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Aghaming Park And Preserve

Latsch Island, Winona, MN
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A nice, level hike, but weedy and buggy

I've hiked in Aghaming Park many times. It can be swampy and wet in spring, and buggy (gnats... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2016
Winona, Minnesota
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Aug 17, 2016
“A nice, level hike, but weedy and buggy”
Latsch Island, Winona, MN
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Reviewed August 18, 2016

I've hiked in Aghaming Park many times. It can be swampy and wet in spring, and buggy (gnats, mosquitos and biting flies) in summer. It's best in fall, after the first cold days. Cross the bridge from Winona toward Wisconsin, take the first exit and...More

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Barb R
August 24, 2016|
Response from tgrier | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can get out to Highway 35 through Aghaming Park. There's a spot where the road gets narrow to about one lane, and crosses a railroad line. Then you're out to Hwy. 35. I've ridden my bike that was several times Near... More