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The Great Bog Board Walk starts at a pretty pond created by gravel mining and continues on for a mile through the biggest bog in the U.S. There are miniature spruce and tamarack trees, strange ferns, carnivorous plants during the growing season and amazing views...More
We came here for my Father's birthday weekend and stayed in campsite 6.
It was a gorgeous and serene view from our camper to the Tamarac river that flows behind the campground. We even went fishing on a motorboat. We didn't catch anything to brag...More
Bogs are awesome environments, and this one is no exception. Turned around and drove back after I saw the sign. (Don't forget to get your sticker at the nice visitor center). The interpretive signs are very well done and educational. The solitude and the sound...More
This was kind of a strange place. We stopped on a terribly humid June day. The fire tower was right next to the visitor's center. We are trying to climb every fire tower in Minnesota, and this was by far the easiest, wide steps and...More
Wonderful experience! We stayed in Camper Cabin 5, the last in the row of cabins and closest to the outhouse (about 40 feet, which is really nice in the middle of the night when it is cold outside!) Super cozy interior with a propane, faux...More
There are 2 entrances. Go to both sites. Plastic like boardwalk. Terrific explanations about the fauna, bogs, etc. Many deerflies in parking lot & at beach. Great Visitor Center. We went up the fire tower. Great view. Swam in Upper Red Lake. Very shallow, so...More