Located about 14 miles (22km) northeast of Grand Marais, Judge C.R. Magney is one of eight state parks that make up Minnesota’s North Shore experience along Lake Superior.
Primary natural features
Judge C. R. Magney State Park is Home to Devil’s Kettle Falls and Rock, a unique and odd looking water feature on the Brule River. The river splits in two at Devils Kettle and it is unknown where one branch actually dispenses. While the river spills into Lake Superior, researchers have never seen things lost in the falls, emerge in Lake Superior.
Other interesting facts
Does it get more interesting than that?!
About the park
Home to camping, hiking and beautiful waterfall viewing, see if you can figure out what happens at Devil’s Kettle.
At Park Entrance
Stop here for vehicle permit and park information.
Check at the park office to see if any are scheduled.
Remnants remain of the Grover Conzet WPA camp that was in operation in the park area during the 1930s.
At Park Office
Firewood is available at the park office.
Running water, toilets and showers available. For more information about Temperance River State Park, Maps or to reserve a campsite visit the Minnesota DNR.