Snow Depth and Groomed Trail Conditions
Lake Shetek State Park
The snow is gone and the ice is extremely thin with spots of open water visible on Lake Shetek. Although the campgrounds and camper cabins are closed until May 1, the park is open for hiking, fishing and other outdoor activities. Vault toilets are available and we ask for the safety of our staff and fellow visitors that people follow the social distancing guidelines while they are out enjoying the outdoors.
|Trail conditions: closed|
|Trail groomed? no|
|Trail base: 0"|
|Trail mileage: 5.0|
The trail terrain consists of flat to gently rolling hills. The snowmobile trail runs through a mixture of open and wooded areas. Two flagged snowshoe trails separate from the snowmobile trails, one is 3/4 mile and the other is approx. 2 1/4 miles, have been marked. Both trails start in the picnic area parking lot. Although we don't groom for cross country skiing, skiers can break their own trails anywhere in the park except on groomed snowmobile trails. Numerous deer and other wildlife can be seen in the park.
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.
- The stone picnic shelter with a wood stove serving as the warming house is located in the picnic grounds.
- Snowshoe rentals available in the park. Ski rentals available from a private vender near the park.
- The park has 4 camper cabins available for rent, Thursday through Sunday during the winter months and daily from April through October. All four cabins feature heat and electricity to keep you comfortable during your winter adventure. Reservations can be made at www.mndnr.gov/reservations or by calling 1-866-857-2757.
Last updated on March 28, 2020. Local snow depth is 0".
163 State Park Road
Currie, MN 56123-1018
Take County Road 38 North out of Currie 2 miles to County Road 37. Go west 2 miles to the Park Entrance.
Parking is available at the picnic grounds or the boat landing.
Phone: (507) 763-3256
Email: [email protected]
Office hours vary in the winter. Best time to contact the park is 9am-4pm.