Minneopa State Park
The word Minneopa comes from the Dakota languageand is interpreted to mean "water falling twice," referring to the beautiful waterfalls of the Minneopa Creek. Walk the trail which encircles the falls, leading down a limestone stairway to the valley below. Ascend the opposite side and enjoy a panoramic view of the valley which reveals the underlying geology of this area. Visit Seppmann Mill, a wind driven grist mill fashioned in German style from native stone and lumber, or hike through oak savanna and native prairie grasslands overlooking the scenic Minnesota River Valley.
Drive-in Sites 61 sites
Electric Sites 6 sites
RV Length Limit 60 Feet
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Group Camp 4 Sites - Each accommodates up to 15 people
Site are walk-/carry-in only, located 300' to 600' from parking area. Picnic tables, fire rings, water, and vault toilets are available. Tents only.
Hiking 4.5 miles
Paved Bike .2 mile
Snowshoe Anywhere in the park
Picnic Shelter Open Shelter
Golf Course Within 10 miles
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