Over nice Guest services— dog run, small fitness center, shop, playground, laundry, Wi-fi, cable. Those running the KOA - were very helpful and pleasant. Sites are pretty small- our slide hung over the picnic table and if someone was next to us with slides might have been very tight. Little noisy by the interstate but we had one of the sites next to it. Doesn’t bother me and was to be expected. Overall good place to just stop for the night.
Quiet RV spot with a diner right near for good breakfast. Seems like many tenants were long term. Nice people that run the campground. Stayed only one night as we were passing through.
This park has a little of everything. Great sites— different loops to stay at. Nice bathrooms. Hiking trails and bike trails. Water park, horse riding area, fishing pond and more. This place does get packed so might have to make reservations early depending on weekend of course.
We loved staying here. Nice sites, older picnic tables. Some sites can be tough to get in if you have larger rig. Nice bathrooms. The hikes were nice to do. Several choices in hikes. Dog friendly and kid friendly park.
We have stayed her many time visiting family. Great golf course right next to it. Nice large sites and great price. 27.00 for pull through and full hook-up. We have always had friendly people staying next to us. Has a very very small swing set for kids. If you are in search of a great butcher shop while there—head to Schmidt’s meat market in Nicollet, MN. Outstanding items to grill. Would highly recommend staying at Sawmill.
We have stayed at this campground twice when we are traveling through. They do have boat rentals, kayaks, playground, small dog park, and a small store with few items. Overall nice- gravel pull through sites - maintained overall pretty good. Smaller sites. I might give it 3.5 stars but having the lake with rentals and a small store on site was nice— so 4 stars. Would recommend.