Zumbro Bottoms Horse Campground - Central



From Wabasha take U.S. 61 (S) to Kellogg; turn right on Wabasha Rd. 18. Go 8 mi. and turn right on township road just past Conception Church (229th Ave.). Follow 229th for 2 mi. and then turn right onto 235th Ave. and follow 2 mi. to the campground. There are large signs at the last two intersections.



Phone: 651-345-3401

Managed by: Frontenac State Park

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Fees: Fee information
Equestrian site $16

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Description: The 16 horse campsites are considered primitive, designed to furnish only the basic needs of the camper. The campsites consist of a cleared area, fire ring, and table. A vault toilet, a hand-pumped well, picket lines, tie rails, and manure disposal are also available. The campground allows for portable corrals.

All sites are on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee.

Highlights: Zumbro Bottoms offers access to 44 miles of horseback riding trails. The trails have been marked with brown signs showing appropriate uses.

Horseback riding trails are open May 1 - November 1.

Communication is limited and the trail system is multi-use in areas.

Visitor Alert:

• The Golden Eagles Motorcycle Club will be hosting a motorcycle trail ride the weekend of May 17 & 18 and doing trail work May 13-16. We strongly suggest equestrians find other places to ride that weekend. Both Hay Creek and Krueger forestry units offer horse trails for your enjoyment.

• The Central Assembly Area well serving the hand pump has failed and is only producing very small amounts of water. Please plan to bring water if you are visiting this site.


16 horse sites

1 toilet

1 well

drinking water

1 picnic table

symbol wheelchair denotes accessible feature, (#) denotes number that are accessible.