The Unique, Out-Of-The-Way Beach In Minnesota That’s Always Worth A Visit

Being the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota has a lot of beaches! Some are sandy spots, like the beach at Afton State Park. Others are covered in rugged rocks – and maybe even a few agates – like Brighton Beach in Duluth. And still others are something else entirely, like the beach we’d like to introduce today. Visitors to Iona’s Beach first notice the pink pebbles that line the shore. But they soon discover the beach’s other unique feature: its sound. Read on below to learn about this unique, out-of-the-way Minnesota beach that is always worth a visit:

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Have you been to Iona’s Beach? What did you think? For another favorite North Shore beach, also check out our past article about Black Beach, Minnesota’s only black-sand beach!

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