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Lake Shetek State Park is located in southwestern Minnesota, between the towns of Slayton, Marshall, and Tyler. This area, and subsequently the state park, is famous among the people of Minnesota as being the location of an early pioneer settlement and a conflict between the settlers and the Dakota Native Americans.
During the 1930s, the park was developed as part of the ‘New Deal’ and soon became the spot for those wishing to head out of town for a little lakeside recreation. Rent a camper near Lake Shetek State Park, and you shall find the perfect lake for fishing, boating, and swimming. The surrounding park and land are also ideal for hiking, cycling, and nature watching.
The combination of poignant American history, lakeside recreation, and closeness to Minnesota towns makes Lake Shetek State Park the perfect place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made a lot easier with US 59 running northwards from Slayton to the park. Search for an RV in Murray County to begin your Lake Shetek State Park adventure right away.
Lake Shetek State Park has long attracted Minnesota's avid fishermen and women to its waters, and it is easy to see why. The lake is home to a wide range of fish species and is regularly stocked by Minnesota's department of national resources. Lake Shetek State Park campers can fish from the thirty-two miles of shoreline, or take a boat out onto the water. Bass fish are the most sought after in the lake; these include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and hybrid bass. Alongside these, anglers can catch bluegill, perch, northern pike, catfish, and crappie. During the winter months, many people flock to Lake Shetek for the fantastic ice fishing to be had here.
Lake Shetek State Park is not only famed for its great fishing, but also for its impeccable boating opportunities too. The park has a well-placed boat landing, making it simple to access the water with a boat. Whether you wish to speed along Lake Shetek or gently paddle your way across, there is something for every taste here. Those motorhome camping without their own boat can head to the park office and rent a verity of water-going vessels. The park offers rentals for rowboats, canoes, kayaks, or stand-up paddleboards.
It is not only the promise of lakeside recreation that brings visitors here every year. The park and surrounding area are crisscrossed with a network of hiking, biking, and sometimes horseback riding trails. The trails range for easy to moderate in both distance and difficulty, meaning they are perfect for all hiking abilities. One of the most popular trails takes hikers down past the winding Des Monies River, past the dam, and to the village of Currie. These trails also provide campers with ample opportunity to view the vast array of wildlife at Lake Shetek State Park, especially birds.
Those RV camping at Lake Shetek State Park will find accommodating and perfectly facilitating campgrounds within and around the park. The state park campground comes equipped with full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Facilities here include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower blocks, fire rings, and picnic tables. The campground also offers many pull-thru sites, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome here. Pets are also welcome on site but must be kept on a leash at all times.
‘Schreier’s on Shetek’ is the ideal alternative to camping within the state park. This RV park also provides full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Facilities here include a dump station, free WiFi, laundry services, and flushing toilets.
The nearby ‘End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum’ is a must-see when in Murray County, and can also be reached within a short 30 min walk from Lake Shetek State Park. The museum strives to record, preserve, and present the history of Murray County and the nearby town of Currie. Visitors can view a range of exhibitions showcasing local history, with particular emphasis on the trail line and local depot. This is must-see for anyone interested in local history and being so close to the park, unmissable.
The city of Worthington is only a forty-minute drive south from Lake Shetek State Park and is the perfect destination for sight-seeing a day trips. Worthington is home to the ‘Spomer Classics Museum of Automobile Memorabilia.’ This museum is a must-see for any car fanatic, and an interesting day out for the whole family. As well as a wide range of classic cars on show, this museum also includes an impressive display of neon signs from many famous US brands. Visitors can also trawl through Spomer Classic’s many examples of memorabilia, including vintage vending machines, vintage candy boxes, and much much more.
While in Worthington, visit the Nobles County Pioneer Village, Minnesota's largest historic village. Here, visitors can explore up to thirty buildings, and experience the trials of America's westward expansion into and beyond the prairie. From the historic farm site to the extraordinary rail depot, the numerous exhibits represent the many industries that built America. Along the way, you will find unique collections and artifacts, including the celebrated iron long, blacksmith shop, and saloon. A visit here will give a true experience of the early settlements, and a better understanding of US history.