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Best RV Camping Sites Near International Falls, MN (22)

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    1.

    Woodenfrog Campground

    14 Reviews
    69 Photos
    80 Saves
    Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

    The campground is considered "primitive," designed to furnish only the basic needs of the camper. The campsites consist of a cleared area, fire ring, and table. In addition, vault toilets, garbage cans, and drinking water are available. There are only individual campsites available. Campsites are spacious throughout, so the deciding factors are privacy and proximity to the lake.

    All sites are on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Highlights: Woodenfrog State Campground and Day- Use Area is beautiful and rustic with a great swimming beach, boat ramp, and an old CCC building used for interpretive talks on a regular basis.

    The day-use area is located on a pine-covered shoreline, can accommodate large groups, and offers quiet, private sites for smaller groups.

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    • ADA Access
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    $17 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Woodenfrog — Kabetogama State Forest
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    Camper-submitted photo from The Pines of Kabetogama Resort
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    The Pines of Kabetogama Resort

    6 Reviews
    24 Photos
    52 Saves
    Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

    Plan your escape to The Pines of Kabetogama Resort. An impressive expanse of the Northwoods with an exquisite collection of recently remodeled cabins and spacious RV campsites nestled in the towering pines on the shoreline of Lake Kabetogama. Owned by world travelers dedicated to showcasing Voyageurs National Park and surrounding waterways.

    At The Pines of Kabetogama Resort, we are committed to showcasing the beautiful “land of sky blue water”. The Pines of Kabetogama Resort is proud to be featured in “Where Should We Camp Next? A 50-State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and Other Unique Accommodations’’. The author selected our resort as "Best in State" in Minnesota, and we received their "Glamping" badge for our luxury accommodations. In addition The Pines of Kabetogama has been named the Best Place Stay in Minnesota with Your RV by MSN.com!

    Choose from six well-appointed cabins perfect for enjoying the National Park and vast waterways. Interiors are impeccably decorated in Northwoods’ theme with local knotty pine and granite. No need to sacrifice luxury at the lake: housekeeping; high-quality linens and towels are included; luxurious Molton Brown sundries; Keurig Coffee machine; high definition LED television with Direct TV satellite connection; complimentary Wi-Fi; and outdoor dining table and chairs on the large deck with charcoal grill. All cabins are air-conditioned, and there is an onsite coin-operated laundry facility. Plus, you have access to our Concierge Services and an electric golf cart for touring our 54-acre estate.

    Large RV sites are located throughout the 54-acre estate. Several sites have a breathtaking view of Lake Kabetogama. All RV sites have 30 & 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hook-ups, and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is a new restroom/shower facility, coin-operated laundry located on lake level, and there is also a small general store. We do offer electric cart rental or take pleasure in our many walking trails.

    Our new marina offers dock space, gas, ice, and live bait. Electric and water connections are also available at the dock. There is a designated area for fish cleaning. Boat rentals are available to resort guests: Pontoon, Lund fishing, kayaks, and paddleboards. Our angler’s retreat, located on the shore of Lake Kabetogama, accesses the historical chain of lakes – including Namakan, Sand Point, Rainy and Crane Lakes, Sullivan’s Bay, and Ash River. Our resort offers incredible fishing, including but not limited to walleye, sauger, northern, largemouth and smallmouth bass, and crappie.

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    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
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    Boondocks

    2 Reviews
    3 Photos
    6 Saves
    Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $35 / night

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    Big Falls City

    7 Reviews
    12 Photos
    17 Saves
    Bigfork, Minnesota
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $20 - $30 / night

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    Rainy Lake Group Campsite

    1 Review
    7 Photos
    7 Saves
    Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

    Rainy Lake Group Campsite is located on the shores of its beautiful namesake lake in Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota. Voyageurs is a mosaic of land and water, an environment of great beauty, exceptional natural and cultural resources and abundant recreational opportunities. The parks complex system of waterways includes an important segment of the transcontinental highway traversed by French-Canadian voyageurs during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Visitors must park their car and take to the water to fully experience the lakes, islands, and shorelines of the park. Today, motorboats, houseboats, canoes, and kayaks are all used here. Natural Features: Voyageurs is a place where the southern tip of the boreal forest meets and mixes with the northern edge of the hardwood forest. The area is comprised of fire-dependent forests, hardwood forests, peat lands, fens, marshes, rocky outcrops and lakeshore environments. The rocks of Voyageurs tell a great story of mountain building, volcanic activity and glaciation. In fact, the rocks in the park are some of the oldest exposed rock in the world. Wildlife is abundant in the region. Eastern timber wolves, bald eagles, moose and black bears can be seen in the park. Recreation: Exploring Voyageurs extensive waterways is the parks most popular activity. Visitors enjoy canoeing, kayaking, sailing, boating and water skiing. The park boasts numerous hiking trails ranging in length from a short, 1/4-mile loop to an all-day, 9.5 mile trek. Guided boat tours and naturalist programs are offered in the park during the summer months, primarily June through August. Programs take place throughout the park, departing from the Rainy Lake and Kabetogama Lake Visitor Centers. Facilities: This peaceful group campsite can be reached by boat only, and is 9 miles from the Rainy Lake Visitor Center by boat. This site is accessible and a wheelchair lift is available upon request. Within the facility are picnic tables, 2 fire rings, 7 tent pads, 4 food storage lockers, a vault toilet and dock space for 8-10 boats. ACTIVITIES Boating: Kayaking Historic & Cultural Site: Cultural Activities Interpretive Programs: Educational Programs Fishing Hiking Water Sports: Water Skiing Wildlife Viewing Swimming Site

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    • Group
    Camper-submitted photo from Kabetogama Lake Group Campsite
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    Kabetogama Lake Group Campsite

    1 Review
    7 Saves
    Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

    Kabetogama Lake Group Campsite is located on the shores of its beautiful namesake lake in Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota. Voyageurs is a mosaic of land and water, an environment of great beauty, exceptional natural and cultural resources and abundant recreational opportunities. The parks complex system of waterways includes an important segment of the transcontinental highway traversed by French-Canadian voyageurs during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Visitors must park their car and take to the water to fully experience the lakes, islands and shorelines of the park. Today, motorboats, houseboats, canoes and kayaks are all used here. Natural Features: Voyageurs is a place where the southern tip of the boreal forest meets and mixes with the northern edge of the hardwood forest. The area is comprised of fire-dependent forests, hardwood forests, peat lands, fens, marshes, rocky outcrops and lakeshore environments. The rocks of Voyageurs tell a great story of mountain building, volcanic activity,and glaciation. In fact, the rocks in the park are some of the oldest exposed rock in the world. Wildlife is abundant in the region. Eastern timber wolves, bald eagles, moose and black bears can be seen in the park. Recreation: Exploring Voyageurs extensive waterways is the parks most popular activity. Visitors enjoy canoeing, kayaking, sailing, boating and water skiing. The park boasts numerous hiking trails ranging in length from a short, 1/4-mile loop to an all-day, 9.5 mile trek. Guided boat tours and naturalist programs are offered during the summer months, primarily June through August. Programs take place throughout the park, departing from the Rainy Lake and Kabetogama Lake Visitor Centers. Facilities: This peaceful group campsite can be reached by boat only, and is 2.75 miles from the Kabetogama Lake Visitor Center by boat. It is located on the north shore of Kabetogama Lake near Cuculus Island. This site is accessible and a wheelchair lift is available upon request. Within the facility are picnic tables, 2 fire rings, 7 tent pads, 4 food storage lockers, a vault toilet and dock space for 8-10 boats.

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    • Reservable
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      Arrowhead Lodge

      1 Review
      29 Photos
      4 Saves
      Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • RVs

      $39 / night

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