Where to go: For a wonderful prairie hike head out on any of the horse trails. For a mix of scenery head out on the trail to the highest elevation in the park.
What you'll see: Horse trails: You will see the vast open prairie, and hike over the rolling hills. Highest elevation trail: You will start out by hiking thru the campgrounds that sit atop an Esker. From there you will head to the highest point the trail will be open prairie for awhile then transition and you will be on the edge of the prairie and woods, then the farthest loop section of the trail will take you thru the woods.
Also of interest: Camping is open of the season thru MEA weekend. Four electric camper cabins are open year round.Last updated: September 1, 2015
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25022 County Road 41
From the town of Starbuck, go 3 miles south on Highway 29, then 2 miles south on County Road 41.
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For information, call the park at 320-239-2860. Please leave a message if no one is available and someone will return your call.