Water: Water is on for the season. Drinking water is not available in the main campground.
Drinking Water: Gallon jugs of drinking water can be obtained at the park office.
Bathroom Facilities: Vault toilets are located in the campgrounds and picnic grounds. Flush toilets open on May 1, 2015
Showers: Showers have been turned on in the campground
Dump Station: The dump station is open for dumping but drinking water is not available to fill RV tanks.
Campgrounds: Camping is available year-round. 70 drive-in campsites,14 cart-in campsites, and 3 wheelchair accessible sites are available during the summer camping season. The park's group camp is also available year-round.
Electric Sites: Park has 40 electric sites
Special Notes for RV Campers: Pads are available for RV campers. Drinking water is not available at the trailer dump station. See the Visitor Alert section of the webpage for a map showing locations to fill your freshwater tanks before you arrive at the park.
Reservations: Reservations are recommended during the regular camping season, especially for weekends and holidays. No camping reservations are needed in late fall, winter or early spring, but it is recommended to call the park before you arrive.
Contact Notes: Best time to contact the park:
Spring/Summer: Daily, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fall/Winter: Weekends, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Trail Notes: Park has 15 miles of hiking trails. The paved bike trail from the park to Luverne is available for use. In winter, the park has 2 miles of groomed snowmobile trail and 1 mile of hiking trail along park roads. Snowshoeing is permitted anywhere in the park. Trails are open for hiking but not maintained in the winter. Ski trails are not groomed in winter. The park has one trail shelter, which may be heated with a wood stove.