Water: Water is off for the season. We have turned off the water to buildings in Lakeview and Oak Ridge Campgrounds, and also to outside spigots. Water is always available at the park office.
Drinking Water: Drinking water is available at the Interpretive Center and at the Park Office. Outside water supplies in picnic and campgrounds settings have been turned off throughout the park.
Bathroom Facilities: Modern restrooms are available at the Park Office and the Trail/Interpretive Center. In addition, there are restrooms in many of the camping areas and day use areas that are open in spring, summer and fall. Those seasonal buildings are currently closed.
Showers: The showers are off for the season in Lakeview and Oak Ridge campgrounds.
Dump Station: The dump station is open for the season.
Campgrounds: Sites are open and available in Lakeview and Oak Ridge campground! Horse Trail Center is closed for camping and day riding. Primitive Group Camp is closed as well. Sibley is a popular overnight destination and reservations are recommended for assuring you get a site for camping. During the summer we have much demand for our sites with electricity, call prior to your visit to verify: 320-354-2055.
Electric Sites: Electric sites are available in the Lakeview campground on a year-round basis. The road is currently open for driving, sites are available for all styles of camping units.
Special Notes for RV Campers: Larger RVs will not fit in some sites. Please verify that your RV will fit in a campsite prior to making reservations.
Reservations: Reservations for electric sites are recommended from Memorial Day to Labor Day, especially for weekends and holidays. Reservations are not needed in Lakeview Campground from October 24 - April 30. Reservations are not taken in Oak Ridge Campground from October 20 through May 21.
Contact Notes: Best time to contact the park:
Winter: Generally, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Hours are limited due to staffing.
Office hours may vary. Please call ahead or leave a message.
Trail Notes: The park has 18 miles of hiking trails, 5 miles of bicycle trails, and 8.7 miles of horseback riding trails. Hiking trails are currently open for use. Horse trails are closed for use until roads and trails are able to support horse trailering and riding.
Season Rentals: The Cedar Hill Picnic Shelter is available for group rentals on a daily basis during the summer. Reservations may be made up to one year in advance by calling the park office. In the summer, boats, canoes and kayaks are available for rent at the park store.
Naturalist Programs and Park Tours: Programs are not being offered at this time.