DULUTH, Minn — In the Northland, we are blessed with many sites that give us a break from development and a taste of the wild scene. Whether it is the national forests or national, state or county parks, there are plenty of locations to go to if we want to get a view of the woods and wildlife.
One such pleasing place is nearby Jay Cooke State Park in Carlton.
Among the river, ponds, swamps and hills is well grown forests. I have found trips to this park to walk or ski the delightful trails are always great outings. Besides just a pleasant meander on these paths through the woods, the park is a great place to see the wild flora and fauna. I visit here, but these wildlife live here.
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