Lake Macbride State Park

Lake Macbride State Park


Location:4 miles west of Solon, off IA 382.
Facilities:50 modern campsites (é) with shower and restroom (37 sites have electrical hookups), 60 non-modern campsites with non-flush restroom; open picnic shelters (é), day-use lodge (é), playground; multi-use trails, Volksport trail; fishing jetty, 7 boat ramps, boat rentals, swimming beach, food concession, 812-acre artificial lake.
Activities:Camping, swimming, lake fishing, boating, hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, bird watching.
Special Features:Park is named for Dr Thomas Huston Macbride, an early Iowa conservationist credited with helping to establish Iowa's state park system.
Address:3525 Hwy 382 NE
Solon, IA 52333

Phone:319-624-2200
Fax:319-624-2188
Web: www.iowadnr.com/parks/state_park_list/lake_macbride.html
Size: 2,180 acres.

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Native Prairie Reconstruction on Lake MacBride's south shore, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Lake MacBride State Park, Solon, Iowa