Quarantine has been great for one reason, and that reason is getting me out of the house to see new things. With nothing on the schedule, I've had more time to see and do things that have been on my list for a long time. I got to cross off a big one this weekend, getting to go explore Crow Wing State Park.

The park is home to one of Minnesota's many Ghost Towns. It was bypassed by the railway back in 1871, and even has the oldest standing structure in greater Minnesota. Take a look around the park's signature attraction.

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Crow Wing State Park's 1800's Ghost Town


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