Sakatah Lake State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 67
Number of Sites with Electric: 14
Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail runs through Sakatah Lake State Park and stretches 39 miles from Mankato to Faribault. The paved trail offers hikers, bikers, skiers, and snowmobilers beautiful scenery through Minnesota's hardwoods. Sakatah Lake, a natural widening of the Cannon River, lures canoeists to paddle the calm waters, and anglers to catch walleye, large mouth and white bass, northern pike, and panfish. Whatever the season, visitors enjoy camping and picnicking.
Drive-in Sites: 62 sites are located in a shaded area with heavy canopy woods. Majority of the sites are well spaced, most with good privacy. In winter, some electric sites are available for camping.
Electric Sites:14 Sites are located in two of the four camping loops.
Bike-in Sites: 5 Sites are available only for bike touring people who bike into the park without motorized vehicles. There are no vehicle parking spots near these sites. Drinking water and toilet facilities are located nearby in the park's upper group camp.
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