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Warren Woessner Bog Boardwalk

The Warren Woessner Bog Boardwalk is a true gem within the Warren Nelson Memorial Bog. The boardwalk project was completed through hours of volunteer work and funded partly by grants, donations from our membership, and a very generous gift from Warren Woessner and Iris Freeman. This 900 foot boardwalk cuts through a gorgeous stretch of Black Spruce Bog giving the opportunity for folks of all ages and ability levels the chance to experience and feel the magic within a Black Spruce bog! The boardwalk was officially opened in October of 2018 after many months of work by tireless volunteers, who we cannot thank enough. This boardwalk is a great tool for visiting school groups or other civic groups and an attraction for local residents and visitors alike. Most folks would never think of bushwhacking into a bog, but this boardwalk allows you to explore an amazing  habitat without the fear of getting lost, breaking a leg, or getting your wet feet. Thank you Warren and Iris!

Boardwalk Length:

900 feet with short spur near beginning of boardwalk

Activities at this tract:

Warren Woessner Bog Boardwalk (all season use), birding, photography, botanizing.


Address- 7750 Blue Spruce Road, Meadowlands, MN
Trailhead- Warren Woessner Bog Boardwalk- 47.075168, -92.661598;


From Hwy 53: Head west on CR 133 from Hwy 53 and continue across Hwy 7. Warren Nelson bog starts 1/4 mile north of CR133 on the west side of Blue Spruce Road. See our Birding Map for more details.


Two parking spots on pullout off Blue Spruce Road near the sign and boardwalk. If parking on the road, please only park on the EAST side of the road to make room for other vehicles to pass.