Upper Sioux Agency State Park5908 Highway 67
Granite Falls, MN 56241-3609
From the town of Granite Falls at the intersection of State Highway 212 and 23, go south on State Highway 23, about one block to State Highway 67. Turn left on 67 and go eight miles to park entrances.Get Directions
Reconstructed employee duplex from 1854 Indian agency destroyed in a US Government conflict with Dakota Indians in 1862. In addition to the historic site, this park is at the confluence of the beautiful Yellow Medicine and Minnesota rivers. Approximately 18 mi of hiking, horse also or 16 mi of snowmobile trail. Explore the open prairie knolls, bluffs and cool, wooded slopes. Admission by State Park vehicle permit.
Hours & DatesPark permits: $35 annual, $26 second vehicle, $12 handicapped, or $7 daily. Camping fees are separate.
Book 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. D
- Open in fall
- Open in winter
- Open in summer
On-Site Facilities & Services
- Children's programs (scheduled, supervised)
- Located on a lake or river
- Canoes or kayaks available
- Cross-country ski trail (groomed)
- Hiking trail
- Lake/river access (boat ramp)
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
- Native-American heritage
Number/Type of Campsites
- Number of sites in horseback camp area: 45
- Total number of campsites: 37
- 50 amp
- Camping accessible to disabled
- Flush toilets in campground
- Hot showers in campground
- Pets allowed in campsite
- Secluded campsites
- State Parks Campgrounds
Length of Stay
- Daily site rental
- Seasonal site rental
This was #43 MN state park hike. BE AWARE #67 road is partially CLOSED and has been since 2019!!!!!!!! Good grief. What a great hike. Did the Hiking club hike and the wetland hike. It is very...
— Janet B, April 21, 2021
Great hiking club trail. Awesome views of both the Minnesota River Valley and Yellow Medicine River Valley. Length of three miles. Do watch out for horse droppings as there is an equestrian camp in...
— 690jedb, October 19, 2020
beautiful sites, well maintained, trails mowed, But the best part was the DNR officer she was informative and it was very apparent that she loves her job and the park. I believe her name was Emily...
— maryjop66, September 21, 2020
We had a horrible trip here because of mosquitos. We stayed in a tipi and it also smelled. I'm sure if we had come during a different month without mosquitos or if we had an RV it would be better but...
— Елена М, May 27, 2019
The scenery is beautiful and the history is invaluable, but the trails are a little underkept. Realizing we were visiting a few weeks after Labor Day, so I'm sure there are fewer guests and that...
— MarguariteTherese, September 23, 2018