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It is a small campground. 15 sites. Firepits. I Water and electricity. Shower and restrooms.
This is a well kept and very pleasant campground within the compound of the National Gaurd's Camp Ripley. It is designed as an MWR location for active duty, retired, and veterans of all the uniformed services, but other guests can stay there with permission. The campground has large wooded…
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This is a beautiful deeply wooded double campsite along the scenic Pine River. It is accessible only by foot, bike or paddle, for trekkers on the Paul Bunyan Bike Trail or the Pine River Water Trail. For paddlers, the campsite is right on the river between River Mile 35 and 36, just south of the…
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Campground is very nice, with shade and open areas. Hosts are friendly and helpful. Sites are well maintained as are the showers and restrooms. Host stated that the wifi was weak but since there were not a lot of campers we should be alright. We were unable to even get a signal! This is a nice…
Campground very nice but lots of people. Not very private
We stopped here for one night. But the campground was nice and the staff was very friendly.
This campground has to be one of the best privately owned hidden gems. This place is a family camping dream. I can’t wait to go back another time.
We introduced our youngest to camping at this campground. It’s a crazy story. In summary you couldn’t ask for a better first time family campground as far as my sons first camping experience lol well I’m surprised he doesn’t deeply hate camping. Everything that could of went wrong did including…
We stayed here one night and part of the next day. We camped in the older Ochegie campground (site #1) near the historic native village site and trail. There were few people camping so it was quiet. We called the office as no one had been staffing it when we arrived. The ranger was very nice and…
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We stayed here one night in a nice wooded site not far from the beaches of Mille Lacs Lake. Nice trails too. Big picnic and beach area with a roofed picnic spot. We did not use any of the park restrooms as we have a self-contained RV. Lovely views of the really big lake!
In town, near fuel and a grocery store.
Perfect little camper cabin and site. Fabulous park staff that even turned the heater on for us before we arrived. The cabin has electricity, heat, no plumbing. No cooking inside, wonderful fire ring for cooking, which we used at night.
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We stayed in the lodge cabins in August 2021 fir a family reunion. Great facility with many types if cabins. Beautiful spot with lakes all around.
This is an excellent campground for tent (or van/truck) sites and mountain biking. Sites are gorgeous and secluded, a bike trail heads off from camp, there's showers, a sauna, and a lake. Wonderful vibe, not an RV park (although there are 3 or 4 RV sites), more similar to a national forest…
The campground is very quiet and clean . Biking on the Paul Bunyan Biketrail amazing