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CAMPING

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One year after the Lake County wildfire, the scorched Superior National Forest, cabin owners and McDougal Lake Campground all show resilience.
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Not sure where to find firewood? Need tips for hikes or help setting up a tent? Campground hosts have your back.
Black bears live in the forests throughout the Itasca State Park area and normally avoid people. But when humans leave out food sources with enticing odors, such as bird feeders, unsecured garbage cans or remnants of campfire cooking and picnics, bears will come.
Several parks are holding special, free activities.
The DNR reported earlier this week that of the approximately 4,500 state park campsites in the state, only about 177 were available for the full three-night Memorial Day weekend.
It’s best to find out in advance what’s missing and won’t work. The time for such discoveries is not when you start to pitch a tent upon your arrival at the campground right at dusk on a Friday night.

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After writing four editions herself, Anne Arthur invited her daughter Signy Sherman to collaborate on the the latest.
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From state parks and national forests, to private and municipal campgrounds, camping options abound.
The Duluth resident and her dog trudged nearly 200 miles through deep snow and extreme cold.

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