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Growing up in the area going to Jay Cooke State Park was always a family favorite. To have it closed for so many years was very difficult. Thank you thank you for opening it up again! The views the vistas the windong Road there's nothing...More
My date and I overlooked amazing views and discussed the big flooding of 2012 and whats changed. Awesome walking trails and views. We just missed Fall colors by a week but it smelled like Fall with the leaves on the ground. I will definitely go...More
Jay Cooke is alive with color. The trails are clear and well maintained. We loved the river sounds and sites. Birds chirping, moss growing, leaving blazing with color - what more could you ask for? The Munger bike trail is paved and runs the length...More
I drove in to camp one night on the way to the North Shore parks the first weekend of October. Coming in from twin cities was a bit confusing. There were few signs from the highway pointing us to the park. We managed to drove...More
The views of the river are beautiful. Really incredible.
We went across the swinging bridge. Great views of the river. We then hiked the Silver Creek loop about 3.5 miles. We did it in under 2 hours. Nice birch forest and some interesting mushrooms...beautiful but...More
Made reservations and asked about showers as my camper is only a teardrop. They affirmed showers. Showed up and the entire campground's water was shut off all season while they build a massive new bathroom. Porta potties without toilet paper. Gross grounds with litter everywhere....More