Description - This information provided by North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department
This small prairie park, established in 1925, occupies a peninsula jutting into Green Lake in the rolling farmland of south central North Dakota.
The park is named after J.J. Doyle, who gave the original acreage. Doyle came to the area in 1884 with his father who homesteaded nine miles south of Wishek. He served on the first village board when Wishek was established in 1898, and later served in the North Dakota House of Representatives in 1909 and 1915.
Although Doyle Memorial is one of the state's smaller parks, it offers great opportunities for outdoor recreation with picnic shelters, modern campsites, boat ramp and playground.
- * 21 acres
* 6 sites
* Electrical hookups
* Boat ramp
* Picnic shelters
Recreation - Doyle Memorial State park offers recreation including Fishing, Boating, Camping, Picnicing to visitors
Climate - North Dakota lies in the northwestern continental interior of the US. Characteristically, summers are hot, winters very cold, and rainfall sparse to moderate, with periods of drought. The average annual temperature is 40°F, ranging from 7°F in January to 69°F in July.
From Wishek, take N.D. Highway 13 east 2 miles to paved county road, then 5 miles south. A map is available above on this page.