This Little-Known State Park In Minnesota Is Home To A Beautiful Island Oasis

Living in a state with more than 60 state parks, Minnesotans are no strangers to wonderful places to see the outdoors. Our most popular parks host half a million visitors each year. But others are much less popular. One of the state’s little-known parks happens to be one of Minnesota’s best-kept secrets. Myre-Big Island State Park is home to a beautiful island oasis, and you’ll want to visit. Take a look:

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For more information about visiting Myre-Big Island State Park, check out the Minnesota DNR website.