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Very clean, quite and friendly helpful people. Easy in and out, that’s important to me because we have a large trailer.
This campground came to us through Thousand Trails Collection. At first we only had a W/E site and later was able to move to a full hook up site. All sites has a gravel pad with a grass yard, fire ring, and picnic table. The fire rings are sunk completely into the ground for some reason. The…
As expected, bugs are an issue in this woodsy campground. Bathrooms had several issues but they were being addressed as we were there (ie broken sink). There's some hiking trails and nice overlook of the Mississippi River. Longish gravel road to get there, no sign of camp host.
This is a pretty great campground with mostly large, private sites. Not all sites are level and there’s little to no cell coverage. The tours of the cave and historic Forestville are extra costs and are only available Thursday - Saturday
Right on Lake Pepin
It's a nice stop if you need close to Rochester. Not badly priced. Grill and Bar on site with good food. The store, bath, and laundry are still closed due to Covid. The only negative is the road noise.
Site 9 would be a great site for your inner train enthusiast being close to the tracks with trains running regularly to frequently. And on Friday nights, the local drag strip isn’t too far out of ear shot to keep you from missing any of the action. Otherwise it’s a nice clean standard campground…
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It was a great campground. The fishing was tricky but there were tons of trout and suckers to get if you wanted them. The hiking was amazing. The swimming beach was good for the kids. They caught tadpoles galore. Another huge perk to this place is that phones don’t work. People have to actually…
We stayed over Memorial Day Weekend at site 183. It was spacious and very well kept, with a great view of the lake. Wry easy to back in and get set up, almost level and took very little adjustment to get our spot in order. Neighbors were friendly, kids found other kids to play with, and lots of…
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Campsites are flat and grassy. They back up to each other so good for groups camping together. Has horse tie ups and great trails
Bathrooms are close to camp. Camp sites are close to eachother, but there is tons of camping to get away!
Very affordable, a lot of space between sites so you feel like you have some privacy. A beautiful hiking trail. Definitely bring some bug spray for the mosquitos ￼
This was an interesting state park, I’m glad we came here for a day trip instead of booking anything for the nicer months. There is basically one trail that goes along the river between the two campgrounds, and that appears to be it.
Most people were there for ice fishing at this time of year,…
This campground is small and quaint...plenty of space without being too close to your neighbors. Super easy to social distance here.
We visited in winter (February) and while there was snow on the ground, the spaces were kept plowed with easy access to the electric boxes. We were in a…
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Perfect for a quick night away from the twin cities. Several small hikes to the bluffs right from the campground loop. Solid campground all around.