Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Gull Point adventure.
Discover the Serene Beauty of Gull Point State Park.
Summer is the absolute best time to head to the lakes region of northwest Iowa, and at Gull Point State Park, you can head out on West Okoboji Lake for some serious sailing, paddling, boating, and fishing. Plentiful game fish will give you a run for your money, and the Gull Point Campground is one of the most popular in the area. Planning a part or rockin’ reunion? Rent the Gull Point Lodge, a huge facility with a kitchen and dining hall that will seat 140 happy picnickers. Do something different this year and get wet and wild in Iowa.
The ideal time to visit Gull Point State Park is during the warm summer months when the park is in full bloom and the lake's waters invite for a swim. Spring and fall offer cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, perfect for those seeking solitude. Winters can be harsh, with snow limiting access to certain areas, making it less ideal for a visit.