This popular hiking trail stretches between Hinckley and Duluth, running through Jay Cooke State Park. Join locals and visitors on this popular trail, and then relax after your hike at one of the Jay Cooke State Park cabins.
When you join it inside the grounds of the park, this trail may look like a simple footpath. It's actually part of one of the longest continuous walking trails in the nation, beginning in New York and ending in North Dakota. In snowy weather, the park offers snowshoes for rent.
This scenic trail connects to Jay Cooke State Park via the Willard Munger Trail. If you're looking for an easy hike for the whole family, check out this graveled pathway along the banks of the St. Louis River estuary. Over 270 species of birds and aquatic mammals can be spotted on this path.