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The best camping near Strandquist, Minnesota.

Diamond Willow Escape
Diamond Willow Escape
Diamond Willow Escape
Diamond Willow Escape
Diamond Willow Escape
Rusty
Rusty: Primitive survival type areas. We try to keep it as secluded as possible for those who...
I Live in the Country
I Live in the Country
I Live in the Country
I Live in the Country
I Live in the Country
Terry
Terry: If you like privacy you'll love our 200 acre haven.   Come up the long driveway the...
Binford farm
Binford farm
Binford farm
Binford farm
Binford farm
John
John: • Beautiful Morton Building “Shop House” 52x26• Floor heat, partially furnished• Blinds...
Wooded Trail to camp site.
Fire pit
Wild, wildflower garden.
Dancing fire dog.
Forest beauty
Genevieve
Genevieve: Pitch your tent in a small clearing in the woods and enjoy privacy. Rustic trail...
Our 4 full hook up site locations
Cabin #3 - 3 bedroom/4 double beds
$160/night or $800/week
Cabin #3 view
Cabin #4 - 2 bedroom/1 double 2 singles
$145/night or $740/week
Cabin #4 view
Val
Val: We are a small family run resort located in the middle of Chippewa National Forrest on...
Kids love it here!
Lots of water activities for kids and adults!
Ivan's Bay Getaway
Ivan's Bay Getaway
Ivan's Bay Getaway
Amanda
Amanda : Not what we expected. Very nice family but wouldn't go again. The site didn't have a ba...
Pelican Pines
Pelican Pines
Pelican Pines
Pelican Pines
Jason
Jason: Rustic camping. Pick a spot in the woods. Located 3 miles from town. Minutes to many...
Private and Quiet One-Acre Lot
Dan
Dan: Do you want to get off the beaten path and get away from the crowds? Then this site is...
The front yard is a beautiful shaded paradise. There's water from a spigot at the house.
We live in our own paradise! Even the heavens smile down on us. :)
Bristol is our resident llama. He LOVES kids and women. He does NOT SPIT!!! (Unless you make him really mad. And if you do that, I might spit on you, too. ;) )
We don't have a big forest, but we do have several trees scattered around. Oaks, Ash, Pines, Cedars, Cottonwoods, Willows and more provide nesting and food for a wide variety of critters. They also provide a lot of nice dead fall for campfires!
There's a full size rodeo arena available for campers with horses.
Deb
Deb: We are a farming/ranching family in the heart of the Sheyenne National Grasslands....