The Amazing Pink Stone Beach Every Minnesotan Will Want To Visit

Despite being the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota isn’t exactly known for its beaches. But we think it should be! Sandy beaches aren’t common, but they do exist here (here are some of our favorites). Rocky beaches are much more common, especially along Minnesota’s North Shore. Today, we want to share a North Shore beach that is covered in rocks but is anything but common. This pink stone beach is unlike anything else in the state, and you’ll definitely want to pay it a visit. Read on below to learn more:

Have you ever been to Iona’s Beach? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! And if you’re interested in another totally unique North Shore beach, check out our past article about Black Beach, a black sand beach on Lake Superior!

Address: Iona's Beach Scientific and Natural Area (SNA), 3548 MN-61, Two Harbors, MN 55616, USA