November is hunting season here in Minnesota. Deer hunters have done their work creating game trails, working food plots, setting up stands and blinds. They’ve been waiting all year to get out in the stand, they are ready! And you should be too. Check out these November hiking tips to keep your hiking season going in a safe and considerate manner.
Miss the peak colors of the North Shore? Don’t worry, Lake Superior isn’t the only place to go ‘Leaf Peeping.’ Take a look down South! These parks can still scratch that autumn itch without the long drive north.
Day trip or weekend getaway, this park will not disappoint. With an amazing view from the observation tower and miles for trails, you’ll be adventuring non-stop.
Hiking season is here, although it never really goes away, am I right? As the weather warms up, it gets easier and more comfortable to get the little adventurers out on the trail. Keeping kids fed while hiking is essential for a good time. There is nothing worse than a hangry toddler or the complaintsContinue reading “Trail Snacks for Kids & Toddlers”
A park for a quick day trip or a weekend of history. This park can accommodate both. Check out all that this little park has to offer.
Experience Minnesota State Parks in a whole new light, or lack there of. These 6 nighttime winter adventures will give you a chance to see a different side of the wilderness.
Don’t shy away from the cold this winter. Embrace it with these 6 Minnesota State Parks that will have you out enjoying the beauty all winter long!
It’s adventure time! Grab your kids, make a plan and go! One of my favorite things to do is hike with my kids. I didn’t start hiking frequently with my daughter until she was a bit older, about 3 years old. That wait was unnecessary, my son was about a month old on his firstContinue reading “8 Tips for Day Hike Success with Little Adventurers”
This park is located out just outside of New London Minnesota. It’s not a highly trafficked park. We hiked on a Wednesday and were at the park for about 2 hours before seeing anyone else on the trail. A great place to hike if you are gearing up/training for a longer more rigorous hike, whichContinue reading “Sibley State Park: More than Expected”