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We called ahead and were set aside site #17 because we wanted to be close to the river. However when we arrived that site was taken by a large 5th wheel. We were greeted by the friendly host on arrival and he said that he had overlooked our reservation but he had plenty of room for us still- the entire backside of the campgrounds were open so we took site #11- which was way better as #17 was close to other campsites and we ended up back in a spaced out area among the tall shaded Norway Pines. Someone used a chainsaw to cut firewood at 9:30 at night which was not appreciated, but they were done quickly. Otherwise things were quiet.
Very clean well tended area. Family friendly. Dog friendly on a leash. Porta-potties available while main bathrooms were closed due to COVID. Good power. Electric only sites. Self contained. Longer rigs (25 feet plus) may fit better near the front row and shorter ones (we have a 22 foot trailer) would do better in the back. A few paved sites. Mostly gravel or solid ground otherwise. Donated firewood available (hot and fast burning cedar). Beautiful overlooks of the river. Tourists made stops at the pavilion through the day, so being in the back row was nice and quiet.
Overall a pleasant and calming stay.
This is a specialized public campground for trailriders and their horses. It is maintained as a recreational opportunity by the Natural Resources program of Beltrami County, within the Headwaters State Forest. Several area horse clubs assist in the maintanence of this campground, which is available on a first come first served basis to individuals and groups. Camping here is free, but donations are gladly accepted. The campground is uniquely set up to accommodate people, tents, vans, and horse trailers, every site having ample parking, picnic tables and fire rings, tent sites, and horse tie-up posts with grazing area. There are vault toilets and water available by pump. The campsites are well maintained and set by the picturesque Grant Creek, next to a trailhead for a maze of nearly fifty miles of trails for riding. This is a very nice camping experience for horseback riders, 4-H groups, families or riding clubs!
Camp among huge pines next to beautiful rapids, and be lulled into relaxation by the sounds of the Bigfork River. Clean bathrooms and showers, handicap accessible areas, and the community is working hard to make even more areas accessible. Friendly community, with a charming main street, with stores stocking almost anything you might have forgotten, gas station, grocery store, hardware store and gift shop, liquor store, motel, log furniture and home builder, fabrication, automotive and heavy equipment repair shops, and more. The campground is one of the most beautiful places in Minnesota and a great overnight stop on your way to Canada! Dedicated horse camp, and easy access to horse and ATV trails, make this a great place to purse many avenues of fun!!