Lake Bronson State Park
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From the observation tower in the park, view the prairie and aspen-oak forests or watch for deer, sharp-tailed grouse, and sandhill cranes.
The South Branch of the Two Rivers fills Lake Bronson. The lake, which is actually a reservoir, offers visitors swimming, fishing, boating, great camping, and a tranquil backdrop for the picnic grounds. For those who prefer a prairie experience, one of the campground areas allows camping on the prairie.
Trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling provide visitors with great recreation choices.
Tell me more about this park's wildlife, history, geology and landscape.
Wi-Fi in Lakeside Campground
Thanks to the Friends of the Park group, Lakeside Campground now has wireless internet! The internet shuts off after deer season and turned back on in May.
Reservable Pull-Through Sites
Reservable pull-through sites are now available in the Lakeside Extension Campground.
Geocaching Demo Park:
Lake Bronson State Park is a Geocaching Demo park. We have GPS units to loan out for free if you do not have your own - just inquire at the park office to borrow one of ours.
Purchase a Minnesota State Parks Gift Card.
Firewood Restrictions Information:
The Lake Bronson State Park Visitor's Center is available for rent anytime of the year. The Great Room is a perfect venue for meetings, community or family events. There is an attached kitchen for food preparation and service. Please contact the park for availability and rental fees.
The Friends of Lake Bronson State Park group is active again and seeking new members! Membership is open to individuals and organizations interested in supporting Lake Bronson State Park through park improvement projects and volunteer activities. Call the park at 218-754-2200 for membership information.
Bird Checklist for Lake Bronson State Park.
Best time to contact the park:
Daily, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Office hours will vary. If no one is available, please leave a message.
County Highway 28
Lake Bronson, MN 56734
Located 2 miles east of the town of Lake Bronson, the park access is on County Highway 28.