Frontenac State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Frontenac State Park encompasses 2,230 beautiful acres that include the 450-foot bluff overlooking Lake Pepin, a widening of the Mississippi. Called Point-No-Point, the 3-mile-long bluff creates an optical illusion to boaters traveling down river.
From a distance, it appears to be a point jutting out into the water, but the illusion disappears as boaters approach it. This bluff, which became a state park in 1953, nearly twenty years after its designation was proposed, is a popular birding and recreation site. Here you’ll find a diverse wildlife habitat of forests, open meadows, old fields, prairies, and bottomland hardwood marshes."