Springbrook State Park

Gurthie Center, Iowa

Park History

  • Created in 1926



  • 920 acres of land




  • The Civilian Conservation Corps are involved


Park Features

  • Boating, camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, and bird watching are available



  • Pets are allowed




  • Two stone picnic shelters are available



Park Highlights

  • The area is abound with deer, red and gray fox, coyotes, beaver, raccoon, muskrat, and wild turkey



  • 17 acre lake




  • 91 mile route central state park bike race




  • Hunting atlas shoes the map of their 600,000 acre hunting grounds



Other Information

Open Season: controlled deer hunts in season


Fees:$6.00-$16.00 firewood


Hiking: 12 mile trails snowmobiling is allowed on 4 miles of designated trails


Camping: 120 campsites 81 campsites with electrical hook ups