Tettegouche State Park, Minnesota
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Tettegouche State Park is located in Minnesota. Arrange your visit to Tettegouche State Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Silver Bay using our Silver Bay family vacation planner.
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Nous y sommes restés peu de temps mais suffisamment pour que je tombe amoureux de cet endroit! Incontournable si vous êtes de passage dans la région! Vous en prenez tellement plein les yeux que vous e... read more »We stayed there shortly but enough so that I fall in love with this place! Must if you are passing through the area. You take so full the eyes that you forget that you have sore legs!show original
we enjoyed and loved this park years ago and returned again this year. since our last visit they have a larger and newer (2 years old) information/visitor center that serves this park and others in th... read more »
Located on HWY 61 N We didn't explore the entire park, but made a stop while on our way north. We took the stairs down to the "beach" area. It's filled with ricks - fun for skipping. You can swim, but... read more »
What else can you say? Beautiful! Amazing! Wonderful experience to bring the family to. Nice, easy walking paths, and a great little shop/bathroom/info building. One of my favorite places to stop when Im up north!
An amazing place to experience the northern superior shorelines. Plenty of hiking trails nearby and great scenery. Makes for a great family camping trip. The facilities have showers and bathrooms that are maintained fairly decent by the staff. Best time to experience the north shores is during the spring and fall. Fall colors are amazing!
Very nice rest area/state park entrance with a decently stocked shop (camping stuff like batteries and bug spray in case you forgot) and coffee shop. They have some very beautiful scenery and there are some cool talks from the rangers.
Located on the Baptism River. Quiet secluded campsites. Well maintained. Helpful, curtious staff.
The hidden gem of Minnesota north shore parks. Amazing waterfalls on the Baptism River tumble down cliffs formed during the ice age to the clear blue waters of Lake Superior, the largest lake in the world. Hiking and cross country ski trails allow access to the natural beauties of the park. Winter and summer it is magnificent. There are a variety of campsites. Some for tenters.offering quiet solitude. The campsites for RV's offer electric access. There is a year round bathroom in the campground with showers. Camping at Tettegouche in the winter is wonderful and without too many fellow campers or mosquitos. Its pretty good in summer to.
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