Big Stone Lake State Park

Contact Information


  • Daily Camping Minimum: 12
  • Daily Camping Maximum: 20
  • Park permits: $25 annual, $18 second vehicle, $12 handicapped, or $5 daily. Camping fees are separate.


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On-Site Facilities & Services

  • Located on a Lake or River

On-Site Recreation

  • Swimming Beach
  • Canoes or Kayaks Available
  • Hiking Trail
  • Lake/River Access (Boat Ramp)
  • Playground
  • Snowshoes Available

Accommodations Policies

  • Open to the general public, no membership required


  • Travel northwest from Ortonville on State Highway 7, approximately seven miles.

Other Date Information

  • Reservations: or 1-866-857-2757.

Green Practices

  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
  • Eco-Friendly Landscape/Facility Design

Length of Stay

  • Daily site rental

Campground Features

  • Electric
  • Pets allowed in campsite
  • Open in fall
  • Open in winter
  • Flush toilets in campground
  • Group camp facilities
  • Hot showers in campground
  • Lodge/central building
  • Sanitary Dump Station

Number/Type of Campsites

  • Number of tent-only sites available in winter: 37
  • Number of RV/Trailer only sites available in winter: 0
  • TOTAL number of campsites: 37
  • TOTAL number of campsites available in winter: 37

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  1. Big Stone Lake State Park - Activities

    35889 Meadowbrook State Park Rd
    Ortonville, MN 56278
    Call: 320-839-3663
    Toll Free: (866) 857-2757

    On the shores of this large lake, visitors enjoy quiet sunsets and excellent walleye fishing at the source of the Minnesota River. The drive along the lakeshore, through the apple orchards north of Ortonville, is especially beautiful in the fall. 1.5 mi hiking trail. Semi-modern camping with sanitary facilities, swimming beach, boat launch with dock. Visitors also enjoy the park's native prairie and bird watching opportunities.

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