Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Lake Elmo County Park Preserve
Operator
County
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Lake Elmo County Park Preserve is located in Minnesota
Latitude
44.981 N
Longitude
-92.897 W
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23 Reviews of Lake Elmo County Park Preserve
Awesome place to camp!

Used the walk in sites. Very quiet and private. Took my 4 year old son and he loved it. Truly felt like you where going off into the middle of no where, but was close to everything Incase something happened or my son had to tap out. Ended up being a great trip.

Great escape but still in the twin cities!

We love coming here as once you are inside the park it feels like you are out far but so close to home! We can come here for a quick hike or run or spend more time with the kids enjoying the trails. Never camped here but I’ve seen many people here!

Great sites, affordable and not too crowded

Great campground, sites are spacious and spread out, electric hookups at all sites, swim pond is great for kids, and other amenities like an archery range and hiking trails are fantastic for kids.

So awesome

Such a beautiful place and well maintained. Lots of hiking trails, a lake for fishing, playgrounds, and a man made lake for swimming. Two weird things: no alcohol and no dogs in the campground (yet they are allowed everywhere else in the park). We go here as often as we can

Well put together

There are a variety of sites (RV,Group, and my personal favorite back packing), and some have great views.

Trails are great but extremely crowded on the weekend.

Still, it's great for how close it is to the cities.

Beautiful!

We stayed 12 nights here in April to May. It was so peaceful and quiet. Saw deer almost every day. My toddler loved going to the campsite playground as well as going on a nice walk to a giant playground in the main part of the park! Just fyi, no sewer or water hook-up. Electric only. But they do have a dump station. And have to pay for parking a vehicle. $7 a day or $30 for the year, and you can go to other parks in the area with that pass.

it has everything!

primative yes, gruoup yes, then the individual sites too all have electricity

nice organization and things for everyone

just east of st. paul - 2000 acres with 2 lakes and a swimming pond

Great park and campsites

clean, secluded sites. Nice park with lots to do; swimming, hiking, and bike trails. Primitive campgrounds are hike-in and offer a lot of privacy.

Jewel near the City

We stayed only one night at this campground during our summer travels. We did not explore much of the camping area. The site we had was plenty big enough. It was a back in site and kids had plenty of room to run and play in our site. This campground was the Modern area with electricity. Some sites had water and some had full hook ups. We knew we didn’t need much for one night so we just got one with electricity. Check in was easy and there was plenty of room to maneuver around. This campground is in a great location if you want the perks of a city. It’s quiet at night. We visited the Mall of America while we were here. It was about a 20 min drive from the campground. Access to the interstate was very easy.