This Scenic State Park In Minnesota Is Home To Trees Older Than The State Itself

Minnesota officially became state way back in 1868. But of course, people have been living here for much longer. And even before the first humans ever set foot in Minnesota, it was abundant with plant and animal life. Today, relics of the state’s past still remain – if you know where to look. One of our favorite spots? A scenic state park that is home to trees older than the entire state. Take a look:

Have you ever visited George H. Crosby Manitou State Park? If you love Minnesota forests, be sure to check out the forest shaped exactly like Minnesota.