Being in the Upper Midwest, many out-of-towners assume Minnesota is a flat expanse of prairie and farmland. Many don’t even realize that our state has acre upon acre of thick forests, let alone the rocky cliffs of the North Shore. But there’s a section of Minnesota that even natives aren’t always aware of. Southeastern Minnesota is a region of rolling hills that rivals any other nature area in the country. Read on to learn about all there is to do and see in this area below.

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Have you ever visited any towns or parks in Minnesota’s Driftless Area? For more proof that Minnesota isn’t as flat as you may think, check out our article about the Minnesota mountain range that most people do not realize is there.

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