Stockton State Park
|Stockton State Park|
|Missouri State Park|
|Elevation||948 ft (289 m) |
|Area||2,176 acres (881 ha)|
|Management||Missouri Department of Natural Resources|
|Website: Stockton State Park|
Stockton State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Missouri consisting of 2,175.90 acres (880.56 ha) located approximately 9 miles (14 km) south of the city of Stockton. The park occupies a northward jutting peninsula between the Big and Little Sac arms of Stockton Lake, a 24,900-acre (10,100 ha) reservoir created when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dammed the Sac River in 1969. The park's water-based recreation includes fishing, swimming, skiing, scuba diving, and sailing.
Activities and amenities
The park offers a marina with two boat ramps and more than 300 stalls, some assigned exclusively to sailboats, a swimming beach, picnic areas, campgrounds, and camper cabins.
- Stockton State Park Missouri Department of Natural Resources