Discovering Seven Falls

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Event Location: Nerstrand Big Woods Headquarters

9700 170th St E
Nerstrand, MN 55053

(763) 878-2325 (Phone)

(866) 857-2757 (Phone 2)

(507) 333-4852 (Fax)

Region: Southern


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  • The event is free but MN state Park permit or day pass is required.

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  1. Nerstrand Big Woods State Park

    Nerstrand Big Woods State Park

    9700 170th St E
    Nerstrand, MN 55053
    Call: (763) 878-2325

    This park is comprised of the largest remnant of Big Woods vegetation in Minnesota. The rolling hills and valleys are traversed by Prairie Creek with its picturesque waterfalls. The Big Woods is reflective of the central hardwood community during presettlement times, containing sugar maple, basswood, oak, ash, and ironwood trees, over 100 varieties of wildflowers, and many varieties of ferns and mushrooms.

  2. Nerstrand Big Woods State Park - Activities

    Nerstrand Big Woods State Park - Activities

    9700 170th St E
    Nerstrand, MN 55053
    Call: (507) 384-6140
    Toll Free: (866) 857-2757

    Part of the original "Big Woods," this park is known for its spring wildflowers, large hardwood trees, and fall color. Take the boardwalk trail or hike to Hidden Falls. The best way to see the beauty of this park is on foot, on 11 miles of hiking trails. In winter,Snowshoeing is permitted anywhere in the park except on groomed trails, and roped-off, sensitive areas, 4 miles of snowmobile trail.

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