Recently I was reading an article that was talking about mysterious places in the world that scientists can't figure out. Turns out one of them is on the North Shore in Minnesota at Judge C.R. Magney State Park. It's a waterfall that splits along the rocks. Half of it goes down stream, and the other goes down a pothole to nowhere.
Amnicon Falls State Park is up against 16 other Wisconsin State Parks with head-to-head competition. If you've been there, you've already enjoyed all that nature and the state of Wisconsin has to offer. If you haven't, you now have a destination for the family to check out. Either way, Amnicon State Park needs your votes!
The Minnesota DNR offered a tour of the flood-ravaged Willard Munger State Trail and Jay Cooke State Park today (July 3) to media crews, offering damage estimates and a timeline on when they expect to have the park open for business.