Schoolcraft State Park


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Schoolcraft State Park


Location:State Highway 6 to County Road 28 west (turns into 65 W), then north on County Road 74.
Facilities:28 drive-in campsites, canoe-in campsite, group camp, picnic area, hiking trails (2 miles), boat access.
Activities:Camping, river fishing, canoeing, hiking, showshoeing.
Special Features:Located within Chippewa National Forest (see separate entry in national forests section), this quiet and peaceful park includes a virgin pine forest with trees more than 300 years old. The park was named for Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, who, with Anishinabe guide Ozawindib, charted the headwaters of the Mississippi River.
Address:c/o Hill Annex Mine State Park
PO Box 376
Calumet, MN 55716

Phone:218-247-7215
Fax:218-247-7449
Web: www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/schoolcraft
Size: 295 acres.

See other parks in Minnesota.