Maplewood State Park
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The maple forest turns brilliant shades of orange, gold, and red in the fall.
Eight major lakes and many ponds offer water lovers places to swim, fish, boat, and simply relax.
Lake Lida has a sandy beach and large picnic areas for visitors.
Drive along the scenic route to observe the wildlife: the park is host to 150 bird species and 50 species of mammals.
The extensive trail system attracts hikers, horseback riders, and cross-country skiers.
Tell me more about this park's wildlife, history, geology and landscape.
The ice has gone out on Beers Lake, Grass Lake, and Bass Lake. A few lakes in the area remain with some ice cover. Horse Trails are open. All campgrounds are now open for semi-modern camping with shower facilities now open for the season. The Park Drive is now fully open along with all other park roads. Please contact the Park Office at (218)863-8383 for more detailed information. Horse Trails are open for the season.
The only entrance to the park is located off highway 108 east of Pelican Rapids.
Purchase a Minnesota State Parks Gift Card.
Campsites in the equestrian campgrounds can be reserved. Some sites are able to accommodate additional campers (up to three). Please contact the park for approval.
Firewood Restrictions Information:
Bird Checklist at Maplewood State Park.
Best time to contact the park:
Daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
If no one is available, please leave a message.
39721 Park Entrance Road
Pelican Rapids, MN 56572
The park entrance is located 7 miles east of Pelican Rapids on State Highway 108.