Big Stone Lake State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 37
Number of Sites with Electric: 10
Big Stone Lake is 26 miles long and is located on the South Dakota-Minnesota border. The lake is the source of the Minnesota River and attracts anglers who catch walleye, northerns and bluegills. The northern section of the park, called the Bonanza Area, provides a picnic area, boat launch and a primitive group camp for guests. The area also includes the Bonanza Education Center which provides a place to discover the past and ways to preserve it. The southern section of the park, called the Meadowbrook Area, contains a campground, swimming beach and hiking trails.
Thirteen lakeside sites. Boat landing, beach within walking distance of campground. In winter, campsites are available, but the road to the campground is not plowed.
Sites are close to shower building.
RV Length Limit
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
1 Site - Accommodates up to 20 people
Site is located in the lakeshore in the Bonanza area. No vehicle access, carry-in distance is 100 yards from parking. Vault toilets available. Tents only. No electricity. Site available through mid-September.
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