Hinckley MN


Hinckley offers many opportunities for biking. The longest paved trail in the state, The Willard Munger State Trail starts here along with St. Croix State Park and Banning State Park.


Willard Munger State Trail - The nation's longest paved trail starts in Hinckley and travels all the way to Duluth. Beginning in Hinckley you can travel along the same route that engineer James Root took with his crew on September 1st, 1894 when they rescued more than 300 people from the Hinckley Fire. The trail takes you through several towns along the way with many great scenic views and unique towns and shops to visit. The trail starts in downtown Hinckley, take Hwy 48 west off I-35, go about 5 blocks to stop sign, take a right on old Hwy 61, then left on Hwy 18. Trail will be on right just past railroad tracks. Parking is available at trail head.

Additional Information on the Willard Munger Trail.


Finlayson 13 Finlayson            
Willow River 23 10 Willow River          
Moose Lake 32 19 9 Moose Lake        
Barnum 36 23 13 4 Barnum      
Mahtowa 45 29 19 10 6 Mahtowa    
Carlton 55 42 32 23 17 11 Carlton  
Wrenshall 59 46 36 27 21 15 4 Wrenshall
Duluth 70 57 47 38 32 26 15 19

Hinckley MN, your up north Minnesota activites location for golf, bicycling, trails, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, and paintball.

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