Minnesota River Big Stone to Lac qui Parle

Ortonville, Minnesota 56278

Minnesota River Big Stone to Lac qui Parle

Minnesota River: Big Stone to Lac qui Parle Professional Review and Guide

"The marshy river and lakes heading up the Minnesota River offer great opportunities for watching wildlife. The shores are marked by big boulders and occasional out crops. The lake lies in a long, impressively wide, and often windswept valley. The lake is known for good walleye fishing.

The paddling: The Minnesota River begins at Big Stone Lake, an aptly named body of water along Minnesota’s border with South Dakota. The shores are marked by big boulders and occasional outcrops. The lake lies in a long, impressively wide, and often windswept valley. The lake is known for good walleye fishing."

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Trail Information

Ortonville
Nearby City
40
Distance
Easy
Skill Level
Class I
Class
Department of Natural Resources Information Center, 612-296-6157 or 800-766-6000 (toll free in Minnesota)
Local Contacts
MDNR Minnesota River Canoe Route 1
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018