Sibley State Park

Celebrations planned to mark 100 years at Sibley State Park

April 22, 2019

Celebrations planned to mark 100 years at Sibley State Park
Popular destination in Kandiyohi County was designated on April 23, 1919 Celebration events are planned throughout the summer to honor 100 years of Sibley State Park, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The park, in west-central Minnesota, is named for the state’s first governor, Henry Hastings Sibley, and was funded by the state Legislature and designated as a state park on April 23, 1919.   “Sibley State Park is a special place for many people,” said park naturalist Kelsey

Crews make headway on Glacial Lakes Trail

August 10, 2018

NEW LONDON—Construction and development of the Glacial Lakes Trail and it’s 6.5 mile extension from New London into Sibley State Park continues to progress as scheduled with several key milestones recently reached. Last week construction crews installed a box culvert (a concrete tunnel) at the intersection of Highway 71 and County Road 40, which will allow those using the trail to pass safely beneath the roadway rather than risk crossing the heavily trafficked roadway. The tunnel runs diagonally
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