Trail Snow Report
Sakatah Lake State Park
The bulk of the snow has melted leaving trails mostly snow free, with scattered snow and ice. The trails will be wet and muddy, rubber boots are recommended.
The trail is wooded, following along the lakeshore with rolling hills. Wildlife may vary. The park has 5 miles of hiking trails. Approximately 3 miles of the 39-mile-long Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail runs through the park and is available for snowmobiling in the winter.
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.
- Snowshoeing is permitted anywhere in the park.
Last updated on March 29, 2019. Local snow depth is 0".
50499 Sakatah Lake State Park Road
Waterville, MN 56096
From Waterville, take Highway 60 one and one half miles east to park entrance.
Parking is available in the park.
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