Minnesota is known as the Land of the Thousand Lakes thanks to its watery landscape, so hiking here is a real treat. Enjoy the massive North Shore Trail that passes through this park, and find more accessible trails which cater to a range of abilities. Spend your vacation enjoying Gooseberry Falls State Park cabins which place you right on the trails.
This trial eventually connects with several state parks and other communities along its 18-mile route, and travels along the shore from Gooseberry Falls to Beaver Bay. There are some wonderful waterfalls along the way.
This massive 146-mile trail passes through Gooseberry Falls State Park. It is primarily for snowmobiles, but there are some wonderful sections to hike during the summer. This trail will bring you just to the rugged edge of Lake Superior.
There is a wheelchair accessible trail that begins at the Visitor Center and goes for about a mile. It ends at the main Falls area.
The waterfall in Gooseberry Falls State Park is a must-see for visitors to the park, and there are many activities available for those who are traveling as a family. Gooseberry Falls State Park cabins make a great base for you and your kids to enjoy the activities available.
The visitor centre is not just a place to get information about the waterfall and hiking trails, but to also catch educational short films about the state and its position on the mighty Lake Superior.
This is a fascinating walk that is full of activities to keep children amused. Look for hidden bugs on the River, Lake, Falls, & Forest art piece, see the waterfall at the Middle Falls viewing platform, and take a breath at the Trailside Bench.
The waterfalls in Gooseberry Falls are a wonderful opportunity to go wading and looking for the stones as you hear the sounds of the waterfall. You can even find some round shiny aggots to ski along the sparkling surface. You can also catch a peek of the local sunfish.