looking to get away from the flat land of North Dakota? This park is where to be. Lots of great trails with some awesome views.
Extremely buggy in mid July which is expected. This park has many trails that wind through woods, prairies, and around lakes. The campsite we stayed was a back packing site called "GRASS". It had a pit toilet and a small shelter which the other backpacking sites did not have. Many horse back riders shared the trailers with us which was cool to see except for the horse droppings that remained on the trails.
Great campsite! I love the location on the peninsula on leech lake. Always has great fishing and we were there on opening of fishing 2017.
Nice little campground just off of highway 61 heading up the north shore. We were able to find a walk in campsite on a Friday night which was nice. Bathrooms were in decent condition. There is a river that runs next to the campsite and has some great views at sunset, it looks like it may have good fishing as well.