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Came here with our Winnebago caravan group. Most of the people walked in the water. All had a great time. Lake Itaska feeds into the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Highly recommend. Rating... excellent
I do not fish so I have no idea what's in there but I'm sure there are plenty. The weather was great sunny and warm and there is a lot to explore if you like hiking. I didn't camp either. This was just a day...More
It was a four hour drive from Minneapolis. We stayed one hour. The cafe and gift shop was closed for the season (website didn't say that- it was end of April) so that was a bummer. All we did was walk about 900 feet to...More
Spent the day here. That's all you need to see it all. The hour and a half boat ride was interesting and the narrative was historical. Quiet and relaxing day. Sandwiches are available at Mary Gibbs restaurant. 185 years of discovery of the headwaters of...More
We visited Lake Itasca to see the source of the Mississippi. The park itself is very well appointed. The welcome center gives a great overview of the area and its history. There is an area at the top of the lake which gives you the...More
The day we were out on Lake Itasca it was cold, windy, and wet. We rented a pontoon for the day to go fishing. We were absolutely not disappointed. The lake is huge and has access to Douglas Lodge Restaurant if you get hungry. Or...More