Campsites Remain For Memorial Day Weekend In Handful Of Northwest Minnesota State Parks; Turtle River State Park Sets Interpretive Programming

State parks across the region are kicking into high gear as spring winds down and summer approaches. In Minnesota, the Department of Natural Resources says several state parks and recreation areas — mostly in northwest Minnesota — still have campsites available for Memorial weekend. Northwest Minnesota parks with at least a dozen campsites still available…
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Saw-whet Owl Banding Tonight At Turtle River State Park

If your calendar is open tonight, there’s an event going on at Turtle River State Park that promises to be a perfect fit for Halloween and things that go hoot in the night. Turtle River State Park near Arvilla, N.D., is holding a program on saw-whet owls from 8 to 11 p.m.. If all goes…
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High Water Delays Final Spring Trout Stocking At Turtle River State Park

There’ll be another spring shipment of rainbow trout stocked in the Turtle River at Turtle River State Park, but it won’t be until sometime next week when river levels become more manageable. Normally, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department stocks another batch of rainbow trout into the Turtle River right before the Memorial Day…
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More Trout Stocked At Turtle River State Park

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department stocked another batch of rainbow trout into the Turtle River on Monday at Turtle River State Park. According to Steve Crandall, park manager, Game and Fish stocked 700 rainbows averaging about a half-pound each. A third stocking tentatively is scheduled for sometime shortly before Memorial Day, Crandall said,…
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Trout Stocked In Turtle River At TRSP

It’s time to go trout fishing. That’s the word from Steve Crandall, manager of Turtle River State Park, who said the park this afternoon received 1,000 Shasta-strain rainbow trout averaging about a half-pound each. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department stocks rainbow trout in the Turtle River every spring and again toward fall if water levels…
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