This Remote State Park In Minnesota Is A Haven For Wildlife

Anyone who’s spent time in the Land of 10,000 Lakes knows that this state is crawling with wildlife. In the north, bears and moose are the rulers of the forest. In the south, buffalo still roam a small part of Minnesota prairie. And all over the state, birds, deer, rodents, insects, and more make their homes in Minnesota. There’s a remote state park in Minnesota that is a haven for wildlife. Next time you want to see Minnesota wildlife, head to Lac qui Parle State Park.

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For more information about this beautiful park, including how to book your visit, take a look at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website. And if you love little-known state parks in Minnesota, check out our article about Minnesota’s most overlooked state park.