Voyageurs is also spectacular from a geological perspective. Its rolling hills were carved by multiple periods of glaciation. The park is situated on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield. This shield contains...more
64 State Parks 55 State Forests 1 State Natural Area 2 State Wildlife Areas 548 State Wildlife Management Areas 1 National Park 2 National Forests 7 National Wildlife Refuges
One of our favorite parks! - Love the boating, paved bike trails, excellent kept bathrooms, a short walk to the ranger station, & friendly people! We used to enjoy Hayes Lake State Park & still do, but Lake Bronson has become #1! Looking forward to the coming summers! LOVE LAKE BRONSON STATE PARK!
There is no fishing spot there! - We drove up and down the road for 10 minutes before we found the driveway to a swamp access on a duck pond. No fishing there unless you are he man and can cast past 100 yards of reeds and weeds.
A truly outstanding park. - A pristine prarie environment with sweeping vistas in all directions. Ranger TOM WANOUS is very knowledgeable and helpful. A great family experience and repeat visitors. Thanks
Our favorite park - Aside from the north shore, this is our favorite park ever. We go for a week every summer, we love hiking through the woods and the prairies, swimming, fishing, and canoeing.
Sibley has become a family tradition since I was a child.
boat, hiking, history - I love the park since I was a child. From the time myyounger brother slipped off rock crossing the river and started cring, his foot got wet. Now hes in his 40s and loves hiking and camping
speaking in praise of bur oaks - Why not contact the Commissioner, Tom Landwehr, about the cutting of the oaks. The DNR commissioner has changed with the new Dayton administration and maybe the impetus for cutting oaks, as well.
Forest Harvesting - Forest harvesting is a good thing.Mature oak trees block out sunlite that other vegetation need to grow. New trees will be planted and vegetation will grow and feed the wildlife.In nature forest fires do this but in areas close to houses harvesting is the best opption.It is good for the wildlife and brings in money for other conservation projects like blue herrion nesting in the WMA.This is all a part of wild life management and a part of nature.I have been in forest areas all over MN and WIS. The MN DNR does a great job of forest management.
Forest Harvesting - I would like to know who I should contact to let the DNR know how concerned I am regarding the proposed harvesting of 70 acres of primarily mature, large oak trees? The location of the trees in question is off Anoka County Road 22, 2.5 miles west of the city of Wyoming and I-35. The purpose is purportedly to ?improve wildlife habitat? ???
I understand that the DNR will auction off these magnificent trees and will collect approximately $11 per cord. Who or what is benefiting from this devastation of public land? It certainly isn?t the wildlife or the people of Minnesota.