Games Lake County Park is located 9 miles west of New London, MN. We are a full service campground, which includes 56 campsites, a beautiful beach, restaurant, playground, shower house/clean bathrooms, and laundry facilities. We also have an assortment of watercraft rentals, sand volleyball, bait, tackle and a game room. Games lake is part of a chain of lakes that includes East and West Norway lakes. Fish found in these lakes include Walleye, Northern and pan fish. We are open from May to October 8am-9pm.
Fishing, Forestry & Environment
We are a campground with 54 sites. We offer water, sewer and electricity at every site. Our electricity has 20, 30 & 50 amp service. We are on the North Shore of Green Lake right between New London & Spicer. We are open from the 2nd week of May until The 3rd week of September.
Relaxed atmosphere. A family campground located on the southwest shore of Long Lake. Provides shaded campsites, two cabins, picnic tables, fire ring, swim beach, fishing, much more for our camping friends
We are your outdoor headquarters – we’re more than a convenience store. We carry Redwing shoes, Irish Setter hunting boots, Carhart clothing and military surplus. You can also find hunting & fishing gear & licenses. We are a place for all seasons! We fill LP tanks-gas-diesel-non oxi gas. DNR approved firewood. There are groceries available. Intersection HWY 9 & 71. Open 7 days a week 7 am – 8 pm summer hours
Prairie Woods ELC is a regional center for environmental education, team-building and outdoor recreation. Customized learning adventures for all ages and beautiful rental facilities for groups of 6 to 300. 7 miles of cross-country skiing and hiking trails, a challenge course, wetland walkway, indoor climbing wall, sporting clays, pioneer cabin, archery and more. Outreach programs include a 34′ voyageur canoe, portable climbing wall and a traveling enviro puppet theatre. Call us for “Serious Fun!” 320-354-5894
There is something for everyone at this popular west-central Minnesota State Park. Hike to Mount Tom, and see a patchwork of forest, farmland, prairie knolls, and lakes. Summer visitors enjoy swimming, boating, picnicking, and fishing on Lake Andrew. The park offers campgrounds, a modern group center, horseback camps, hiking/snowshoe trails, canoe portage route, picnic area, and interpretive programs year-around.
Campsites are 100% reservable; same day reservations online/1-888-990-4322.