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Bray Park & Campground


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  1. Bathhouse
  2. Boat Launch
  3. Drinking Water
  4. Dump Station
  5. Electrical Hookups
  6. Fire Rings / Grills
  7. Fishing
  8. Fishing Dock
  9. Interpretive Centers
  10. Kayak/SUP Rental
  11. Mobile Camping Sites
  12. Nature Trail
  13. Picnic Shelters
  14. Picnic Tables
  15. Play Equipment
  16. Playground
  17. Resident Caretakers
  18. Swim Beaches
  19. Tent Camping Sites

About the Park
Bray Park features open space and attractive wooded areas. Overnight RV and tent campers are welcome. There are numerous activities for young and old to enjoy. The park contains a 0.7 mile-long hard-surfaced nature trail.

An additional 1.4 mile-long primitive footpath trail includes a unique 70 foot-long swinging bridge over a ravine. A log cabin / interpretive center is available and can be reserved for group meetings, family gatherings, and company picnics. To reserve the log cabin / interpretive center, call (507) 243-3885. To reserve a campsite, you can do so online (new reservation system coming soon!) or call (507) 243-3885. A copy of the campground reservation map allows you to preview reservation options prior to making any online reservations.

On the southeastern shore of Madison Lake off County Road 48, about 2 miles southeast of the City of Madison Lake.

Madison Lake (1,347 acres) contains crappies, sunfish, walleye, northerns, bass, and bullheads. A fishing dock and boat landing dock are provided.

Park Size
102.3 Acres

Acquisition Date
September 1972

*Water to the camp sites and bath houses may be turned off prior to October 31st.  The decision is based on weather and temperatures to prevent damage.  There will be a water fill station available; please kindly ask your caretaker.  We are sorry for any inconvenience.