LYND — The Minnesota State Park System is working toward a plan that will re-purpose Jason Holm’s boyhood home.
Plans are in place to convert the former park manager’s residence into a guesthouse. It will be available to families, youth groups, community clubs, and others who want to use it as a lodge-style residence.
Camden State Park Manager Bill Dinesen said the residence has not been used by park staff since the 1990s. Attempts to use it as rental property did not meet expectations.
“The rental property idea was the most obvious option, but it didn’t work as well as we’d hoped,” Dinesen said. “We looked for other possibilities. The guest house idea seemed like the best answer.” …continue reading at Marshall Independent