Hayes Lake State Park

Roseau, Minnesota

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This wildlife- laden park is on the border between farmland and wilderness, and contains a man- made lake, which is fed by a fork of the Roseau River. Fishing is good here, with crappie, northern pike, and largemouth bass all in abundance. Bird-watchers love this park too; over 200 species have been recorded in or near the area. There are numerous activities available within the park, including hiking, biking, horse riding, and fishing. Campsites are generously spaced and have lots of tree cover for excellent shade and privacy. Pets are allowed, except in the camper cabins.
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by Amy Rea (Falcon Guides)

This wildlife- laden park is on the border between farmland and wilderness, and contains a man- made lake, which is fed by a fork of the Roseau River. Fishing is good here, with crappie, northern pike, and largemouth bass all in abundance.

Bird-watchers love this park too; over 200 species have been recorded in or near the area. There are numerous activities available within the park, including hiking, biking, horse riding, and fishing. Campsites are generously spaced and have lots of tree cover for excellent shade and privacy. Pets are allowed, except in the camper cabins.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Roseau
Campsites: 41
Season: Apr-Oct
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Camping, Birding, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: (218) 425-7504; www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/hayes_lake/index.html
Fees per Night: $10-$20+
Facilities: Swimming beach, fishing, boating, hiking and biking trails, horse trails, playground, flush toilets, drinking water, showers, and dump station (seasonal).
Driving Directions: Directions to Hayes Lake State Park

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