This Fascinating Minnesota Mine Has Been Abandoned And Reclaimed By Nature For Decades Now

The Hill Annex Mine ceased operations in 1978. In the decades since, nature has reclaimed this abandoned Minnesota mine, and it has become a seasonal state park open to visitors from May to September.

Editor’s Note: Unfortunately, tours are no longer offered at Hill Annex Mine.

For hours and days of operation or more information on tours, visit Hill Annex Mine State Park’s website. If you’re looking for a nearby place for dinner after your visit to the park, check out Unwined Up North in Grand Rapids – especially if you’re a wine or beer enthusiast.

Have you visited Hill Annex Mine? What are some other abandoned spots in Minnesota that have been reclaimed by nature over the decades?

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Address: Hill Annex Mine State Park, 880 Gary St, Calumet, MN 55716, USA