Few People Know About This Minnesota State Park Covered In Bluebells

Carley State Park is one of the least visited in the state park system, but if you want to see spring wildflowers in Minnesota, there are few (if any, really) better places to visit. This is particularly true during bluebell season when the park is practically covered with them.

Check with a local ranger or visit the park’s website to find out when the peak time for wildflowers is. When in the area, be sure to take some time to visit and explore all that the charming small town of Plainview has to offer – you will not be disappointed.

Have you visited Carley State Park to see the bluebells or other spring wildflowers? What are some other places in the Land of 10,000 Lakes with an incredible natural wonder that we should know about?

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Address: Carley State Park, 50366 Wabasha County Rd 4, Plainview, MN 55964, USA