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The site was lovely! I stayed at #48 and it was nice and level. The only bummer was that the camp office was closed when I arrived at 5pm so I couldn’t buy firewood.
The lakeside trail was very pretty!
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I was so impressed by the trails and the lake-it felt very well maintained and also quite private. I can’t wait to stay again!
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We went on the hottest weekend of the year, so the swimming beach came in handy. The walk-in sites are nice and off-the-beaten path. Hiking is a bit underwhelming, but overall a nice easy trip from the twin cities
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This state forest campground was almost empty when I rolled in!
It had several spots to launch a kayak right from the campground and also a boat launch just a quick drive away.
The quiet and peaceful nature was just what I was looking for and I loved getting two paddles in during my stay!
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The trails were so beautiful and it felt like there were options to explore everywhere. Firewood was about $7/bundle and restrooms were clean. I want to go back and try to fish next time! There’s individual docks for fishing!
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Just got back from a lovely labor day weekend at Scenic State Park. We stayed in the Chase Point campground. Nice and spacious camping plots with a fair amount of trees between neighbors. Still can see neighbors clearly. Super cute trail close to our site, lots of nice wildflowers and scenery.…
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Woodenfrog is located along the shoreline of Lake Kabetogama - part of Voyageurs National Park. The sites all seemed to be nestled nicely into their own nooks among the trees. We were the only campers in the entire campground when we started in late April. The trail along the lake was nice, fire…
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Great place, quick to answer when called, very accomodating.
We found Woodefrog State Forest Campground to be a perfect spot to enjoy Voyageurs National Park. We easily snagged a campsite next to Lake Kabetogama, kayaked, hiked, and enjoyed listening to the loons. We had sunlight for our solar and plenty of room.
We have enjoyed staying here. Minnesota does a nice job with their state parks. The campsites are varied in types, sizes and layouts. Ours works great for our 26’ travel trailer and truck, and includes electrical. Main restroom has showers. Nice canoeing lake adjacent to the campground. The…
Well kept campground, new showers, bathrooms. A laundry room, alas, is not finished but there is laundry in town. Recommend sites 20-32, if you want a little more space. Read the reserve dates carefully on the signs if you drive through to select a site; the site you want might actually be…
Small campground, large sites with electric, tables and fire grills. Nice restrooms!
We used our Senior National Park pass for 1/2 of $26. Sweet deal!!
You can walk over the dam to a short walking path along the river.
Lots of choices to eat, drink and be merry in Grand Rapids!
The campsite is lovely and there are some relatively flat spots for a tent.
The site was easy to find, and parking was also easy.
It was very quiet, although a neighborhood dog did stop by to visit.
A short trail through the woods leads to beautiful views of the bog.
In talking with the owners, anything that was needed could be available! Very nice owners and they helped us get situated in our sites making sure we had everything we needed! Very laid back campground with a great area for both boats and swimming! I loved the vibe here! I would highly recommend…
I got a tent site (E5) for a one night stay. The check in process was quick and seamless and the site was nice. I was sleeping on a bit of an incline, and there wasn’t a truly flat spot, but I made due. There was one tent in the spot next to me, but was far enough away to not be noisy.
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