Roy Lake State Park
Open: Open May through October
Number of Sites: 102
Number of Sites with Electric: 88
Roy Lake is known for its excellent walleye, bass, panfish, and pike fishing, but you don't have to be an angler to enjoy all this park has to offer. Visitors will find sandy beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, boat ramps and a variety of trails to keep them busy. A resort offers conveniences like groceries and bait, as well as boat rentals and cabins to enhance your stay.
Camping:102 sites in two campgrounds (88 electrical). One wheelchair accessible site. 14 tent-only sites. Showers. Water. Dump station. West Roy campground is the larger of the two, while the campground at East Roy is smaller and more secluded. East Roy campground has one camping cabin available
Recreation: Camping. Basketball. Boating. Cross-country skiing. Nine-hole disc golf course. Fishing. Game/equipment checkout. Accessible and island hiking trails. Horseshoes. Two accessible picnic shelters. Playground. Ski beach. Near snowmobile trail. Swimming. Volleyball. Amphitheater and interpretive displays. Resort.
Swimming/Beaches: Swimming beach. Ski beach. No lifeguard on duty. Swim at your own risk.
Fishing/Boating: Three boat ramps. Accessible fishing dock. Fish cleaning station. Walleye, northern pike, bass, crappie, perch, bullheads. License required.
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