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Roberts Creek Park

Camping Camping at Roberts Creek Park

Roberts Creek Park has two separate campgrounds. Roberts Creek West Campground and Roberts Creek East Campground.


Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Roberts Creek Park
 Roberts Creek Lake is a 300 acre impoundment of adjacent Red Rock Lake, but there is no direct waterway link between Roberts Creek Lake and Red Rock Lake. Roberts Creek Lake makes for good canoe, kayak and paddle boarding due to the length, 1.5 miles, and the relative narrow width, average of 1/4 mile, that keeps the water relatively protected from most wind directions, along with several small bays that add up to approximately 5 miles of shore line to explore. The lake has a "No Wake" restriction for power boats that also creates a safer paddling experience and is easily accessible for paddling boats from the East Boat Ramp. 
Disc Golf Disc Golf at Roberts Creek Park
9 Hole Disc Golf Course Located at Roberts Creek East Campground
Fishing Fishing at Roberts Creek Park

 300 acre Roberts Creek Lake offers good fishing opportunities all year round whether fishing from a boat, from shore or through the ice when conditions are suitable. Two boat ramps allow easy access to launch, all boat motors are allowed, but a “No Wake” restriction is enforced. Predominately, fisherman are targeting Black/White Crappie during the open water season and through the ice in winter, but Largemouth Bass and Bluegill are also abundant and sought after by anglers. During the open water season, those seeking to catch Catfish will find good success also. Lake Red Rock, a 15,000 acre Army Corp reservoir adjacent to Roberts Creek Park, offers an additional opportunity for Crappie, Catfish and Largemouth Bass; along with, Walleye and White Bass.


Hunting Hunting at Roberts Creek Park

 The 500 acres of public hunting available at Roberts Creek Park are located in two separate parts of the park, 420 acres are located on the north side of the park adjacent on both sides of Dubuque Drive and 80 acres are located in the southeast portion of the park at the junction of Fillmore Drive and Hwy G28. Both areas consist of open grassland areas surrounded by oak/hickory timbers. Game animals that inhabit these areas include White Tailed Deer, Turkey, Pheasants, Squirrel, Rabbit along with other fur bearing animals