This Entire Town In Minnesota Was Turned Into A State Park You Can’t Pass Up

Minnesota has more than 60 state parks — 62, in fact — and each is as beautiful as can be. Most are filled with sparkling lakes, thick woods, raging waterfalls, or waving prairies — or maybe a little of each. But there’s one state park that is a little different from the rest. There’s one Minnesota state park that used to be a town, and you don’t want to pass it up. Read on to learn about Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park, its stunning beauty, and its fascinating history.

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Have you ever been to Forestville? What did you think? To learn more about the cave portion Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park, check out our article about Mystery Cave.

Address: 21071 County Rd. 118, Preston, MN 55965