Sandy Point Park

This 24-acre park, located in rich farm country, is on the west shore of South Heron Lake. Heron lake is a very unique body of water totaling over 8,000 acres which provides on of the best waterfowl production areas in the state, as well as many recreational opportunities. The park provides an excellent area to observe shore birds, white pelicans, Canadian geese, and many other species of waterfowl.

To enhance the attractiveness of the park to birds and waterfowl, over 2,000 food-producing trees and shrubs have been planted, and a wildlife pond is on the west end of the park. An observation tower was constructed to increase the quality of waterfowl observation. This park can be used for field sports and volleyball. 

Facilities include: shelter house with fire place and electricity, water supply, picnic tables, grills, playground equipment, restroom, boat ramp, dock and volleyball stands. Camping facilities include: 12 campsites offering 20-and 30-amp outlets.


From Lakefield, go west on County Road 20/Okabena Road. There will be a sign for Sandy Point. Turn right on 850th Street and continue until you arrive at Sandy Point County Park.