There Is A Natural Stone Arch In Minnesota, And You'll Find It At Frontenac State Park
By Betsy Rathburn|Published April 22, 2020
Betsy is a Minneapolis-based writer who's lived in Minnesota for 20 years. If you know of any amazing Minnesota restaurants, nature areas, or other attractions, feel free to let her know about them at email@example.com or on Twitter @betsyrathburn.
Believe it or not, Minnesota has more than a few geological wonders. For example, the Magnetic Rock Trail takes you to a 60-foot-tall magnetic rock in the middle of the Minnesota wilderness. Hollow Rock Island is one of the most beautiful places on the North Shore. And Jeffers Petroglyphs, an outcrop of pink quartzite, has been a gathering place for thousands of years. Today, we’d like to add another Minnesota geological wonder to the list. At Frontenac State Park, there’s a natural stone arch in the middle of the woods. This unique attraction is the only one of its kind in Minnesota. Read on to learn all about it.
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