This park has 1,062 acres of primarily young, rich forests and open praire, on a 6,300 acre man-made lake. It attracts hikers, campers, recreational boaters and anglers after walleyes, muskies, and bass.
**Walk-in season until April, 30th**
Services & Amenities:
- Bike Trails
- Boat Launch
- Comfort Station
- Disabled Access Only
- Drinking Water
- Dump Station
- Flush Restrooms
- Handicap Access
- Hiking Trails
- Information Center
- Nature Center
- Pit Toilet
- Toilet, Pit/Vault
- Water Drinking
Alerts and Important Information
All campsites are available 1st come / 1st served at the park if not reserved. These sites can not be held by calling the park. The camper can call the Park to see what sites are open only for the day you call.
Pack-in style winter camping is allowed, though campground roads are not plowed and campsites are not maintained. Usually the snow becomes too deep to drive to sites around mid-November and stays that way until mid-March.
The shower buildings, water fountains, and dumping stations are closed during the winter months due to freezing temperatures. Pit toilets are open year round.
No campsites are situated on the lake. A 30 foot wooded bluff lies between the campsites and the lake.
There are no overnight camping facilities for campers with horses.
There are no water hook-up sites in the park.
A trailer dumping station is available.
Site 27: Hiking trail runs directly behind this campsite.
Vehicle admission stickers are required. Click here for cost of the sticker.
Right Loop and Left Loop Shower/flush toilet buildings will open on May 15th, 2014.
Left Loop Shower/flush toilet building will close on September 15th, 2014.
Right Loop Shower/flush toilet building will close on October 1st, 2014.
Dump station open approximately May 3rd every year
Dump Station Closes approximately October 15th every year
These facilities are weather dependent and dates can change. Check with the property if you have questions.
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