The best way to explore the largest peat bog in the Lower 48 is a mile-long boardwalk extending out into its unique environment. Many call this Minnesota peatland bog the state’s last true wilderness.

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Have you had the opportunity to visit Big Bog or one of Minnesota’s other unique bog environments?

If you do travel to the area, be sure to visit Zippel Bay State Park on Lake of the Woods.

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