Sibley State Park Fall Color Report 9-14-17

Where to go
Hike along the Pond View Trail for views of wildflowers and grasses. Climb the Mt. Tom lookout to get a bird’s eye view of tree tops and the surrounding landscape.

What you’ll see
Flowers such as brown-eyed Susan and goldenrod add a touch of yellow to prairie areas. Big Bluestem and Indian Grass continue to mature, adding a tinge of Maroon and Gold to open meadows. Ash, Basswood, Hackberry and many understory trees are beginning to turn and drop their leaves. Woodland vines add a splash of red here and there. Maples have a bit of color in the tree tops.

More tips
Kayaks and canoes are available to rent during weekends. Experience a unique view of the park from the serene waters of Lake Andrew.

Leaves are at 10-25% of their peak color, flowers are at 25-50% and the prairie grasses are at 50-75% of their peak color.

Fish our lakes

The possibilities are endless on our 30 recreational lakes…boating, swimming, fishing, water skiing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boating, hydro biking, paddle boarding and so much more!

Fishing Report

Explore our Trails

Surrounded by beautiful lakes and scenery…who wouldn’t take a hike or a leisurely bike ride to enjoy the view? With miles of trials to choose from, you can always find new places to explore.

Trail Report