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Parks und Natur in Burnett County

Erstklassige Parks

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“Great place to enjoy nature and the St. Croix River...arrange to rent a bike or kayak/canoe to paddle down the river. The guide service picks you up down river and brings you back!”
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“Great hiking and biking along the beautiful National Scenic St. Croix River.”
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“Hiking that isn't too far away. Just go south on Cross Lake Road (for like 5 seconds), take a left (East) on St. Croix Rd (Hwy 8), keep going east for about 10 miles. There's hiking trails and a great canoeing area. I love being outdoors and it's another place to explore!”
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Park
“Great park, picnic facilities, nice playground, beach, boat launch, fishing pier, Thursday night music in the park in the summer.”
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Park
“Cut your own trail or find an existing. Too many birds and other wildlife to list.”
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Park
“The level grade and limestone surface make this trail suitable for bicyclists, walkers and joggers. A state trail pass is required for bicycling. You can buy annual and daily passes from designated vendors along the trail or at the Polk and Burnett County tourism centers. From December 1 through March 31 you may operate your snowmobile, ATV and UTV on the Gandy Dancer Trail when there is a 4-inch groomed snow base and trails are officially open. If there is no snow, the trail is open for ATV and UTV use once the Frozen Ground Trail System is open. The trail also connects to numerous miles of county winter trails.”
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Campground
“Start your canoe/kayak adventure or hike around the cliffs and river that running through them.”
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