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Sharon Hintgen and her son, Mark, relax on the porch of a small rental cabin at Maplewood State Park. Tom Hintgen/FOCUS

State park cabins provide solace

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If you'd like to spend a night or two at Maplewood or Glendalough State Parks but don't want to use a tent, and don't have a camper, have some fun and relaxation by staying in one of the available small cabins.

"We call these cabins a hidden treasure in Minnesota's state parks," said Maplewood State Park Manager Don Del Greco. "It's great that people have the opportunity to stay the night in a rustic cabin."

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