Kittson County. 1 mile east of Lake Bronson on County 28. Highway map index: B-3.
Lake Bronson State Park is a 4,375-acre island in a sea of wheat fields wrapping around the Lake Bronson reservoir that was built in 1936 to protect the lake less county from drought and offer swimming, boating and fishing opportunities.
The Works Progress Administration built the beautiful granite buildings at the park, during the Great Depression of the 1930’s.
For campers the park has 152 drive-in sites with wifi, six pull-through sites of which 67 have electricity with an RV limit of 50 feet. There is one wheelchair site, three backpack sites two canoe sites and a group camp.
There are showers, toilets and a dumping station.
There is a two mile paved trail from the Lakeside campground to the swimming beach, 14 miles of hiking trails, a mile and a half of a self-guided and five miles of mountain bike trails as well as seven miles of cross country ski trails. Snowmobile trails also connect to the park.
The visitor center is open 24-hours a day and is available to rent. It includes interpretive exhibits focusing on the aspen forest, the WPA history and the recreational opportunities of the area.
There are boat, motor, canoe, kayak and snowshoe rentals available at the park office. You can also buy park gifts and firewood at the park office.