Allemansrätt – A Wilderness and Swedish Heritage Park.” The term ‘Allemansrätt’
is a Swedish philosophy of the right of public access, and includes an implicit responsibility to protect and conserve. Allemansrätt
Park occupies 125 acres of wilderness, including a secluded
lake. The park includes over 10,000 feet of shoreline
on three lakes - North Lindström
Lake channel, North Center Lake (DNR Protected Water 34P)
and Bull Lake (DNR Protected Wetland 154W), including the
"peninsula" property that was acquired in 2014. The
Park showcases unique ecological features such as glacial
eskers and ephemeral wetlands, a high quality oak forest,
over 100 species of birds, and diverse wildlife.
Allemansrätt has several miles of trails and includes the
City of Lindström's
"Lake Pavilion" located on the private Bull Lake. Allemansrätt
is a "Carry in, Carry out" Park.
Click here for " Friends of Allemansratt Park" brochure.
CAMPING IS NOW AVAILABLE ON THE ANDERSON PENINSULA FOR JUST
$15/NIGHT. REGISTRATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE
SITES - FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
Click here for Park Map
here to go back to Parks Map page)
| Kroon Lake |
Street Overlook |
Pump House Park
| Town & County |
Recent Friends of Allemansratt Park meeting Minutes:
March 17, 2015
February 23, 2016
September 27, 2016