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Flandrau State Park

1300 Summit Avenue
507-233-9800

The gentle flowing Big Cottonwood River meandersthrough this southern park. The sand-bottom swimming pond, picnic area, campgrounds and group center attract many visitors every summer to this very popular state park. The terrain is diverse, offering views of wooded river bottoms, oxbow marshes and open grasslands. Hikers and cross-country skiers enjoy the flat trails on the bottom of the valley or more challenging routes on the oak-shaded bluffs. Visit historic stone buildings crafted by Works Progress Administration(WPA)crews. Vegetative features include goat prairies, small white lady's slippers, and the floodplain forest.



Reviews

Nomnae Pikula

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Sunday, July 1, 2018
It was easy to find. The park ranger at check in was amazing and friendly. Made my mom and u feel welcome and took it joking quite well and even hooked back with us. He was very helpful. Our campsite was easy to find and it was great that the entire park calmed down and were quiet all around the same time. Courteous neighbors. And last but not least close to the River Valley BMX track. I'm here for State races. Price of the campsite fit my budget.

Ryan Lais

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Monday, June 11, 2018
My 2 and 4 year old daughters enjoy the sand bottom chlorinated swimming pond. It's a great place for them to swim and play in the sand. Crowds are limited before 10:00am. Bathrooms and showers are clean. Buy a State Park pass and enjoy this place with your kids over and over again.

Amanda Pitts

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Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018
It was all fun and games until someone pooped in the pool. They handled it well and we were okayed to get back in after 45mins or so! Sites are tightly packed in one next to another!

Balaji Bali

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Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
We stayed at the stone cabin. Was very cozy and our family had a great time.

David Ducharme

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Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018
Nice trails. Did walk in site, which was more remote than the rustic sites.

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