Nimrod Lake is a perfect place for the outdoor enthusiast to swim, ski, boat, camp, picnic, hike, hunt, or fish. There are four full service modern campgrounds and one modern day use area on the lake. Two of the campgrounds (Quarry Cove and Carter Cove) are on the lake, Sunlight Bay is on Wilson Slough which is located just off of the Fourche LaFave River upstream of the lake, and River Road is on the Fourche LaFave River just downstream of the Nimrod Dam. Carden Point is a day use only area located on the lake. These areas offer 115 campsites, 8 picnic sites, 9 boat launch ramps, 3 designated swimming beaches, 5 group picnic shelters, 6 playgrounds, 1 amphitheater and miles of shoreline.
Please be Aware – Due to unforeseen circumstances such as high lake levels or storm damage, it may be necessary to close certain areas and/or facilities in the parks or on the lake. It is recommended that you contact the Nimrod Lake Office before you leave home.