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Shower building and modern restrroms closed for the season.: The shower building and modern restrooms are closed for the season. The campground hydrants and dump station will remain open for year round use.
Youth Group sites Y119 and Y120 are closed: Due to construction of new shower building, youth group sites Y119 and Y120 are permanently closed. Please contact park staff at 641.747.3591 for alternative site locations within the park.
Springbrook State Park, IA
DescriptionSpringbrook State Park truly offers something for everyone! The park encompasses 930 acres of rolling hills, mature timber, a small lake and abundant wildlife. The state acquired the park in 1926 and most of the buildings were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.
The park is nestled among numerous small communities which provide a variety of dining, shopping and other recreational opportunities. Whether you are here to hike, fish, camp or hunt we welcome you and hope you enjoy your stay!
In addition to hikers and snowmobilers, bicyclists have ample opportunities to enjoy themselves while visiting Springbrook. The Central State Park Bike Route connects Springbrook State Park, Ledges State Park and Big Creek State Park. The 91 mile route is relatively flat, with a few challenging hills as you make your way across the valleys of the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers.
Anglers will find ample opportunities to catch crappie, largemouth bass, bluegill, sunfish and catfish. The lake has three fishing jetties, two docks and a boat ramp. Although gas-powered motors are not allowed, the lake allows electric trolling motors. There is also a boat ramp in the southern portion of the park for access to the Raccoon River, and a trail farther west that takes anglers to a fishing riffle on the river.
For those who like to bicycle, the Raccoon Valley Bike Trail is located 5 miles from Springbrook State Park. The Conservation Education Center, adjacent to the park, holds a number of outdoor skills camps and workshops for kids and adults throughout the year.
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Alerts and Important InformationThe Conservation Education Center is an Iowa DNR facility near the park that has dormitories and a dining hall. Reservations for this facility are handled at the Center. Please call 641/747-8383. for more information.
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Hwy 25 turn east on county road F25. Drive approximately 1.5 miles to park entrance.
We are located approximately 9 miles north of Guthrie Center, Iowa. From Hwy 4, turn west on county road F25. Drive approximately 5 miles (and past the Education Center entrance) to the park entrance.
We are approximately 5 miles west of Yale, Iowa or 15 miles NW of Panora, Iowa.
Mailing Address:Springbrook State Park
2437 160th Road
Guthrie Center IA 50115
Phone Number:Project Office:(641) 747 - 3591