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After reading the reviews, and also after depending time previously at Minnesota state park campgrounds, I was disappointed. It's an okay campground but I wouldn't stay here again. I have read that the campground had some tough times, & it shows in places. The dhower/restroom building needs…
This spot is basically a convenient place to park an RV while visiting Duluth. Close to the interstate, real close, and within 1/2 mile of the most visited tourist attraction in Minnesota. Nothing fancy, a place to park with electricity if you want it. Reservations not available, first come ,…
This campground is perfectly located. The grounds are beautiful and it is connected to a Mt. Bike trail. There is a bar and grill on site with a variety of delicious meals and the best chocolate fudge cake I've ever had. We enjoyed spending a couple of days here during the fall. The fall colors…
Great spot! The campsite host was helpful for local fire rules and helping to point out water spouts. The trails are nice walking trails with picturesque views of the lake. Campsite fee was $23, vehicle registration $7 for the day, firewood $6 for the day. Main cabin was closed for the season but…
If you looking for a great ATV campground or looking for a campground under $1500, this is hte place to go! Lots to do near by Legion 1.3 miles away and a great cafe as well across the street. Ice is in expensive and so is firewood, basic camping, small playground and a basketball court going…
Stayed for 2 nights mid-week in October 2021. Wooded sites. New restroom/showerhouse. Clean. WiFi. 3 bars T-Mobile. Popular state park, busy campground. Fantastic hiking trails throughout state park. Helpful staff in park office. Water. Trash. Would stay here again.
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In town, at marina, and boat dry dock yard. Fun for those that enjoy looking at boats and watching marine activities. No playground for children.
Got exactly what we were looking for, a quiet wooded site.
First off, the location listed in The Dyrt is incorrect - this campground is on Lake Superior in Two Harbors MN. The lakeside sites are beautiful and ok space wise, but beware if your site is towards the middle of the park - they are super small and crowded. Sites near the road are very noisy.…
This spot was super nice and peaceful! Lots of different dispersed spots. Go down Tamarack Forest Road, which is a little further than the location on here.
Sites are small and crowded with some road noise but has everything you need. Close to hiking trails and not far from towns to get things you forgot.
The campground at Jay Cooke State Park is really nice. The sites are well maintained and private (for the most part. More on that later), and the shower and bathroom facilities are really top notch. Plus, lots of great hikes nearby and only 25min from Duluth.
Sites: Most sites are very…
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We camped here mid-week and the place was not full so it was quiet and sites have trees and shrubs for some privacy. We saw a Baltimore Oriole which is something we don't see often in Northern MN.
We stayed in one of the 3 backpacking sites. Our site was closest to the little manitou falls and had a few little access points to take in the view. The site was tucked away and private, but could pick up the occasional sound of cars/hikers on the other side of the falls/river
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Nice gravel sites, mostly level, some pull through. Some full hook ups, most have electric and water. Hosts are helpful. Shower and bathroom are showing their age.