Ten Tips for Fall Camping in Minnesota

The fall season is quickly setting in and getting in those last trips to the campground will come to a screeching halt. Where has the summer gone? Not to worry if you are prepared for fall camping it can be just as, or more, than summer camping fun. Consider these 10 tips before venturing on […]

Completed Geocaching 72 Minnesota State Parks

My journey of geocaching Minnesota State parks started in May 2010 when I visited Sibley State Park to learn about this activity free of charge. Twenty-five demo parks let you borrow a global positioning handheld device (GPS) to learn how to hunt for treasures placed in the parks. Nevertheless, I never looked back and continued […]

Geocaching the “Wildlife Safari” at Minnesota State Parks

The seventy-two state parks that are participating in the “Wildlife Safari” geocaching project started May 2009 and end May 2, 2012. With that said, I started this project May 2010 with the assumption of my late start that I would only cache the parks near me.  Now, two years later my mission may become a […]

Out ‘N’ About Treehouse Treesort

If you want a fun place to camp then check this place out near Cave Junction, Oregon. The “Treehouse Treesort” a glorified camping adventures for the whole family. There are about 14 different tree houses in which one can stay. Some houses are on stilts while others are well up into a tree. To access […]

Camping and Geocaching in Minnesota State Parks

The state of Minnesota is a wonderful place to explore. Not only do we have 10,000 plus lakes but we have 72 state parks, with the addition of two new parks in the last two years, to visit. Just as our theme states “Come Explore Minnesota!” There are over 5,000 campsites, cabins, guest houses or […]