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About Bluff Hollow on Root River

This secluded campsite hosts one party of up to twelve people at a time. It is located below the scenic Bluff hollow along Root River. Pitch your tent in the forest or along the shores of the winding river.

Proximity to the river makes this place great for boating, fishing, and swimming. Amenities include a fire pit, picnic table and outhouse with a compostable toilet. Carry in your own water, firewood, food, and shelter.

Price
$35.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Toilets
Trash Available
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Location
Bluff Hollow on Root River is located in Minnesota
Latitude
43.906 N
Longitude
-92.389 W
Elevation
1 ft
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Directions
Drive in access on a dirt road off of the end of Se 43rd Avenue in Rochester, Minnesota.
1 Review of Bluff Hollow on Root River
First to Review
Private oasis

7/17/20-7/19/20

I found this private campsite on Hipcamp and it had great reviews, so we thought we would give it a try.

It exceeded our expectations

What a gorgeous and secluded weekend getaway. Eric sent very detailed instructions and was very helpful in his communication to make our stay and time at Bluff Hollow fabulius!

There were 2 options for camping - the upper site and lower near the river. We opted to camp and hang out down by the river. The bluff views from camp were beautiful and we spent most of our time kayaking and playing in the water. The lower space was wooded, shady and spacious enough for multiple tents and our 4 hammocks. It also had a nice fire pit. The upper site had a picnic table, fire pit and one of the cleanest outhouses I have seen.

The property was gorgeous and well kept. There were many trails you could take to do some exploring. The wildflowers were beautiful and we saw a deer. I highly recommend this campsite if you are looking for privacy, beauty and a river-side experience. Thank you, Eric!

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