William O'brien State Park

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About William O'brien State Park, Marine On St Croix

William O'Brien State Park is a 1,520-acre (6.2 km2) state park of Minnesota, USA, along the St. Croix River. Its hiking trails traverse rolling glacial moraine, riparian zones, restored oak savanna, wooded areas and bogs. It is a popular place for birdwatching, picnics, camping, cross-country skiing, canoeing, fishing, and other typical outdoor recreational activities. The park is located approximately two miles north of the town of Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota.

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William O'Brien State Park lies in the city of Marine On St Croix in United States. Missed by most of the visitors, William O'Brien State Park is unique in its own way.

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  • The park offers a nice combination of prairie and forest. There are several hiking trails available connected together which allows you to extend your walk as much as you want. When we went we saw different wild flowers, birds, a snake, a frog, and a bunny! There is a pond with beaver but they say the best time to see them is near sunrise or sunset. We saw their nest but didn't see them. I recommend to visit the visitor center. They have a nice exhibition of the different animals you can see around.

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  • Great little park. Happy feel, beautiful scenery. One of my favorites near the cities. Excellent riverfront and facilities, campsites and staff. My only qualm is the busyness for its proximity to the cities, and now all sites are 100% reserveable; book your site early!!! Not as easy to roll in and have sites open for those making a day trip into a night trip on a whim. In the summer this place is jam-packed. Be mindful.

  • Such a beautiful park. The staff are friendly and helpful. Sometimes there are a few too many families with young kids who make it difficult to call it "quiet" but that's usually only during busy weekends.

  • This has been one of my favorite state parks since I was a little kid. It's close to the cities so you don't have to travel far but still quiet enough to enjoy nature or to have a camping experience.

  • Lovely park, but I have some choice words for the person who put the two walk in sites (designed for people who want quiet) right next to the group campsites (designed for people o play music and be loud). I certainly won't be camping here again, at least not any time I want to be away from old rock and generators.

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