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Hay Lake Canvas Tent and Hammocks

· Minnesota
1 acre
1 site
1 Glamping
Coming Summer 2022, a brand new campsite on the quaint Hay Lake, near Crosby/Ironton, MN! Within minutes of the Cuyuna State Recreation Area and all it has to offer. This site is adjacent to the public lake access and features a canvas tent with cots for an easy and comfortable trip. The tent accommodates 4 adults, or a family with up to four children (bring an air mattress!) Enjoy fishing and boating on Hay Lake off your private dock. Canoe is available for your use on the site.
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Minnesota, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Leah J.Joined in April 2021
6 Ratings · 6 reviews
Elizabeth S.recommends
September 4, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Leah's property was absolutely beautiful! It was everything advertised and then some. Very quiet and peaceful. 10/10 recommend. Leah also checked in with me upon arrival, and two days into our stay!
Brianne D.recommends
August 25, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Family Camping
What a unique find! It was a great little family getaway, a place to relax, the kids could fish, and a peaceful paddle around the lake in the kayaks. Leah has thought of every little detail to make our stay comfortable. The tent was spacious enough for our family. Leah is a great host, great communication. Definitely will be back!
Kris V.recommends
August 15, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Glamping at it's best!
My family had a great time at Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks. Leah, the host, checked in to make sure we had everything we needed (which we did). It poured for many hours our first night there but the roomy, sturdy glamping tent kept the rain out just fine. Leah, had two kayaks and a canoe on site for us to use and we enjoyed kayaking around Hay lake. We never made it out fishing due to the rain, but I could hear fish splashing around in the lily pads all night long so I would imagine it's full of crappies or sunnies, maybe larger fish too? There was also plenty of water provided and the onsite porta potty / outhouse was VERY clean and not stinky in the slightest and not buggy, so for anybody worried about the bathroom situation, don't sweat it. The fire pit was large and had a cooking grate over part of it which made it great for cooking. There was plenty of firewood provided free of charge. There were also a couple of really nice, comfortable adirondack chairs and a pair of hammocks strung up in some nearby trees which made for some nice relaxing in the afternoon. Overall, had a really great time and couldn't ask for anything more. Super close and convenient location for either riding the Cuyuna trails or heading into town. Would definately stay again.
Rosanna I.recommends
July 31, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Great spot close to awesome bike trails! Hosts were incredible! Great hospitality! So many thoughtful touches throughout site! Well appointed with supplies big (canoe, kayaks, life jackets, tent) & small (matches, big spray, games) We’d love to return for a future trip!
Ian W.recommends
July 24, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Camping near great mountain biking
Amazing site and hosts! Beautiful views of the lake with an amazing setup. The tent is huge and could easily sleep four with room the spair. The hammocks, kayaks, and canoe all provided are perfect for a good time at the lake. It's nice and close to great mountain biking. Be sure to ask the host for their mountain biking recommendations! Would absolutely recommend this place. 10/10
Bailey H.recommends
July 17, 2022
Hay Lake Basecamp Tent and Hammocks
Beautiful small campsite with plenty of amenities. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. Will definitely be back!
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