Logo A Day Challenge

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Paul Bunyan State Trail Logo A Day

24. Paul Bunyan State Trail

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“When complete, the Paul Bunyan State Trail will be approximately 120 miles long and extend from Crow Wing State Park (south of Brainerd/Baxter) to Lake Bemidji State Park (north of Bemidji). At 112 paved miles (from Brainerd to Bemidji), is the longest continuously paved trail in the Minnesota State Trail system, and one of the longest in the United States.” – Minnesota State Trails

Minnesota Valley Trail Logo A Day

23. Minnesota Valley Trail

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“Just minutes from the Twin Cities, this state recreation area preserves part of the Minnesota River Valley. The multi-use Minnesota Valley Trail parallels the Minnesota River. The section of trail from Shakopee to Chaska is paved and a natural surface trail runs from Chaska to Belle Plaine. The area is ideal for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling and camping in one of the many rustic campsites. The landscapes are just as diverse as the trail system and include wetlands, floodplain forest and blufftop oak savanna. Wildlife observation and birdwatching are popular activities year-round.” – Minnesota State Trails

Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail Logo A Day

22. Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail

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“The trail has been developed for bicycling, hiking, in-line skating, horseback riding, skiing, and snowmobiling. However, snowmobiles with studded tracks are prohibited. It begins at Lime Valley Road near Mankato and ends east of Interstate 35 at Faribault (trail users will need to use the signed route on city streets through Waterville). The Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail provides a paved treadway. A second treadway for horseback riding is completed from Lime Valley Road to Eagle Lake. A second horseback segment travels from Sakatah Lake State Park to Morristown. Sakatah Lake State Park is along the trail and provides a separate bicycling campground, picnic grounds, boat access, and additional hiking trails. There are several other lakes and public parks within an easy ride of the trail.” – Minnesota State Trails

Heartland State Trail Logo A Day

21. Heartland State Trail

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“The Heartland State Trail was one of the first rail-to-trail projects in the country. It is a 49 mile multiple use trail between Park Rapids and Cass Lake. The trail is located entirely on a level abandoned railroad grade except for a four mile segment north of Walker, on sharply rolling terrain. The 27 mile segment between Park Rapids and Walker has a paved surface. This segment also has a second grassy treadway for horseback riding and mountain biking. The 20 mile segment from Walker to Cass Lake is also paved, with a partial dual treadway for snowmobiles with studded tracks.” – Minnesota State Trails

Root River State Trail Logo A Day

20. Root River State Trail

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“Discover the dramatic river-carved blufflands of southeastern Minnesota on this paved, 42-mile trail. The Root River State Trail begins in Fountain and runs through the quaint and picturesque rural communities of Lanesboro, Whalan, Peterson, Rushford and Houston.” – Minnesota State Trails

Logo A Day Challenge For Great River Ridge State Trail Logo A Day

19. Great River Ridge State Trail

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“Located in the beautiful southeastern Minnesota valley, the Great River Ridge State Trail has picturesque views of river bluffs. Built on former railroad grade, the Great River Ridge State Trail is also a fairly easy ride.” – Minnesota State Trails

Logo A Day Challenge For Gitchi-Gami State Trail Logo A Day

18. Gitchi-Gami State Trail

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“When complete, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will be an 86 mile non-motorized, paved trail connecting Two Harbors to Grand Marais along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Much of the trail will be located in abandoned segments or right-of-way on Highway 61, while other segments will allow you to sample a diversity of the North Shore’s varied environments. Several segments of the trail have been completed, totaling over 25 miles.” – Minnesota State Trails

douglas state trail logo design

17. Douglas State Trail

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Shooting Star State Trail MN Logo Design

16. Shooting Star State Trail

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“The Shooting Star State Trail begins in the city of LeRoy in Mower County and travels north through Lake Louise State Park. It then heads west towards Taopi, and ends in the county park at Adams, allowing trail users to experience a rural landscape. The trail passes by several additional interpretive/recreational opportunities including Rustic Retreat Wildlife Management Area, Shooting Star Prairie Scientific and Natural Area, and Mower County Natural and Scenic Area.” – Minnesota State Trails

CJ Ramstad North Shore Logo Design

15. North Shore State Trail

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“The C.J. Ramstad / North Shore State Trail is a 146 mile natural surface trail from Duluth to Grand Marais. Primarily used by snowmobiles, it traverses St. Louis, Lake and Cook counties in northeastern Minnesota. The trail winds its way through the forests behind the outer bluffs that overlook Lake Superior, and provides access to some of the most rugged and beautiful scenery in Minnesota.” – Minnesota State Trails

Willard Munger State Trail Logo A Day

14. Willard Mungar State Trail

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“The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of multiple use trails between Hinckley and Duluth. It consists of interconnecting trails offering hiking, bicycling, in-line skating and snowmobiling. It highlights the picturesque scenery and rich history of East Central Minnesota. The trail follows the route of the railroad that saved many lives in the historic Hinckley and Cloquet fires in the nineteenth century.” – Minnesota State Trails

Cuyuna Lakes State Trail Logo A Day Challenge

13. Cuyuna Lakes State Trail

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“The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail is a 6.1 mile, paved trail that mostly resides in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. Abandoned by mining companies more than 20 years ago, this State Recreation Area now consists of regenerated vegetation and clear lakes that draw a wide range of recreation enthusiasts.” – Minnesota State Trails

Central Lakes State Trail Logo Design

12. Central Lakes State Trail

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“The Central Lakes State Trail is a 55 mile, paved trail that runs through 3 counties and 10 communities. The trail begins in the city of Fergus Falls, and ends in the city of Osakis. Trail users will enjoy the many differing landscape views, ranging from open prairie in the west to many lakes scattered throughout the area to the forested, rolling hills in the east.” – Minnesota State Trails

Goodhue Pioneer State Trail Logo A Day

11. Goodhue Pioneer State Trail

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“When complete, the Goodhue Pioneer State Trail will connect the cities of Red Wing, Goodhue, Zumbrota, Mazeppa, Bellechester, and Pine Island for a distance of 47 miles. It will be a part of a trail system that connects two very popular and well-used trails, the Cannon Valley Regional Trail in Red Wing, and the Douglas State Trail in Pine Island.” – Minnesota State Trails

Casey Jones State Trail Logo A Day

10. Casey Jones State Trail

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“Casey Jones State Trail in Minnesota is named after the famed railroad engineer Casey Jones, who died in a railroad accident in 1900, and was immortalized in a famed, well-known ballad. The trail was one of the first state trails authorized by the state of Minnesota when State Trail legislation was passed in the late 1960s.” – Minnesota State Trails

Can you spot the bird in this design?

Blazing Star Stat Trail Logo A Day

9. Blazing Star State Trail

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“Blazing Star State Trail in Minnesota runs from Albert Lea Lake in Albert Lea to Myre-Big Island State Park, a distance of approximately six miles. The park is considered one of the many good birding spots in southern Minnesota, especially during spring and fall migration.” – Minnesota State Trails

Can you spot the bird in this design?

Gateway Minnesota State Trail Logo A Day

8. Gateway State Trail

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Gateway Minnesota State Trail logo a day design.

Luce Line State Trail Logo A Day

7. Luce Line State Trail

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“The Luce Line State Trail is 63 miles long, with a parallel tread way for horseback riding.” – Minnesota State Trails

Taconite State Trail Logo A Day

6. Taconite State Trail

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“The Taconite State Trail stretches 165 miles from Grand Rapids to Ely, Minnesota. From Grand Rapids heading north, you see the impact of the taconite and iron mining industry and pines intertwined through the forest.” – Minnesota State Trails

Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail Logo A Day

5. Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail

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“The Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail is 18 miles long located in Minnesota and has some great trout fishing in the area.” – Minnesota State Trails

Always enjoyed the southern Minnesota area with the Trout fishing and biking.

Black Friday Logo A Day Challenge

4. Black Friday

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Black friday logo design on black friday shopping.

Happy Thanksgiving Logo A Day Challenge

3. Happy Thanksgiving

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Happy Thanksgiving Logo from Watermark Design. Since it’s Thanksgiving.

Glacial Lakes State Trail Logo

2. Glacial Lakes State Trail

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“The Glacial Lakes State Trail in Minnesota is paved with asphalt for 22 miles between Willmar, Spicer, New London, Hawick. Also the trail is located on a former Burlington Northern Railroad grade.” – Minnesota State Trails

Arrowhead State Trail Logo

1. Arrowhead State Trail

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“The 135 mile Arrowhead State Trail extends from the intersection with the Taconite State Trail (near Tower) to 3 miles south of International Falls. The natural surface trail is used primarily for snowmobiling. Approximately 69 miles of the trail are suitable for horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking in the summer, however there may be wet areas.” – Minnesota State Trails

Mark Haugstad

Mark Haugstad, founder of Watermark Design, which is based in Elk River, Minnesota. Since 2011 we've been a WordPress web design development agency providing services in web design services. Mark has always wanted to provide better quality service, affordability & support to local businesses. When Mark is not working with the Watermark Design team you can find him hanging out with his wife, five children and enjoying the MN outdoors; hunting, fishing and camping.

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