Gull Point State Park

Gull Point State Park


Location:3.5 miles north of Milford, off IA 86.
Facilities:Campground with 112 campsites (60 with electrical hookups; @di), paved roads, modern restroom and shower facilities, and playground equipment, day-use lodge (é), open picnic shelters (é), interpretive trail, swimming beach, fishing pier.
Activities:Camping, swimming, lake fishing, boating, sailing, water-skiing, hiking, cross-country skiing, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Located on West Lake Okoboji, this park serves as headquarters for the Gull Point Complex of state parks and recreation areas around northwestern Iowa's lakes region. The park features the Gulf Point Lodge, built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It is the largest historic lodge in the state and includes full kitchen facilities and seating for 140 people. The lodge can be reserved for a variety of group activities.
Address:1500 Harpen St
Milford, IA 51351

Phone:712-337-3211
Web: www.iowadnr.com/parks/state_park_list/gull_point.html
Size: 195 acres.

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