The Awesome Hike In Minnesota That Will Take You Straight To An Abandoned Lighthouse

From ghost towns to abandoned hospitals, Minnesota is a paradise for those who love the world’s forgotten places. In the prairie south, windswept farms add a ghostly appeal to the landscape. And in the north, the eerie remains of the mining boom are just one example of an interesting adventure. You could also take a walk along Duluth’s Park Point Trail to discover the remains of a long-forgotten lighthouse. The beautiful hike is about four miles total and comes with a fascinating ending. Take a look:

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For more eerie fun, check out our road trip to nine of Minnesota’s most fascinating abandoned places.