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Stayed at backpack site 10. It’s about 250 ft from main trail and about a 40 min hike in/30 min hike out from parking lot. The main trail is wide and well maintained with ambling hills, but overall pretty flat. It is about 1/3 mile away from nearest campsite.
The site is lakeside. You can easily…
This campsite might become my go-to for a peaceful last-minute escape. The campsites are very wooded and private and situated along trails and the lakes. Small campground, and quite rustic so if that's what your looking for this is the ticket.
There is a clean and nice boat access with a…
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Nice camping spot but gets fairly crowded. Sites are rather close and open as well.
Anxious to get camping after a Covid winter, we headed to Big Bog for a 3 day RV trip. The campground was nearly empty, which is always a bonus.
The campground has numerous sites next to the Tamarack River. Many have small docks where you can park your own or a rented boat. Our site was…
The campground has either electric or water or just electric sites for RVs and there are also tent-only sites. The tent sites are located across from and adjacent to the RV sites. The RV sites are pretty close together but, we were there in the middle of the summer and there were a couple of open…
Campground is a short walk from beautiful beach on lake. Lots of trails for cycling, walking and hiking!
Little hard to find. It is on Stony Point Camp Road NW. It is 13 miles NE of Walker, MN on Leech Lake. Very nice campground. Electricity, dump station, nice showers, water, boat landing and fish cleaning shed. Be careful with water as a lot of the faucets are not potable. Just a few potable and…
Great campground, clean restroom and shower house, clean spacious and shady sites
We liked this campground but it was a bit expensive due to the entry fee for the state park we had to pay for. It would have been a daily fee if we had stayed multiple days.
Couldn’t even stay. Drove an extra 90 minutes just to get away. It’s an old nasty fairgrounds with a few permanent residents.
This would’ve been a great campground right on the lake but the mosquito were horrible. There was no amount of bug spray to help.
Electric sites, central water spigot at entrance. Dump station and water fill in Northome ($10). Fishing dock and boat launch. A lot of mosquitoes during our July stay.
This is a State Forest Campground, and for the price of only $14 a night, you can't go wrong. Although you may get some noise from RVs with generators, we visited in late september, and there were enough sites to choose from that we could be away from that noise. Almost every site had a fair amount…
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We stayed just one night on our way across country. It was mid-week so very quiet and not packed full. The majority of the sites are open and level but not much shade or privacy to be had. The check-in lady was pleasant and accommodating and we were escorted to our site by her husband. We used…