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Frontenac State Park
Frontenac State Park is Part of the Great River Road Audio Tour

Frontenac State Park Minnesota Tourism Information

Frontenac State Park, MN is located at Lake Pepin, a natural widening of the Mississippi River, and is known as one of the best bird watching areas in the country. The park is home to numerous scenic overlooks and is home to the bluff called “point-no-point”. A trick in visual perspective makes the bluff appear prominent from a distance to travelers moving downstream on the river, but vanishes from view as it is approached. One of the Gerard brothers, the first settlers of the nearby town of Old Frontenac, used to jump from point-no-point with his flying machines in an attempt to soar above the river. The machines didn’t work, but he was never badly hurt in his attempts. Some things to see and do in Frontenac State Park are birding, hiking, camping, canoeing and boating.

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TOUR ROUTE: Starts north of Hastings, MN on Highway 61 and follows the Mississippi River to Winona, MN.

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The Minnesota Great River Road tour guides you along the nationally recognized scenic byway called the Great River Road, located along Highway 61 in southeast Minnesota. Your scenic drive in Minnesota will be enhanced by the histories of river towns along the Mississippi River, cultural and artistic at.... more ...