walk the paths or jump around on the rocks and walk right up to the falls. In the summer, Shakespeare in the park is a fun treat. And we are proud of our new music venue, Levitt at the Falls, with lots of free concerts in the warmer months. If you want a treat, Falls Overlook Cafe is ready with ice cream!”
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“Beautiful views, great interpretive center, easy hikes. In the summer a lot of people swim in the river, or picnic near the lake. Winter XC skiing is incredible. Lots of wildlife if you take the longer hikes.”
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“A bit of a drive but two garden lovers this place is a dream! Open year-round, incredible gardens full of flowers, roses, sculpture, local wildflowers, and even a bee center! One of my favorite places in town, on your Way, drive by Paisley Park and pay tribute to Prince and see the memorabilia and tributes that continue to pepper the fence surrounding Paisley Park.”
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“Theodore Wirth Park is huge and great for running, mountain biking, hiking, and cross country skiing. You can rent equipment there if you need anything.”
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“3min walk. Lovely sunken park with a lake and lots of dog walking, picnicking, festivals etc.”
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“One of the best places to walk around, grab a bite, check out some local museums, see the Mississippi River. Etc. it’s beautiful!”
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“Half a million visitors a year visit Itasca State Park, the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Visitors centers near the entrance and at the headwaters add to the value of your park experience and appreciation for all Itasca has to offer year-round. Only 22 miles north of Park Rapids on US Hwy 71. A spectacular work of nature, over 500,000 tourists from around the world enjoy the beauty of Itasca State Park each year. The park offers 32,690 acres to explore with 2,000 acres of wilderness sanctuary, designated as a National Natural Landmark. The Mississippi River begins its 2,552-mile journey to the Gulf of Mexico here. At the outflow from Lake Itasca, millions of visitors have walked across the headwaters, wading in the footsteps of American history. The park has become a natural and cultural landmark with camping, lodging and naturalist programs for all ages. Year-round recreational opportunities include fishing, canoeing, biking, swimming, picnicking, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and winter camping. There is only one place in the entire world where you can tiptoe across the bubbling beginnings of the mighty Mississippi River. Itasca State Park, established in 1891, is Minnesota’s oldest state park and celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2016. Itasca State Park is regarded as the crown jewel of state parks and the premier highlight of the Lake Country Scenic Byway. People come to walk across the rocks at the Headwaters but also fall in love with the pines, as the 49-square- mile park preserves thousands of acres of old-growth white and red pines. Beautiful visitor centers and historic lodging complement the natural wonders of the park.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Many beautiful hiking and xc skiing trails. Watch kayakers come down the river! Biggest state park in Minnesota.”
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“The Kickapoo Valley Reserve has an extensive system of rustic trails for equestrians, bikers, and hikers. The equestrian and mountain bike trails are open from May 1 through November 15, as weather permits. Hiking is permitted year-round on all trails.”
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“Amazing natural beauty. Waterfalls, cascades and beautiful old pines. Hiking trail is easy and has many great look out spot over the river. Trail is improved and easy but has lots of steps so factor that in if you have elderly people or people with knee problems. You can also just do small section of the 3 mile hike and still see some fantastic views.”
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“Wildcat offers excellent hiking and several drop-in points for tubes, kayaks or canoes!”
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