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Lac qui Parle County

Lac qui Parle County is French for “lake that speaks,” a fitting name the French explorers gave the lake in the region. Visit the lake in Lac qui Parle State Park in the spring or fall and you’ll understand why. As a stopover for thousands of migratory Canada geese and other waterfowl, the lake area resounds a delightful chorus of honking, quacking, and other birdcalls. Today, the lake and river define the northeast boundary of Lac qui Parle County. Bordering lakes (including Marsh Lake upstream from Lac qui Parle Lake) offer some of the area’s best wildlife viewing and birding opportunities. Paddle the lake; cast a line and catch walleye, northern, perch, and crappies; explore the trails by foot or horseback. Convenient access points lure anglers and hunters from throughout Minnesota and the upper Midwest, while paddlers canoe or kayak the many challenging stretches of the Lac qui Parle River. The county is home to families who have lived here for generations, while many new folks visit annually to enjoy
the tremendous outdoor recreation opportunities, strong farming economy, and the convenience of widespread fiber optic broadband internet access.

Lac Qui Parle County

Lac qui Parle County

Address: 600 6th Street, Madison, MN 56256
Phone: (320) 598-7444
Email: director@lqpeda.com

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