STONY POINT

Overview

Reservations to all Chippewa National Forest Campgrounds can be made six months in advance.
Stony Point is located on beautiful Leech Lake, in the heart of Minnesota’s Chippewa National Forest. Visitors enjoy the area for its boating, canoeing, fishing and birding opportunities.

Recreation

Boating and fishing are very popular activities enjoyed by visitors to the campground. Anglers will find walleye, perch, bass, northern pike and muskie, where every cast has the potential to yield a trophy-sized catch. A boat ramp and dock are located within the campground.

Miles of scenic hiking trails meander around Leech Lake, including the Paul Bunyon State Trail, Heartland Trail, Soo Line Trail and North Country National Scenic Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers sites with 30 amp electric hookups, and one walk-to tent site without electric hookups. Flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water and a dump station are provided.

Natural Features

The campground is situated on the banks of Leech Lake in an open, grassy area, surrounded by an old growth forest of oak, elm, maple and ash trees. Some trees are over 200 years old.

Leech Lake is the third-largest lake in Minnesota at more than 112,000 acres, with nearly 200 miles of shoreline. Campers commonly hear the telltale call of loons on the water.

Nearby Attractions

The very popular tourist town of Walker, Minnesota is located approximately 14 miles west of the campground, with a variety of restaurants, shops and festivals available there throughout the year.From Walker, Minn., take Highway 200 east 6 miles to County Road 13. Go north 3 miles on County Road 13 to Forest Road 3793, then east 2.5 miles on FR 3793 to the campground.218-547-1044rburpo@fs.fed.usrburpo@fs.fed.us