Snow Depth and Groomed Trail Conditions
Lac qui Parle State Park
The ski trails are really pretty good. If we get the inch or two of snow they will be very good.
|Trail conditions: unknown|
|Trail groomed? partially|
|Trail base: 4"|
|Trail mileage: 0|
|Difficulty: beg. to int. (track)|
There are no groomed trails in the park, but skiing and snowshoeing are allowed. The trail runs through flat flood plains along the shores of Lac qui Parle lake and the banks of the Lac qui Parle river. Common wildlife include deer, pheasants, and geese.
You can snowshoe anywhere in Minnesota's state parks and recreation areas, except on trails that are specifically groomed for another activity, such as skiing or snowmobiling.
- A warming house is available in the campground area of the park.
Last updated on January 26, 2023. Local snow depth is 14".
14047 20th Street Northwest
Watson, MN 56295
Approximately 1/2 mile north of Watson on U.S. Highway 59 and State Highway 7, then west on Chippewa County Road 13. Follow park road to your choice of trailheads.
Parking is available through out the park.
Phone: (320) 734-4450
Email: [email protected]
Contact hours vary, please leave message.