Savanna Portage State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 67
Number of Sites with Electric: 18
Time slips by when you visit this park of the north. Walk the Savanna Portage Trail, a historic trail traveled by fur traders, Dakota and Ojibwe Indians, and explorers more than 200 years ago. Savanna Portage State Park has 15,818 acres of rolling hills, lakes, and bogs. The Continental Divide marks the great division of water: water to the west flows into the Mississippi River; water to the east runs into Lake Superior. Visitors can hike the Continental Divide Trail and see forested vistas. During the summer, visitors enjoy swimming at Loon Lake. Bike enthusiasts can pedal on roads, or on dirt trails designated for mountain bikes. With four fishing lakes and a river, its common for anglers to catch panfish, trout and bass. Come winter, this park offers snowmobilers approximately 32 miles of trails to explore. This park is a favorite among cross-country skiers too, with 14 miles of trails, and an additional 6.4 miles available at Remote Solitude, 1 mile south of the park.
Campgrounds: Back Pack sites are available for year round camping. The park's group camp is available through the fall season. The Guesthouse and Camper Cabin are also available year round.
Electric Sites: Park has 18 electric sites available during the spring, summer, and fall camping season.
Reservations: Recommended for Memorial Day through Labor Day. Reservations not needed after that.
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