Minnesota’s Moose Lake State Park
Minnesota State Parks and Trails offer something for everyone! In northern Minnesota, rolling hills surrounded by fields, woods, ponds and fishing lakes sets the scene for Moose Lake State Park. Popular for hikers, anglers, canoeists, swimmers and campers. An accessible fishing pier on Echo Lake makes catching bass, Northern Pike and panfish an experience everyone can enjoy.
The park hosts two handicap accessible campsites. Visitors have the opportunity to rent boats, canoes, and kayaks during office hours.
Take time to visit the 4,500 square foot Agate and Geological Interpretive Center that showcases Minnesota’s gemstone, the Lake Superior agate. And bring your bicycles to explore the Willard Munger State Trail, a 60 mile trail two miles west of the park.
Camping & Lodging
Located in three loops of the park’s campground. The sites are partially shaded.
Primarily located in the south end of the campground. All are 30-amp sites.
RV Length Limit
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Wheelchair Accessible Sites
Located in the main campground adjacent to the shower building.
Located off one of the campground loops about a 150-foot walk from the parking area. These are more secluded sites.
1 Site – Accommodates up to 45 people
Site includes vault toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, and water faucet. Tents only.
Showers are located in the campground in a new sanitation building. Showers available Memorial weekend through Labor Day.
Flush toilets are located in the campground in a new sanitation building.
Moose Lake State Park facilities are available Memorial weekend through Labor Day.
Vault Toilets Throughout Park
All are available year-round.