Winter Glamping? You can do it! Minnesota State Parks has awesome yurts and camper cabin for winter use. One of our favorites is at Glendalough State Park. It has two yurts and four camper cabins that provide a warm, rustic base camp for an ultimate kicksledding adventure. Winter camping can be intimidating at first, but trying a camper cabin or yurt is a great way to get started.
At Fort Snelling State Park, on Pike Island, the trails are wide and clear, great for kicksledding with views of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers. Miles of trails that are groomed for mixed use can be found at this gem location right here in the Twin Cities.
Whether adventuring solo, or with a family, camper cabins make winter camping accessible for all. These 9 Minnesota State Parks and Regional Parks are highlighted because of their beauty and proximity to kicksledding trails. Grab your kicksled, and start you overnight winter camping trip!
Which trails allow kicksledding? From hiking trails to ski trails, the myriad number of winter trail types and rules can be confusing. This guide will help you choose a trail that is great for kicksledding.
Minneapolis and Saint Paul are home to some great beginner kicksledding locations. From State Parks, to city regional parks, you don’t have to drive far with your kicksled to find an excellent kicksled trail.