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About Huntersville Township
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Huntersville Township is located in Minnesota
46.768 N
-94.905 W
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Now a private basecamp

This was previously one of many canoe campsites on the Crow Wing River water trail, formerly maintained by Huntersville Townsite. However, the campground was purchased by the private Huntersville Canoe Outfitters and is now their private basecamp, so no one can canoe here unless they are signed up for one of the private guided canoe trips offered by the Outfitters. Though the old Huntersville Township park sign is still standing at the entrance, a new sign has been posted near it stating it is now called Cynthia’s Campground. This is confusing; you would think it is still a public campsite for canoers on the WaterTrail, but it is actually off limits to the public. The owners are maintaining the campground with pride and it is certainly in better condition now than the other canoe campsites along the river, for which I might have given a 4 star rating, and reviews on the Outfitter website show that folks enjoy their guided trips with the outfitter. However, it is disappointing that canoe campers on their own are prohibited from staying here or even stopping, even though the site had been originally developed for and designated as an official Water Trail canoe campsite, hence my lower rating due to the exclusivity. If you want to arrange a guided trip with them, their website is: