St. Paul Whether they want to visit a fur trade encampment, ride in a 10-person canoe, get an up-close view of birds of prey, or eat a buffalo burger, visitors are bound to find something of interest during the annual Minnesota State Park Open House on S

Some park locations will offer special events during the open
house, says Bill Morrissey, director of the DNR Division of
Parks.

A schedule of events is posted on the DNR web site at
www.dnr.state.mn.us. Although no vehicle permit is required to
enter state parks during the open house, tour fees will be charged
at some locations.

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