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We stayed here for the month of august, and this place is awesome! Beautiful spaces of various size, a river runs next to it and they have duck races. Dog park, small general store, backs up to a national park, close to town, immaculately maintained, volley ball court, lots of shade trees, easy…
We had a fabulous experience at BJ's this weekend. Mark, Sheri and the staff are good people who work hard to make sure you have a great time. The food is excellent and comes out SO FAST; bravo to the kitchen staff! Bartenders are very attentive; Tasha took excellent care of us! The campsites are…
Well maintained trails, lovely hosts & amenities. Not like any other campground.
Here for a soccer tournament this weekend. Have a spot right on the river. Wonderful campground
Nice campground. Easy backing in, plenty of room. Some hi way noise.
Great campground and been here many times. Plenty of wildlife and can hear the owls talking to each other
Great views of the driftless region. Lots of incredible overlooks just a short hike away. Gravel access road. Sites are small and some are not very level. No electric hookups. Be aware that the only water fill is about 75 feet from the road. The sites close to the water fill as seen on the…
Clean large flat campsites. Boat landings are under construction. LOTS of poison ivy in the south loop campsites.
We had a great time here at Perrot. The campground was busy but was still quiet and clean. Toilets/ showers were easily assemble. Ice and firewood available for sale at campground. Great hiking options that overlook the Mississippi River and surrounding countryside, hiking was a lot of uphill but…
Everything was fine here, but you are really cramped in (15 ft or less between you and your neighbor)!
Everyone was super nice and accommodating—overall, a fine choice for our first RV adventure!
After winding through a few roads off the highway, Twin Springs emerges from a bend in the road. The sites have a reasonable amount of space surrounding them. The road intrudes a bit too close for comfort, especially with having kids with. The river being so close by makes the views worth it.
There was a really nice view of the lake, and a nice clearing up towards the skies, but still adequate trees. Some mosquitos / flies. Overall very nice campsite. One downside was neighbor chopping wood at 6 am Sunday.
Nice park for everyone’s type from tents, cabins and all size RV’s. Electric only at the camp sites but have water and dump station on site. Clean bathrooms and showers. Best value I’ve seen for fire wood. Has many walking trails that you can take your dog on and just a couple that you can’t.
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We visited the resort over a long weekend and had an absolute blast. It really is a treat that the Root River Bike Trail System runs right along the campground. We spent most of our time exploring￼ the trail, visiting Lanesboro and Whalen.
I am giving this place 4 stars, even though this didn’t truly reflect my experience. I’ll start with the good.
Stoney Creek is an incredibly well-groomed rv resort that I have already enthusiastically recommended to a friend who has an rv and a young family. The amenities are amazing. Chlorinated…
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