Minnesota’s Biggest State Park Is St. Croix State Park, And It’s 34,000 Acres Of Fun

Minnesota is home to 67 state parks. These beautiful oases are found in every corner of the state, and they draw visitors thanks to their breathtaking natural scenery, proximity to wildlife, and excellent camping accommodations. Each is great in is own way, but there’s one Minnesota state park that stands out above the rest thanks to its enormous size. St. Croix State Park is the largest state park in Minnesota. It covers 33,895 acres of land in east-central Minnesota, and your visit will be simply unforgettable. Read on to learn about everything you can do in this huge park.

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Have you been to St. Croix State Park? What was your favorite part? If you’re interested in Minnesota state parks, check out our list of 11 of Minnesota’s most underappreciated state parks.