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Location: Waterville/Faribault. Appx 50 mi S of Twin Cities.

Lodging: drive-in campground, bike-in sites, camper cabin, group camps

Activities: hiking, biking, boating

Lake/River: Sakatah Lake

Special Attractions: Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail

Sakatah Lake DNR

Visited here in 2008. Small park geared towards boating and biking. In 2001 my dad and I biked from Faribault to Mankato on the Sakatah Trail. Took six hours one way. There was a nice mix of sun and shade and the trail didn't have any major hills (until you to go into Mankato). The campground at the park is very nice with private sites.

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