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BUFFALO RIVER STATE PARK

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Just a short drive east of one of western Minnesota's regional centers, visitors will find stop No. 9 on our 20-site tour of Minnesota's state parks. The shallow, rocky and scenic Buffalo River winds through the state park that bears its name, and features some native prairie grass so vital to the plants and animals of the Red River Valley.
Just a short drive east of one of western Minnesota's regional centers, visitors will find stop No. 9 on our 20-site tour of Minnesota's state parks. The shallow, rocky and scenic Buffalo River winds through the state park that bears its name, and features some native prairie grass so vital to the plants and animals of the Red River Valley.
The pond in the park just east of Fargo-Moorhead hasn't been filled since 2018, the year a Moorhead girl drowned there while taking part in a summer youth outing.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled legal action could proceed against the city of Moorhead and partly against the state Department of Natural Resources in Grace Bettie's death.
GLYNDON, Minn. -- Prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges in connection with a 9-year-old Moorhead girl's drowning at a swimming hole packed with nearly 180 kids on a June day.
A recent report by WalletHub found that Minnesota is the third best state for summer road trips based on category rankings like safety and activities. Many of those activities are involving the plentiful forests and lakes that the state of Minnes...

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GLYNDON, MINN.--A woman who was at a popular swimming hole near here when a child drowned said she thinks there weren't enough chaperones for the large youth group in attendance and that some weren't watching the kids.
GLYNDON, Minn. - A popular swimming area at Buffalo River State Park in northwest Minnesota east of Moorhead is closed as officers investigate the drowning of a juvenile.
Recent discoveries near Buffalo State Park could tell us about the areas history thousands of years ago. About 30 years ago, anthropologists discovered artifacts dating back 1,000 years at the unused back nine holes of the Ponderosa Golf Course n...

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