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This campground has a upper and lower loop for camping. The lower is on the lake and the upper is more in the trees. The lower has a pretty view and is right on the lake but the sites are pretty close together. There seems to be a little more space in the upper loop but there is no view of the lake…
Fun spot not far from the Twin Cities. Campsites are nicely spaced and pretty secluded. Nice trails, beach, and beach rentals.
Large drive-through sites for RVs nice sitting close to the lakeA little spend he at 50 bucks a night
Very nice park very clean and the people are so friendly beautiful place ❤️☺️
Clean restrooms and facilities, friendly Camp host, little man-made lake you can fish in. Overall a good experience.
Outstanding! Not hesitate, this place is fabulous. The bathrooms/showers are clean. The sites are huge. The price cannot be beat for camping.
On the Gunflint Trail off the beaten path! Get away from it all...really. No cell to bother you here! On Flour Lake with great service from the staff. Sights are close and tight but have nice tree and foliage growth between sites. No full hook up...but dump station on site. Fishing dock and boat…
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I came the end of June 2021. It was extremely low cost to camp, however you need to pay the $7 entry fee per day as well (yearly pass is $35). There are showers and bathrooms available. Camp site 16 was amongst trees and added privacy and shade, however this is a busy campground so expect people…
Great family campground. Lots of shade cover. Oak ridge is perfect for larger rigs (<35 feet - anything bigger there are only 2 spots that will fit) (no electric or water). Clean vault toilets. Lots for kids to do. Canoeing, fishing, paddle boards. Great hiking trails. Loop for kids to bike on…
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The camping was nice and quiet and we had a spot right by the water. The food is great and the owners will do anything to be of help to you
Sites are close together compared to some other Minnesota state parks. Lots of trees. Bathroom is older but decent. Hiking trails ok nothing special.
We love camping here, reservations are easy, pet friendly, quiet area to relax!
This place is woods meets prairie, awesome trail with a great view
Busy place but nice trails
Overlooks the Pomme De Terre River, free to camp, wayside rest and with canoe drop in.
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