Grand Portage State Park is located in Grand Portage in Minnesota’s Cook County was originally established as of 1989 and is known for its incredible water falls that you walk and view. Grand Portage State Park is on the northern tip of Lake Superior along U.S. highway 61. Grand Portage State Park features a trail to it’s High Falls and Middle Falls. Some of the main things to do include hiking, picnicking, and enjoying scenic views.
The park offers public washrooms, information center, gift shop, and exhibit hall. The park is open 10:00 am to 4:00 pm seven days a week (Hours may vary depending on staff availability). The park is also a highway rest area and travel information center. The lobby and restrooms are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.