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This is one of the new yurts slated to open to the public for overnight stays next month at Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area near Crosby. (Photo courtesy of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources)

With yurts, DNR’s latest lodging option takes aim at adventurers

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CROSBY, Minn. — The shelters of nomads and adventurers are coming to three Minnesota state parks and recreation areas.

By sometime in September, three yurts at Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area and two each at Glendalough and Afton state parks should be fully furnished, equipped with woodstoves and ready to rent.
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