Talcot Park Campground

Attention Campers!

Talcot Park Campground now has a coin-operated washer and dryer available. Users will need to supply your own coins and laundry detergent. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact your park supervisor or the County Parks Department.

Talcot Park Campground

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Physical Address: 53100 State Hwy. 62, Dundee, MN 56131


  • 65 camping sites with water and electricity
  • Tenting areas available
  • Shelter house
  • Picnic tables and grills
  • Bathrooms with shower facilities
  • Swimming area with sandy beach (unsupervised)
  • Playground area
  • Sand volleyball
  • Basketball court
  • Horseshoes
  • Camper dump station
  • Fish cleaning facility 
  • Coin operated washer and dryer

The park is open from May 1- October 31 with a shorter bathhouse season.  

Campground Map: 

  • Click here for camping map.
    • Sites in red indicate seasonal rentals.
    • Sites in white indicate daily rentals.


In January of 1957 the Dundee Rod and Gun Club founded Talcot Lake County Park. In May of 1976 the land was released to Cottonwood County for development and maintenance under the direction of the DNR. In 1974 Cottonwood County Park purchased thirty adjacent acres through the LAWCON grant (this land currently serves as the campground). Forty thousand was used for roads, picnic facilities, comfort stations, and camping areas.

In 1985 the State-owned land was separated from the thirty acres. The State's property is used from day-use activities and public access to Talcot Lake. The County-owned land serves as a camping and swimming area. LAWCON provided a grant for an additional twenty-five thousand in 1985 for development of a dump station, well water system, landscaping, camping pads, and improved roadway.