Camden State Park offers much for visitors to enjoy. Fish for brown trout in the Redwood River or bass and bluegill in Brawner Lake. Hike the trails or cool off in the spring-fed pool. Walk along the wooded river valley, climb the Dakota Valley Trail to the lookout for great fall colors, or go canoeing on Brawner Lake.
Woodlands, maples, basswoods, oaks, and cottonwoods, dominate this park. Sun-drenched prairies, grasslands, and marshes offer added diversity. The park provides picnic areas, campgrounds (drive-in, horseback, and group), swimming, hiking, and cross-country skiing.
Native and Restored Prairies
Drive-in Sites 80 Sites
Located in the Upper and Lower Campgrounds.
Pull-Through Sites 7 Sites
All are electric sites and are located in the Upper Campground. 60-foot limit is for drive-through sites only.
Electric Sites 47 Sites
21 in the Upper Campground and 26 in the Lower Campground.
RV Length Limit 50-60 Feet
Length is measured from the front of tow vehicle to rear of the vehicle being towed. 60-foot limit is for drive-through sites only.
Wheelchair Accessible Sites 2 Sites
Located in Lower Campground.
Horse Camp 12 Sites
Maximum capacity 50. No reservation required.
Group Camp 1 Site - Accommodates up to 50 people
Site located adjacent to the Redwood River. Tents and pop-up campers allowed. Vault toilet, running water, toilet building with sinks, picnic tables, and enclosed picnic shelter with electric outlets. No showers.
Self Guided 1.7 miles in the park.
Hiking 15.8 Miles
Paved Bike There are 1.1 miles of Surfaced Trails In Park, part of the Camden Regional Trail
Camden Regional trail from Marshall to the park is now complete.
Mountain Bike 4.25 Miles
Also added a segment of 1.1 miles of single track rake-and-ride
Horse 10 miles in the park.
Seasonal use only.
Cross Country Skiing No groomed trails
Trails are not groomed, but you may blaze your own trail anywhere in the park that isn't groomed for another use.
Snowmobile No groomed trails
Snowshoe Anywhere in the park
Picnic Area 3 Separate Areas
Picnic Shelter Open Shelter and Enclosed Shelter
Can be reserved by calling the park. Both have electricity and are wheelchair accessible. Enclosed shelter includes a wood stove.
Horseshoes North Picnic Area
Horse shoes available at park office.
Canoe Access Brawner Lake
Golf Course Within 5 miles.
Located in Lynd.
Warming House Enclosed Picnic Shelter
The shelter in south picnic area doubles as warming house in winter.
Water Source Brawner Lake and the Redwood River located in park.
Fishing Fish for brown trout in the Redwood River or bass and bluegill in Brawner Lake.
Swimming Beach Within the park
Boat Access The boat access is a drive-in facility.
Boating Restrictions Electric motors only.
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