Lost Dog & Fox Hunters Park

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Guidance for Brown County Parks during the COVID-19 Outbreak

In response to Governor Walz’s Stay Safe Minnesota Order, the Brown County Parks Department has made changes in regards to park services:

  • Lake Hanska, Lost Dog and Fox, Mound Creek, and Treml County Parks are currently open
  • Lake Hanska campsites and camping grounds will be open effective 6-1-2020.
  • Potable water and a sewage dump station is available at the campground. Picnic shelters are able to be reserved effective 6-1-2020.

Unless noticed, parks will remain open for hiking, fishing, and other leisure activities, but the Parks Department advises caution during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Brown County Parks Department is committed to the health, safety and welfare of the public along with providing the community with the services they need during this difficult time. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Brown County is following CDC, MDH, and local Public Health guidance for recommendations aimed at reducing the spread of infectious disease, such as hand hygiene, hand washing and sanitizing, covering the nose and mouth with tissue or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing, social distancing, and staying home when sick. The COVID-19 outbreak presents challenges to all of us as we work to build a safe community. Working together, we can keep moving forward while doing our best to reduce risks of the spread of the disease.build a safe community.  Working together, we can keep moving forward while doing our best to reduce risks of the spread of the disease.


lostdog1121Located approximately 5 miles south of New Ulm on Clear Lake, Lost Dog and Fox Hunter’s County Park offers a quiet, shaded setting on the edge of Clear Lake. The park is named for the Lost Dog and Fox Hunter’s Club. The Club donated the land and provided funds to develop the park area.

There are 360 feet of lake frontage with a dock for easy shore fishing. This day-use park also offers two picnic shelters, sand volleyball, playground equipment and open play areas.