High Falls

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Grand Portage State Park is the only state park whose land is shared both by the Grand Portage Band of Ojibwe and the state. This is the newest addition to the Minnesota's State Parks whose main attraction is the 120-foot High Falls of the Pigeon River which brought about a unique cooperative effort between the state and the Grand Portage Band of Ojibwe. The park is managed in partnership with a local Native American band and it is the only park in the nation to do so! The parks also features a visitor center, natural and cultural displays, restrooms, a gift shop, hiking trails, and a picnic area.