Springbrook State Park encompasses a total area of 920 acres of land in Guthrie County, Iowa. The park is close to Yale City and the Guthrie Center. To get to the main entrance to the park, drive about eight miles northeast of Guthrie Center, off IA 25 and 384. The park is about five miles west of Yale City.
When you get to the park, you will find several features that make this park a fun and enjoyable place to be. First, wildlife is abundant throughout the park and includes animals like coyote, red and gray fox, muskrat, wild turkey, deer, beaver, and raccoon.
Additionally, there are lots of other facilities that further make this park a place to enjoy. Some of the amenities at the park include modern showers and restrooms, over one hundred campsites (most of which have electrical hookups), several family rental cabins, open picnic shelters, hiking trails, picnic areas, restroom facilities, boat rentals, a swimming beach, concession, fishing jetties, a playground, and boat ramps.
The amenities at the park make it possible to enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities including camping, fishing (lake and river), boating (electric motors only), hunting, hiking, bicycling, swimming, and snowmobiling.
If you decide to go to this park, you can also bring your dog along at no extra cost. Although your dog is welcome to the park, you will find that there are strict park regulations that are designed to protect the biota at the park. The rules will also protect visitors to the park, other pets, and your dog.
Some of the rules that you should be aware include the following. First, all dogs must be restrained on a leash that is six feet long or shorter at all times. Additionally, you are not allowed to leave your dog unattended. If you decide to camp in the park, you should also be aware that you are only allowed to have a maximum of two pets/dogs per yurt or cabin.