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Minneopa State Park Group Campground

1. Minneopa State Park Group Campground

Welcome to Minnopa State Park Group Campground. Derived from the Dakota language, “minneopa” actually translates to “water falling twice,” an...

Kye: By far the most beautiful place within hours of the area! The waterfalls and the sandstone cliffs covered in moss and carved...
Tall Pines Yurt
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2. Tall Pines Yurt

Tall Pine Yurt-The Tall Pines Yurt is located on remote small bog-like BWCA Lake with easy access to other BWCA Lakes. Yurt can accommodate six...

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Savanna and Riverway Campground

3. Savanna and Riverway Campground

Savanna and Riverway Campground sits along the banks of the St. Croix River. This wild and scenic river is a great spot for kayaking and exploring...

Jenna: The Savanna Campground is more secluded than the Riverway Campground. Some of the best hikes are around the Hardwood Hills...
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Frontenac Campground

4. Frontenac Campground

Talk about a tent with a view: the campground at Frontenac State Park sits right on the edge of the park’s bluff, 430 feet above the water. You’ll...

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Tettegouche Baptism River Campground

5. Tettegouche Baptism River Campground

With cart-in as an option, you may just feel like a Minnesota pioneer at Tettegouche Baptism River Campground. The sprawling area sits along...

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Great River Campground

6. Great River Campground

Sweeping Mississippi River views are just a short hike away from the Great River Bluffs State Park Campground in Great River Bluffs State Park....

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Trail's End Campground

7. Trail's End Campground

Camping at Trail’s End will give you prime access to the Seagull River, plus Seagull, Gull, and Saganaga Lakes. You’ll notice an interesting...

Kjersti: Fantastic campground with excellent swimming at the edge of the BWCAW. Come in July/August and find thousands of wild...
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Ninemile Lake Campground

8. Ninemile Lake Campground

You’ll feel like a true explorer when you come to connect with nature at Ninemile Lake. This lovely body of water is full of islands and hidden...

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Banning Campground

9. Banning Campground

Climbers, this one goes out to you. As one of only five state parks in Minnesota that allows rock climbing, Banning State Park Campground holds its...

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Tettegouche Camp

10. Tettegouche Camp

Tettegouche Campground sits on the banks of the Baptism River. Many hiking trails lead adventurers through the untouched forest of yellow birch,...

Jay: Wonderful mix of cart-in, hike-in and car camping sites. Well groomed hiking trails and scenery. I enjoyed having the...
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Wild Motive Woods Camp
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11. Wild Motive Woods Camp

Relax in our tiny cabins in the woods! This is a unique mix of remote, rustic living mixed with modern amenities (like wi-fi!) and vintage decor in...

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Gooseberry Falls Campground

12. Gooseberry Falls Campground

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has dubbed Gooseberry Falls State Park “the gateway to the North Shore,” and who are we to argue?...

Austin: Beautiful falls here, definitely a must see! Park isn't all that big but its a good one night stop when visiting the parks of...
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Lake Maria Campground

13. Lake Maria Campground

Remotely located among the riparian confines of Lake Maria, this campground's numerous walk-in style, primitive campsites offer backpackers the...

Sammi: Great cross country ski trails in the winter!
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Temperance River Campground

14. Temperance River Campground

With Temperance River on one side and Lake Superior on another, Temperance River State Park's Lower Campground is halfway to becoming an island....

Cole: Went late fall camping here and it was a great time. There was only one other group in our campground, so we had most...
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Nerstrand Big Woods Campground

15. Nerstrand Big Woods Campground

With no major bodies of water or historical sites in the park, Nerstrand Big Woods Campground sees fewer visitors than other campgrounds in the...

Melissa: Do not let rain keep you off the trails. Bring your tall hiking boots or rain boots and get out on the trails in the north end...
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Camp Palustria
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16. Camp Palustria

Camp Palustria is on the edge of a beautiful marsh within 75 feet of a trout stream. Campsite includes fire pit, table, and water filtration...

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Bear Head Lake Campground

17. Bear Head Lake Campground

Black bears, nesting eagles, wolves and moose call Bearhead Lake State Park home, and we’re so grateful they let us crash their party. Nestled in...

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Beaver Creek Valley Campground

18. Beaver Creek Valley Campground

Swept up by the cool, crisp air that inundates the green-hued vegetation enveloping Beaver Creek Campground, you'll concur that the the small...

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Buffalo River Campground

19. Buffalo River Campground

Drive just 14 miles from civilization (Fargo, ND/Moorehead, Minnesota) and Buffalo River State Park will welcome you with open arms to another...

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Finland Campground

20. Finland Campground

Lake Superior and Tettegouche State Park are Prom King and Queen when it comes to this slice of Minnesota’s pristine forests, but why not give the...

Molly: I love this campground! I love that you dont need a reservation, so many sites along the north shore are booked all summer...
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Sullivan Lake Campground

21. Sullivan Lake Campground

Sullivan Lake campground is a charming spot near Minnesota’s northern shore of Lake Superior, situated on Sullivan Lake. Since this is lake...

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Oak Ridge Campground

22. Oak Ridge Campground

Oakridge Campground is the northern campground at Glacial Lakes State Park. Just up the road from Lower Campground, Oakridge is barely smaller,...

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Jay Cooke Campground

23. Jay Cooke Campground

Hikers and backpackers, Jay Cooke State Park Summer Campground is a great place to set up camp for the night! Many trails in the park link to the...

Austin: This state park is beautiful with the roaring St. Louis river...the campgrounds are pretty wooded and suggest some bug spray!...
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Red Fox Campground

24. Red Fox Campground

Don’t go chasing waterfalls. . . that is, unless you are in Minneopa State Park, which has some of the best in the state. Chase these waterfalls...

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Mabel Lake Campground

25. Mabel Lake Campground

Which way to the beach? Well, when you’re camping at Mabel Lake, it’ll never be very far! If you can tear yourself away from the pristine, soft,...

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Devil Track Lake Campground

26. Devil Track Lake Campground

“Lost in translation” just might be the perfect way to describe Devil Track Lake. The current name is a rough translation of an Ojibwe name, but...

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Sawbill Lake Campground

27. Sawbill Lake Campground

Campers in need of an excellent base camp for access to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness should definitely put Sawbill Lake on their...

Kjersti: A great first time Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) trip would be to stay at Sawbill and take a day trip on the...
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White Pine Lake Rustic Campground

28. White Pine Lake Rustic Campground

Not too small, not too big. . . White Pine Lake’s campground is just the right size. This medium sized lake is open for boating, even the motorized...

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Birch Lakes Campground

29. Birch Lakes Campground

Birch Lakes Campground is as “basic” as a brunette…except in a good way. When it comes to amenities, there’s not a whole lot out here, making...

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Afton Campground

30. Afton Campground

If you’re ready to brave the Minnesota winter, Afton State Park will welcome you with open (parka-protected) arms. During the winter, Afton State...

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