World's Largest Loon

World's Largest Loon opinie, Vergas

World's Largest Loon
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1 within 5 kms

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Ninny Ebaum
171 contributions
Fun Selfie with loon....but wait, there's more!
sie 2020 • Dla rodziny
The loon was fun for a quick family selfie. However, there is a playground, picnic tables...and a beach! When we stopped it appeared that several families were enjoying the beach and having a nice gathering.
Written 16 sierpnia 2020
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lil_T3
West Fargo, Dakota Północna196 contributions
Fun roadside photo opportunity
paź 2018 • Dla rodziny
While visiting friends we decided to check out the Loon. It's a great roadside attraction. The kids loved it
Written 21 października 2018
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baseballslage
306 contributions
A fun roadside attraction
lip 2018 • Pary
The large loon is a fun roadside attraction, especially if you also visit the world’s largest turkey in neighboring Frazee.
Written 18 lipca 2018
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sandcrabMn
MN23 contributions
Photo Op
paź 2017 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
Like all the other photo op statues. Do it if you are there. Great view of Long Lake, Very large so stand close to show the perspective. Loon's are quite an interesting bird so do some research.
Written 4 marca 2018
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Tony M
Dent, MN127 contributions
Largest Loon
lip 2017 • Dla rodziny
The kids always enjoy the stop to see the giant loon. Easy to see right off the highway next to Loon Lake.
Written 4 lutego 2018
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Boyd B
Moorhead, MN134 contributions
Picture Time
gru 2017 • Dla rodziny
If you are into this sort of thing, stop. Take a quick picture, and perhaps enjoy the beach. If you aren't into big statues, keep driving. You will find this on the north end of Long Lake.
Written 2 grudnia 2017
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jshanson
Nowy Meksyk200 contributions
The Minnesota State Bird
wrz 2017 • Pary
Great display...Absolutely the most fun bird to watch on and in the water.
They put their babies on the mom's back to get used to swimming..
When I return to MN, the sound of a loon calling is the first thing I listen for when we return to my home..
Written 11 października 2017
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Pat H
Detroit Lakes, MN224 contributions
Largest loon!
maj 2017 • Dla rodziny
Go loony and make it a photo op! Vergas has the largest loon, Minnesota's state bird. Playground in the park, picnic shelter there too. Pretty views!
Written 28 maja 2017
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507lynettee
Detroit Lakes, MN58 contributions
Vergas Trademark
lip 2016 • Dla rodziny
Every city has their "thing" and the loon in Vergas is no exception.
Nestled by the lake in a nice park and beach area.
Written 4 stycznia 2017
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Patrick B
Shreveport, Luizjana6 contributions
Gotta see it, if in town
lip 2014 • Pary
Nice, small lakeside park to take a break and relax. You have to look for it or you may miss it, but worth a stop.
Written 17 sierpnia 2014
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