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Hayes Lake State Park, Roseau

#101 of 141 in Nature in Minnesota
Hayes Lake State Park is a state park in northwestern Minnesota, United States, near the town of Roseau.
Black bears are residents of the northern forest and are seen by visitors occasionally in this park. Other mammalian species that roam in and around this park are moose, fisher, porcupine, bobcat, river otter, raccoon, deer, beaver, red fox, marten, Canadian lynx, mink, and timber wolf. Loons, herons, grebes, and other water birds can be observed by bird watchers along the shoreline.
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  • We have gone to 30 Minnesota state parks and decided to venture to this park “cause covid”. Of course office closed no ranger self pay. Just spent the day exploring. The beach area is wide open space....  more »
  • Went hiking here in May 7. Trails were in good condition. Hiking Club Trail could use more signage for direction were it goes along the park road. The lake was beautiful in the evening sun!  more »
  • I loved how remote this campground was. It was very peaceful and had nice hiking trails.
  • Quiet park. Campsite 9 should be used for tenting or small pop ups. Not a good idea for larger trailers not enough turn radius on the road and the site width.

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