Hayes Lake State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 37
Number of Sites with Electric: 18
Some days it's just you, loons, and moose, while you traverse around Hayes Lake. Fed by the north fork of the Roseau River, the lake supports crappie, sunfish, large mouth bass, and northern. Birdwatchers have spotted over 200 species in or near the park. The summer is perfect to look for orchids, gentians, and blueberries (you can pick the berries, but not the flowers). Visitors also enjoy swimming and canoeing in the lake, along with camping. Trails for hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, and horseback riding connect with the Beltrami Island State Forest.
Campgrounds: Hayes Lake has two loops with a total of 35 campsites. Two camper cabins are available from April through October. Two hike-in campsites are also available, located on a scenic overlook on the north side of Hayes Lake. In winter, camping can be made available at this park by contacting the park in advance. The group camp is available from May through October.
Electric Sites: Park has 18 electric sites for use during the summer camping season.
Reservations: Recommended during the summer and early fall seasons for camping and the park's camper cabin.
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