Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Secluded in the Minneapolis Suburbs

Lebanon Hills is a great park and has a lot of trails for hiking and mountain biking. Our family selected this camp ground to test out some gear -- if we had problems or if we forgot something it was a short drive home. Turns out this is a wonderful camp ground and offers a lot of seclusion. 

Tent camp sites are far enough from each other that neighbors can't be seen, and we didn't hear them either. 

The bathroom facility near the ranger station was very well maintained and cleaned several times a day. 

The only criticisms we have are that you can hear road noise -- and depending on your site you'll hear the alarm of one of the access gates for the Minnesota Zoo.

We went here as an experiment, but will definitely be coming back throughout the year. Reserve early online, most weekends were already reserved by mid May.

  • Site 69 with the picnic table in its default location
  • Camping pad is large enough for our 9x13 tent and 11.5x11.5 Clam Escape shelter
  • Tree cover was full enough in the 3rd week of May was so tight that our camp site was nice and dark for sleeping

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