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I was literally BLOWN AWAY by this trip! They went above and beyond all of our expectations , I will reccommend them to everyone I know!

Fishing and Boating Season!

Winter 2020

We at WWUMN love to enjoy the outdoors. Just remember to be responsible. With the fishing and boating season upon us, keeping yourself and your families safe is a priority, always wear your life jackets and don’t drink and boat. Alcohol is involved in about 30 percent of fatal boat accidents in Minnesota. Drunk boating is drunk driving — designate a sober ride on the water and on the road.

Arbor Month—May 2019—Plant Trees For Clean Water

May 2019

Everything from tree roots to leaves plays a role in keeping our water in lakes, rivers, and aquifers clean. This is important because 75 percent of Minnesotans get their drinking water from the forested parts of the state.

Pressure Ridge Dangers

December 20, 2018

Extremely thin and weak ice is the result of a pressure ridge forming. This can happen on any body of water at any time during the ice season. Lives have been lost when traveling on ice that does not support the weight of your vehicle. Check ice recommendations.

Time for Turkey

December 20, 2018

If you want to hunt wild turkey in the spring of 2019, apply for your spring hunting permit by Friday, Jan. 25. Turkey lottery applications can be purchased online or by phone at 888-665-4236.

Hunters: Make safety the priority

Oct. 1

Safety in the field begins with treating every firearm as if it’s loaded, being sure of your target and what’s beyond it, and controlling the muzzle of your firearm at all times. Make sure you have the proper certification

Fall Color Finder

Oct. 1

Ready to chase the fall colors across Minnesota? Find the peak colors, share your photos, and find fall events with our fall color finder

Prepare for pheasant season

Oct. 13

Get ready to go out in the grass for pheasant hunting. Find out where to hunt, review our hunting tips and know the rules. Pheasant season starts on Oct. 13.

Build Like a Beaver Challenge

Sept. 2, 2018, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m
Interstate State Park

Test your skills against one of nature’s greatest engineers: the beaver. We’ll find out just why they are so good at their job through games and activities for all ages. Meet at the stone shelter in the picnic grounds (southern entrance of park).

307 Milltown Rd., Taylors Falls, MN

More Information
Contact Jenni Webster at 651-465-6523 or by email at

If you need an accommodation, please call or email the event contact listed above by two weeks prior to the event.


Sept. 9, 2018, 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Lake Bemidji State Park

Everyone knows how to play Go Fish, but can you do it in Ojibwe? Learn basic Ojibwe and play Gigoonh with fish that can be found in Lake Bemidji! Howah! Meet at the Picnic Area (look for event flag). This program is ideal for anyone; no prior Ojibwe language is necessary! In the event of inclement weather, this program will be moved into the Visitor’s Center.

10 miles north of Bemidji off Hwy. 71 N.

More Information
Call 218-308-2300.

If you need an accommodation, please call or email the event contact listed above by two weeks prior to the event.