Sibley State Park800 Sibley Park Road NE
New London, MN 56273
Entrance is on U.S. Highway 71, 15 miles north of Willmar.Get Directions
There is something for everyone at this active west-central Minnesota park. Camping, swimming, fishing, hiking, skiing and attending interpretive programs are among the visitor favorites. Take part in a year-round naturalist program providing activities on the park's natural, cultural and recreation resources. 18 miles of hiking, 1.8 miles of biking and 7 miles of horse trail. Enjoy a variety of water sports in the park's five lakes; boat and canoe rental is available. 8 miles of mostly intermediate level cross-country ski trails, 2.5 miles of skate ski trails, and 6 miles of snowmobile trails.
Hours & DatesBook an online reservation 24 hours a day. Phone reservations can be made by calling 866-857-2757 (TTY: 952-936-4008 )Apr-Sep, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily; Oct-Mar, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon - Fri and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat & Sun CT
- Daily camping maximum: $23.00
- Daily camping minimum: $17.00
Park permits: $35 annual, $26 additional vehicles, $12 handicapped, $30 motorcycle, $7 daily.
- Open in fall
- Open in winter
On-Site Facilities & Services
- Children's programs (scheduled, supervised)
- Located on a lake or river
- Bike trail
- Canoes or kayaks available
- Cross-country ski trail (groomed)
- Fishing boats available
- Hiking trail
- Lake/river access (boat ramp)
- Snowmobile trail (groomed)
- Snowshoes available
- Swimming beach
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Energy efficiency/conservation
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Water conservation/wastewater management plan
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
Number/Type of Campsites
- Number of camping cabins: 4
- Number of camping cabins available in winter: 4
- Number of sites in horseback camp area: 9
- Total number of campsites: 141
- Total number of campsites available in winter: 6
- Camping accessible to disabled
- Flush toilets in campground
- Group camp facilities
- Hookups available in winter
- Hot showers in campground
- Lodge/central building
- Pets allowed in campsite
- Pull-through sites
- Sanitary dump station
- Secluded campsites
- State Parks Campgrounds
Length of Stay
- Daily site rental
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 52 reviews
We spent the 4th of July weekend in Lakeview campground. I biked through Oak Ridge campground twice and it is much nicer. The sites are well spaced and have some privacy. By comparison Lakeview is...
— Jim W, July 5, 2020
Nice place to walk around and enjoy nature. Would also recommend bringing a picnic basket for your summer experience.
— 007campfire, December 22, 2019
This is a very nice campground with most sites being level and nicely spaced. On a beautiful lake with great walking paths and a well stocked gift shop on grounds. Some turns are a bit tight...
— Nancy M, October 3, 2019
Drove through while tent camping at the much smaller Monson State Park just down the road.
Lakeview campground is quite treeless- 70 plus campsites all out in the open.
Oakridge Campground has...
— Burditzman, August 2, 2018
Nice swimming beach, handy snack and gift shop. A campground near the lake good for families with children. We often go there for the picnic area near the beach and the baseball field. Another...
— JMR43361, January 24, 2018