Yes, we are open! While things this summer may look a bit different, we are excited to have you visit. Please visit our lodging page to learn more about the precautions we are taking to keep you and your loved ones safe. Additionally, we are offering a limited menu for take-out/outdoor dining only at the Snak Shack. We appreciate you continuing to practice safe social distancing protocol as well.
- The clear blue waters of Stockton Lake make Stockton State Park an ideal destination for water recreation. The 24,900-acre Stockton Lake was created when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completed a dam across the Sac River near Stockton in 1970. Since then, the lake has become a favorite spot for fishing, swimming, skiing, scuba diving, and especially sailing. The open topography of the area allows a dependable southwest breeze for sailing.
- Stockton State Park offers a beautiful area that is wonderful for bird watching, viewing wildlife, photography, fishing, exercising, and enjoying the beauty of nature.
- If you're feeling adventurous, take sailing lessons at our American Sailing Association (ASA) 3-Time Top Ranked Sailing School. Our instructors will teach you how to navigate the waters of pristine Stockton Lake and you will be sailing in no time! - PLEASE NOTE OUR SAILING SCHOOL IS NOT ACCEPTING STUDENTS AT THIS TIME.
See the Sailing School page for more information.
- If you're around in April, join us for the Havin' A Crappie Weekend Outdoor Festival to help raise funds to implement trails into the park for family enjoyment, learning, and exercise. See our Havin' A Crappie Weekend Outdoor Festival page to learn how you can participate, co-sponsor, or volunteer.
- The park is a great place to bring the family for some summer fun. Check out our Other Events page for events such as Yoga in the Park.
- Looking for a fishing guide? Give Gary Stanton a call today!
- Stockton State Park is also a great place to log your miles for the 100 Missouri Miles challenge. Not familiar? You can run, hike, walk, bike, roll, swim, or paddle your way to 100 miles - all while enjoying our beautiful state. Visit the website to start logging today. It's free!
- After a fun-filled day of activity, visitors can relax and camp under the stars at one of the park's basic or electric campsites, or rent a log camper cabin, or duplex cabins with kitchenettes. If you have a larger group or family and want a great view of the lake, check out our newest addition - our 3 bedroom house.
Check out our Specials page for great deals on boat rentals and lodging throughout the season.
Would you like to bring your four legged pal to the park with you? Check out our lodging page for more information about the "Cabins for Canines" program. This program is currently available in the camper cabins.