Trail Snow Report
Sibley State Park
Ski trails are ungroomed and remain in poor condition. Since the snow events of late Feb., we had a warming trend last week and snow melted. While we did have a snow event yesterday, the ski trails are ungroomed, due to not enough snow. Snow that is available is sticky, due to warm weather. Please be aware that parts of ski trails are bare, and that sticks and other debris may be sticking out in some areas.The Pond View hiking/snowshoe trail has not been packed since the new snowfall.The sledding hill has 0 - 1 inches of snow.Snowmobile trails were not recently groomed. Trails in the open are nearly bare. Riders should still watch for the orange reassurance signs and not venture off of designated trails.
|Trail groomed? no|
|Trail base: 0 - 3"|
|Groomed mileage: 10.0|
|Difficulty: beg. to int. (track)|
|Trail groomed? unknown|
|Trail base: 0 - 2"|
|Groomed mileage: 6.0|
The trails consist of hilly, wooded terrain, with numerous wetlands and lakes. The park harbors a wide variety of wildlife and offers beautiful views of the surrounding landscape from the scenic overlooks through Sibley.
- A warming house is available at the Trail Center.
- Ski passes are sold at the park office.
- Rental skis are available from the Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center, (320) 354-5894.
- Contact the park for winter camping opportunities.
Last updated on March 08, 2018. Local snow depth is 4".
800 Sibley Park Road NE
New London, MN 56273-9664
Sibley is located on Highway 71, fifteen miles north of Willmar. Signs will direct you to the park and signs within the park will direct you to the Trail Center, where the trailhead begins.
Parking is available at the trailhead.
Phone: (320) 354-2055
Email: [email protected]
Contact hours are generally, 9:00am-3:00pm Monday to Friday in the winter.