To preserve, protect and enhance Frontenac State Park and its surroundings.
Circa 1956 the group was formed to advocate for the park’s establishment, which happened in 1957.
Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota works to acquire critical land for parks and trails, often partnering with Friends Groups to support this effort.
Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota is a strong voice at the state capital working to ensure Minnesota’s parks and trails are protected and cared for. We work with friends groups to identify critical projects that need government support.
Expand the statutory boundary of Frontenac State Park to include the land Parks & Trails Council acquired for the park.
Acquire the 159 acres of restored blufflands that Parks & Trails Council purchased and is holding in trust for the park.