Quiet Time at Tettegouche

Nov 28, 2022State Parks

It’s no surprise that nearly half a Million people visit Tettegouche State Park each year. The deep gorge carved by the Baptism River with its steep cliffs, dark forests and roaring falls casts a spell that’s hard to resist. But when the fall season draws to a close and the shady valleys begin to freeze, the crowds retreat and it’s quiet time on Minnesota’s North Shore.

Since 1991 the Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota has saved 300 acres of land, to be added to Tettegouche State Park. 
Find out more at parksandtrails.org

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