STOCKTON STATE PARK
Sail away on the clear waters of Stockton Lake. Fish, water ski, scuba dive, swim or just relax. Whatever your preference, Stockton State Park can satisfy your craving for water recreation.
The Stockton area's open topography creates a dependable southwest breeze perfect for sailing. Fishermen can cast their lines for bass, crappie, walleye, catfish and bluegill. Stockton State Park's marina rents a variety of boats ranging from personal watercrafts to sail boats. The park has two launching ramps, making lake access easy.
A swimming beach accommodates visitors who would rather play in the water than on it. For land dwellers, Stockton State Park is the perfect destination for photographers, bird watchers and nature lovers. All park guests can enjoy lunch at a shaded picnic table, under one of two open shelters that overlook the lake, or in the park's dining lodge.
After a fun-filled day of activity, visitors can relax and camp under the stars at one of the park's basic or electric campsites, or rent a motel room or duplex cabin with kitchenette.
For an action-packed vacation or a quiet day sailing or fishing, Stockton State Park provides the perfect natural setting.
Marina and Park Store
Your marina host, Ron Mary, and his experienced staff can satisfy your every need from ice to waverunner rental. The crew at the store will ensure that your vacation is both enjoyable and safe. For more information about the concession facilities, please call (417) 276-5329 or visit their Web site at www.stocktonstateparkmarina.com.
We feature Sundancer pontoon boats and Yamaha waverunners along with the freshest bait on the lake. Forgot your pole? No problem! We've got you covered with the finest tackle for rent or purchase.
Stay inside Stockton State Park and enjoy all the beauty that Missouri's hidden gem has to offer. Whether you enjoy the cozy motel rooms, the spacious condominiums or the new log camper cabins, Stockton State Park is your "home" away from home.
Motel rooms have single and double beds and will sleep three comfortably, while the condos have a full kitchen with two queen size beds and will sleep six. There is a two night minimum stay on weekends and three nights on holidays. Major credit cards are accepted. The units are open March through October.
For 2006, condominium rates range from $89 to $109 (plus tax); motel rooms range from $36 to $44 (plus tax); and the camper cabins are $49 (plus tax). Reservations are not accepted by e-mail.
Our full service restaurant and marina are just steps away.
A sand beach, with a restroom and changehouse facility, is located at the north end of the park. The beach area is not supervised by a lifeguard and is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day. Also located nearby is a picnic area with tables and outdoor grills.
The park has concrete boat ramps at both the marina and at Hartley Cove. There are no launch fees or motor restrictions at Stockton State Park.
A quiet cove or secluded shoreline is not hard to find at Stockton Lake. Anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including bass, white bass, crappie, walleye, catfish or bluegill. Fishing is not allowed near the boat ramps or the marina area; there are no motor restrictions on the lake.