Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Gouldsburg Park Open for the 2010 Season

Gouldsburg Park is Officially Open for the 2010 Season.
The Bathhouse is open and the Electricity is on.

Located 3 miles north of the intersection of U.S. HWY 18 or 230th Street and county Road W14 or Rose Road. Turn onto Sunset Road and follows until you come to the park on your left side (18649 Sunset Road)

Gouldsburg Park consists of 64 acres at the confluence of the Little Turkey River and Crane Creek. These water ways provide good fishing, tubing and canoeing.

The topography is rolling to hilly with desirable picnicking areas.

The park features a modern campground with dump station, showers, flush toilets, and electrical hook ups.

The park also has pit toilets, primitive camp sites, a playground, shelter house and hiking trails.

This park also features an historic mill stone that was once inside of the Gouldsburg Mill build in 1860/70’s.  Because of the chinch bugs that destroyed the wheat crop the mill closed in 1881.

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