Sibley State Park
There is something for everyone at this popular west-central Minnesota State Park. Hike to Mount Tom, one of several high points in a 50-mile radius, and see a patchwork of forest, farmland, prairie knolls, and lakes. Summer visitors enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing on Lake Andrew. A canoe route invites adventurers to portage and canoe on Henschien Lake and Swan Lake. The park offers campgrounds, a modern group center, horseback camps, picnic area, and interpretive programs year-around.
Who was Henry Sibley? Find out about the historic figure for whom Sibley State Park is named. Henry Sibley Podcast
Tell me more about this park's wildlife, history, geology and landscape.
Sibley State Park has been busy this fall, the weather has been good and the hiking is outstanding. Fall color is beautiful, think about a great camping trip and a drive on the Glacial Ridge Scenic Byway this autumn.
Be fascinated. Check out the naturalist programs and other activities scheduled at the park.
Updated Management Plan:
A management plan sets the direction for the state park for the next 15-20 years, and includes recommendations for managing natural and cultural resources and providing recreational and interpretative opportunities to park visitors. Learn more about our plan.
Scheduled programs are based on Sibley State Park's natural, cultural, and recreational resources and are offered most weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day Weekend.
Closed until further notice.
The Trail Center is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week year around. It includes a water fountain, restrooms and park information.
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Don't move firewood!
Burning non-local firewood can spread invasive species, and it's against Minnesota state law. Learn more. Always buy your firewood at the park, or from an approved local vendor. Find firewood vendors for Sibley State Park.
Bird Checklist Sibley State Park.
Best time to contact the park:
Daily, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
800 Sibley Park Road Northeast
New London, MN 56273
From St. Cloud, take State Hwy 23 to New London, then State Hwy 9 west to County Rd. 40. Then go west on County Rd. 40. Go one mile north on 71 to park entrance.
From Willmar, take US Hwy 71 north, 15 miles to the park entrance.