​​​Lac qui Parle Yellow Bank Watershed District

Stone Hill Park- Del Clark Lake

Trout fishing update (MNDNR):


Five hundred catchable brown trout were stocked into the creek on Tuesday April 9th.  A few rules: Anglers 16 through 89 need to have a 2019 MN fishing license; anglers also need a trout stamp when fishing in the stream if they are 18 through 64 years old (unless they are fishing with a valid 24 or 72 hour license, or are otherwise exempt from fishing license requirements).  The season in Canby Creek is April 13th through September 30th.  Anglers can keep 5 trout, with only 1 greater than 16 inches.  We want anglers to harvest and eat these fish since they do not overwinter very well in the stream.  Some trout will migrate down into the lake.  The trout season in Del Clark Lake is May 11th through October 31st.  Anglers can keep 5 trout, with not more than 3 greater than 16”.  Anglers do not need a trout stamp if they are fishing in the lake unless they are trying to catch trout or decide to keep trout they catch by chance.


Directions:

At the 4-way stop junction of Hwy 68 & 75 in Canby, go west on Hwy 68 approximately 2 blocks (follow signs), 
turn left onto County Road 30 and go approximately 1 mile to Stone Hill Park.

2019 Rates  (all rates include sales tax)

Daily:
Lights & Water                                 $25.00
Overflow (electric only)                    $20.00 
                             
Weekly:
Lights & Water                                 $145.00

Monthly:
Lights & Water                                 $500.00

Seasonal: May 1 - Oct 1
Lights & Water                                    $1,350.00
Lights, Water & Sewer   (single)         $1,600.00
Lights, Water & Sewer  (double)         $1,825.00

Park Fees:
Yearly Park Pass                                    $30.00
Daily Park Pass                                        $5.00 

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P.O. Box 2
Canby, MN  56220
Park Manager:  Ron Fjerkenstad
Phone:  507-223-7586 or 507-829-0394

A hard surface access road leads you to 64 spacious campsites.  We offer electric, water and sewer hook-ups at most sites for your camping needs.  Primitive sites are also available.

  • The modern showers and restrooms are kept clean and in good condition                            
  • A large basketball court is available for your recreational needs                                          
  • A paved bike trail leads straight into Canby   
  • A children's playground is located next to the beach and picnic area                              
  • The park has a shelter that can be reserved for large groups                                              
  • Manager on duty at all times