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Heritage Lab

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Anyone know what this area marked "Heritage Lab" next to Peltier lake is? I see trucks always parked there... Is this a walking area? Hunting area? lake access???

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"Heritage Lab" is the area where the Wargo Nature Center puts on nature programs for school groups - the nature center is across the street from heritage lab. The 'heritage' program is a living-history program where presenters dress-up in frontiersmen attire and talk to kids about how MN life once was. It's part of Anoka County's Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Park. The area is mostly restricted to walking, tho during school programs buses are allowed back there. People will park at the gate and walk back into the area - very pleasant back there. No hunting. You can get to Peltier from there, but there aren't many good points to cast a line into the water. Hope that helps.

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