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Phone: Steve Lottman 320-235-7769 OR Mark Grindy 320-235-9625
Joe Shimota 320-979-4953
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Dennis Evenson 320-894-1461
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The ski and snowmobile trails at Sibley State Park are partially groomed and conditions are considered fair. The trails have a 3 inch base on average. Roughly 5 inches of snow covers the ground within the park.
Snow depth varies throughout the park. We did have some snow melt this week. The trails have been packed. Mt. Tom road and the skate ski loop are the only trails with tracks set. We hopeful that conditions will improve with the predicted snow accumulation tonight into Friday.
All snowmobile trails at Sibley State Park remain ungroomed but conditions are considered fair. The trails have a 3 inch base. Roughly 6 inches of snow covers the ground within the park. Mt. Tom road and the skate ski loop are the only trails with tracks set.
Snow depth varies throughout the park and most of the trails have been packed. Mt. Tom road is the only trail with tracks set.
Local snow depth is 4 inches. Poor snowmobiling conditions due to lack of snow. Trails have not been groomed.
There is 1 inch of snow on the ground, since it rained/melted Wednesday evening (Dec. 15).
Currently there is only 3 inches of snow on the ground so there’s not enough for cross country skiing or snowmobiling yet. But we are expected to get some more snow on Friday.
We encourage you to enjoy our many area trails by walking, jogging, biking or roller blading while we wait for our snowy winter to arrive! The cross country ski and snowmobile trails in the Willmar Lakes Area remain closed due to a lack of snow. Plan your perfect winter getaway now! Soon the Willmar Lakes Area will turn into a winter wonderland and whether you love ice fishing, ice skating, cross country skiing, snowmobiling or fat tire biking, countless winter adventures await you in the Willmar Lakes Area! Read more…
The many beautiful trails in the Willmar Lakes Area continue to be free of snow and ice. Enjoy the warm November we are having and soak up the sun on the Glacial Ridge State Trail!
Most areas of central Minnesota are past peak, but pockets of nice fall color can still be found scattered throughout the eastern region. Updates from Minnesota State Parks and Trails and the MN Department of Natural Resources.
Where to go Head to Mt. Tom for a panoramic view of the surrounding forest. Henschien Lake’s Shoreline is very colorful this week. Hike the Pond View Trail by the Interpretive Center for a mix of prairie grasses, flowers and deciduous trees. The park’s beach area provides great views of the forest along Lake Andrew. What you’ll see The Oak trees are showing yellow. The Maple trees are still consistently red and orange. The Ash trees are still showing yellow on the leaves that are left. We have had a…
Where to go Enjoy the cooler fall temps while checking out the Hiking Club Trail for some early fall colors. The Boat Landing has great views of the surrounding forest. What you’ll see The Oak trees are showing yellow colors. Maples trees are showing orange and red colors. We did have a fair amount of leaves dropping this week from rain and wind. More tips The Monson historic shelter building is a great place to have lunch and view the fall colors. To see current fall photos of the park, click…