Stigman’s Mound Park

Located in the little town of Nimrod, Stigman’s Mound Park was originally established by the Nimrod Grange organization, and is now owned by the County. It is named for Dick Stigman, who was raised in Nimrod, and later went on to play professional baseball and pitch for the Minnesota Twins.

This little park does not offer overnight camping but hosts a good sized shelter for family picnics and outdoor organizational meetings, and outhouses are available.

River Activities
Canoes cannot be landed at this site, however they can be landed across the river from this picnic area and access to the park gained by walking across the bridge. From here it is 1 mile to the next available landing.
Flag and building at Stigman's Mound Park