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We where on the Oakwood Campground for few days . Its a very quiet Campground with view of the lake. AMAZING WE COME BACK 🤩🤩🤩🤩
Just look for the big corn cob nice clean. Favorite place to stay on way to jackpot casino usually a place open
Right next to hiway. Only one site with electric as far as I could tell didn't stay just parked and rested for few hours.
There is a water access to the mn River. They have cabins that I've never stayed in but look nice.
Nice looking place. We ended up staying in the parking lot near campgrounds. We set up reservation and showed up that morning to find the place full we didn't bother to make a problem we just parked the rv in parking lot for public and had no problems, just used gennie and left a little earlier…
Cheapest place with newest showers and bathrooms trails with awsome veiws
Was very quiet clean place very friendly.
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Great people and walking trails are some of the best around deer you can walk right up to and the water fall is beautiful.
Fairly busy and not very private. Nice lake and cool trail out to the island
was hassled everyday to pay a min. Of $40. For crappy bathrooms not very plesant man. It says donations but insisted on knocking on door at 6:00 am every morning wanting $40.00 even unplugged us when we didn't answer door fast enough. We ended up leaving the second day as he was yelling I got your…
Didn't get in till late evening so had to do our initial exploring at night with our handy dandy headlamps!🤪 Still fun, peaceful and even better we had the whole park to ourselves! Had tons of peaceful animal visitors including herds of white tail deer walking through our camp ground! Owls and…
I was up in the Oak Woods Campground. This was pretty much an open field with people crammed together. One of my neighbors sat and watched a certain cable news channel on a giant outdoor TV hooked up to their bus from 8am until 10p. I can tell you that a TV host named Tucker was very angry that…
Happened to find the Groove City campground looking for a place to pull over for lunch on a trip.
It was closed when we were there but could tell it had been open this past season. All the sites are paved and back in style. Not much privacy but great views of the little lake. Appears that all…
Stayed one night, tent only, but water and electric hookups present, along with firepit and picnic table. Reservations have to be made in person, but can be done after hours, picked up at the Police Station box, $20. There's less than 10 sites, one half against the highway, the other backed to the…
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