Located on the Mississippi River, Charles A. Lindbergh State Park offers visitors a wooded campground, hiking and skiing trails, and a quaint picnic area. The picnic area includes a historic Work Projects Administration (WPA) picnic shelter and a stone water tower. Fish the waters of the Mississippi River, canoe Pike Creek, or walk the trails amid grand red and white pine, aspen, oak and prairie. Look for bald eagles year round. During your summer visit, stop in at the historic home of Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., father of the famous aviator, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. The home and adjacent museum are operated by the Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) and are adjacent to the park.
Campgrounds: The campground is closed for the winter for drive-in traffic. Campers can still hike or ski in 1/3 mile to camp.
Campsites are wooded and private. Sites are also available in winter, but campers must walk or ski to sites after deep snowfall closes access.
These sites are available year-round.
RV Length Limit
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Located along the creek about 1/4 mile from parking area.
1 Site - Accommodates up to 30 people
Site is adjacent to campground. Tents only. Picnic tables, fire rings, and water from a spigot are available.
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