Picnicking

Lower Spring Lake Park Reserve Trailhead (Archery Trail)

This state-of-the-art archery trail provides unique opportunities for archers to test their skills in a real environment. The Archery Trail is located at the Lower Spring Lake Park Reserve Trailhead in Spring Lake Park ...

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Schaar's Bluff Trailhead

The Schaar’s Bluff Trailhead and picnic area provide a scenic overlook of the Mississippi River Valley as well as access to summer hiking and winter ski trails. The large picnic area with shelters can accommodate large group ...

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Spring Lake Park Reserve

Enjoy the feel of northern Minnesota from this scenic park that overlooks the Mississippi River. A rest stop along the Great River Road, Spring Lake Park Reserve is the "hidden jewel" of the Upper Mississippi River ...

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Equestrian Trailhead

​Miles of scenic, wooded equestrian trails offer riders an opportunity to tour Lebanon Hills Regional Park by ...

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West Trailhead

The West Trailhead accesses miles of rolling, wooded, single-track bike trails that offer a challenge to even the hardiest mountain biker. The trailhead is located in the western-most section of Lebanon Hills Regional ...

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Visitor Center Trailhead

The Visitor Center Trailhead is located adjacent to the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center and is a popular spot that provides access to a host of summer and winter activities in Lebanon Hills Regional ...

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Jensen Lake Trailhead

Located in the center of the largest park in Dakota County, the Jensen Lake Trailhead hosts a large, shaded picnic area and provides access to miles of wooded hiking trails, a scenic canoe route, and ski touring trails in Lebanon Hills Regional Park.   Picnic shelter, restrooms, and children's play area ...

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Holland Lake Trailhead

​The Holland Lake Trailhead offers a picturesque view of beautiful Holland Lake and access to more than 12 miles of wooded hiking and cross-country ski trails in Lebanon Hills Regional Park. Picnic shelter and restrooms are handicap ...

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Amerson River Park

Amerson River Park contains 180 acres of pristine forests, meadows, and wetlands surrounded by a river oxbow. The park boasts several high bluffs that provide beautiful views of the river and its banks. Come play on the state-of-the-art handicap-usable playground where all children, regardless of physical ability, can enjoy ...

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What is the head count of moose in the Grand Teton national park
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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, Moose, Picnicking
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