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Throughout the winter my husband and I are camping and hiking as part of the MN State Parks passport program. We visited Whitewater the second weekend in December and it is one of our favorite parks now. There seemed to be tons of walking opportunities,...More
We have enjoyed gatherings at Whitewater for years. Our family often grabs three or four nearby sites which provides ample space for our tents and trailers. Tables and fire pits with electrical plugs in our sites. The sites while close in proximity offers enough privacy....More
The last time I was in Whitewater State Park was possibly 25 years ago when I went camping here. This past week I returned but just for an afternoon of hiking with friends who were visiting from Arizona. We went to the main office to...More
In late April of 2018, the snow was gone, the air was mild, and the leaves had not yet filled the trees. When we climbed several of the challenging trails, views that would be obscured by foliage in the summer presented inspiring views. Autumn would...More
Whitewater is a great park for hiking. Even on the hiking club trail, you are never far from the office or nature center. For those wanting more solitude during a hike, this could be an issue as the park can have many visitors on a...More
This state park pops out of the middle of nowhere in Minnesota farmland. It is pleasant surprise that offers a variety of levels of hiking. You can easily spend a day enjoying all the park has to offer, which includes camping, hiking, swimming, and winter...More
We made a short trip to Whitewater State Park and will definitely return again for more exploration. We hiked the Coyote Point Trail (and a little of the Dakota trail since we missed a turn ;) ) with our kids and it was such a...More
My family,(husband daughters-10-9-18mos, me) spent Friday-Monday here... beautiful, private campsite, we reserved in early March all of the electric sites were taken, we brought a generator understanding that we may not be able to use it, but found in at check in that we could...More
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This is a quite large state park. There is only one park office near the northern end of the park. It is a very popular park with plenty of visitors when there is no snow on the ground.I have hiked and camped in this park a... More
This is a quite large state park. There is only one park office near the northern end of the park. It is a very popular park with plenty of visitors when there is no snow on the ground.I have hiked and camped in this park a few times and never had any problem. I have no reason to believe that it would be unsafe for anyone walking alone and I have not heard of anyone ever being accosted here. I would not know how many park rangers there are. You could visit the park website online or call the park office for further information.