Minnesota DNR ‘I Can!’ Program Offering Overnight Canoe Camping Trip
The Minnesota Department Of Natural Resources has announced a new series of opportunities with their "I Can!" program. One highlight involves overnight canoe camping.
According to the DNR, I Can Paddle! Canoe Camping, which costs $85, offers the following experience:
Participants on the overnight trip will paddle down the St. Croix River to a riverside campsite, learning canoeing skills along the way. After a night of camping on the river, participants will paddle a few miles downriver to St. Croix State Park where the outdoor adventure will come to an end.
The "I Can!" program offers participants the chance to learn outdoor skills and put those skills to use. Other programs offered include:
- I Can Camp! – Develop or refine fire starting and camp cooking skills. Sleep on comfortable air mattresses in tents large enough to accommodate two adults and up to three children ($60 for one-night programs or $85 for two-night programs).
- I Can Paddle! – Get out on the water for a sea kayaking adventure on Lake Superior ($35 for ages 12-18, $45 for adults) or a guided canoeing or kayaking trip on a Minnesota lake or river (prices vary).
- I Can Mountain Bike! – Learn riding techniques and explore mountain bike trails with guides from the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Club ($15 for ages 10-15, $25/adults).
- I Can Fish! – Experience the fun of casting into the water and the excitement when there’s a tug on the line ($7/person, children under age 12 are free).
Follow the link below get more information and to enroll.