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Milford - Gull Point State Park

1500 Harpen Street
712-337-3211

Camping

The Gull Point campground is one of the most popular in the lakes area. The campground is well shaded and features paved roads, playground equipment, modern restroom and shower facilities, as well as a sanitary dump station. There are a total of 112 campsites, 60 with electrical hookups. Advance campsite reservations can be made online through the park reservation system. Half of the campsites are still available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Trails

The western portion of Gull Point State Park is a hiker's delight, with a fine self-guided interpretative trail. On the 1.3 mile trail, visitors can identify a variety of natural features by using the trail brochure. This area of the park is an excellent place to observe a wide variety of wildlife from songbirds to white-tailed deer. In the winter, the area is open for cross-country skiing.



Reviews

grant duhn

Rating:
Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017
Nice quiet place to park and eat my lunch and check out the lake. Sometimes busy in the summer but never super crowded. Beautiful lodge. DNR station and Lake Patrol HQ in park. State employees are not very friendly, most seem arrogant and not around when you need them but doesn't detract from the beauty of the park. Lots of nature to be enjoyed here.

Colby Elmore

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Friday, Nov. 17, 2017
Beautiful park, amazingly quiet. Very clean, one of the best parks I've been to

Unquiet Mammal

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Monday, July 31, 2017
Beautiful Park, RV Campground with amenities, beautiful beach picnic tables, sand volleyball court a rentable Lodge at 200 for weekends and $100 for weekdays. One of my favorite places in the world. A beautiful wedding spot with over 100 guests seated comfortably in the lodge easily.

James Kiefert II

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Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017
Great place for a walk. Enjoyed the view of the lake, and all of the wild life.

Christopher Guelcher

Rating:
Friday, Dec. 8, 2017
Wonderful state park. Highly recommended

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