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About the Bogwalk
The Tilson Creek Bogwalk is the beautiful destination during all four seasons.
Located near the Rainy Lake public fishing pier on Highway 11 East of Ranier, this half-mile long walkway takes you through a fascinating bog ecosystem that supports a variety of plants and animals. You will see the distinctive tamarack trees, which shed their needles every fall, and the carnivorous plants that trap insects with their sticky leaves. You will also experience the sensation of walking on a floating sidewalk, as the walkway is made from boards that rest on the peat moss below.
The Tilson Creek Bogwalk is suitable for all ages and abilities, as it is wide enough for runners, walkers, and strollers. There is also a resting spot at the halfway point where you can enjoy the views and sounds of nature.
The bogwalk is part of the Tilson Ski Trail system, which offers more opportunities for hiking and skiing in the pine and spruce forest. Whether you are looking for a relaxing stroll or an adventurous hike, the Tilson Creek Bogwalk will delight you with its beauty and diversity.
The Bogwalk is located on Tilson Bay. Tilson Bay is also home to a public fishing dock, public boat ramp, and a hiking trail with an overlook.
Lattitude 48.598097, Longitude -93.233296
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