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Fairhaven Farm

1 site · RV, Tent27 acres · Saginaw, MN
Fairhaven Farm is located 18 miles north of Duluth, Minnesota on a beautiful patch of earth surrounded by forests, rivers and lakes. On our 27-acre organic farmstead we grow fresh vegetables, herbs, microgreens and flowers and serve the city of Duluth and its surrounding communities. We also host Pizza Nights and serve wood-fired pizzas at the farm on Wednesday and Friday evenings. We strive to create a happy, healthy community in an environment of shared abundance and beauty.
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Sunset Bay Getaway

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Duluth, MN
Please Note: This is an Adults Only Hipcamp Location. Enjoy your stay at Sunset Bay Getaway in your own self contained RV or camper and enjoy the views of our beautiful lake. Relax in the evening around the firepit. We do offer firewood for sale.Just enjoy being in nature, listening to the sounds of the frogs and birds. Grab a bite to eat at a local bar/restaurant 1 mile away.ATV trails, fishing, hunting and nature walks all available close by. Dogs allowed but must be leashed and cleaned up after.Adults only.We do not have hookups for water, sewer or electric. We do not have restrooms or any facilities for hipcampers to use.All Hipcampers must have self contained RV's/Campers.The driveway to the camping/parking spots is a tad of a slope so keep that in mind when booking. The max length we allow is 34 Feet long due to the road to the camping spots. You might drag your bumper or hitch on your way down the hill to the spot. It's not hard to drive, it just is a bit steep and only gravel. We are always here to help if need be when you arrive.Bring bug dope, the bugs can be very hungry right about dusk time til about 30 min after the sun goes down. If you have kayaks or paddleboards you are welcome to bring them and enjoy the lake. Watercraft (boats/jet ski's) not allowed.
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Oakbrook

1 site · RV, Tent24 acres · Poplar, WI
Welcome to our little retreat in the Northwoods of Wisconsin! We've got 24 acres of mostly Aspen Forest with oaks and maples. There's around 3km trails and a seasonal stream. We're located just 15 minutes from Lake Superior and Lake Nebagamon for fishing, swimming, and boating and 20 minutes from the twin ports of Superior and Duluth. Enjoy the touristy sites of the twin ports and then retreat to a quiet rural rustic campsite for a fire and conversation at the end of the day. Currently no hookups or outhouse on the property (hence the low price) but we're working to add more everyday!
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Secluded Exclusive Forest

2 sites · RVs180 acres · Saginaw, MN
This private lake and natural forest has been in our family for 40 years. It remains exclusive, serene and private. This year we decided to share its pristine beauty allowing one RV to pull in and enjoy nature and wildlife viewing.Learn more about this land:Located in Northern Minnesota just minutes from Duluth.DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA!Dry camping for just one RV at a time. - Adults only - No children. An exclusive site which is secluded and very private. Lake view with wildlife watching.. If you want neighbors other than ducks, deer and birds this is not a spot for you. June 19Yesterday 2 Trumperter Swans stopped by. Today we had a moose meander through. Jane Doe and her buddy John (the) Deer are always making themselves known. Bald Eagles soar above daily. Listen to the calls of resident Loons.
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Dogwoods Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents70 acres · Brookston, MN
Hello and welcome! We are Cristen & David, and our beautiful farm called Dogwoods is situated 35mn west of Duluth atop a moraine with stunning views and sunsets. We have 70 acres here, and they're a mix of rolling open fields and aspen/maple/birch forests which are especially pretty in autumn. We also have many rows of Christmas trees! :) Historically this land was a dairy farm with pasture and hay fields and long before that a trading post site, later a work camp for the CCC. A small pile of of concrete rubble from the CCC bunk houses still can be found as a "hidden treasure" in the woods. The most recent history of this place is that it was a tree farm called Hilltop Tree Farm, owned for 30+ years by Joe and Ranae Walsh. They cultivated both landscaping and Christmas trees here. When my water broke with our 2nd child while touring the farm, we felt the universe quite literally calling us to set down roots. Joe and Ranae became our mentors and taught us how to manage, trim the trees, and make wreaths. Our first season was Christmas 2021, and while we are not continuing with the landscape side of things, we are looking forward to our 3rd xmas tree season this winter. It is a cut-your-own experience that a lot of folks have been coming back to for many years. We are now known as DOGWOODS...which brings me to the other side of what we currently do here. We manage a small kennel of sled dogs. We have a crew of 17 Alaskan huskies adopted from Fairbanks AK and racers in the area. They are a mix of slightly older (6-7) year olds who aren't at their top speed for competitive racing but still have lots of desire to run and loads of personality and trail wisdom, and younger dogs acquired more recently. We loved the idea of giving the older ones a great home and a continued chance to do what they love best--RUNNING! It has been great fun. They have definitely become our friends/extended family and regularly join us in the house for Sunday dinners etc. David ran the Beargrease 120 last year and hopes to increase his mileage to possibly even the 300 someday. We have cut and maintained 3-4miles of trails on our property for this adventure and leisurely strolls. For longer runs we use the nearby tribal forest roads, state forest roads, and snowmobile trails. We have always both had a heart for ecologically sustainable organic methods and active participation in the biodiversity here on the farm. We love growing our own fruits and vegetables and cooking from scratch. Last year we started an experiment of no-spray tree management. There were carbon emissions trade offs with fuel for mowing, and a lot of labor and time, but it was incredible to see the fields come alive with wildflowers and bees and monarchs and songbirds. This year we have added SHEEP to our farm! They have been excellent at mowing around the trees while fertilizing as we rotationally graze them. We love this regenerative agriculture approach and will keep experimenting with different techniques. CAMPERS: While you're here, please enjoy our beautiful trails. Some are more rugged than others, but all easily accessed on foot. It makes for a lovely walk in the woods. Nearby attractions include the St Louis River for canoeing/kayaking and fishing (easy public access within a couple miles), Duluth is 35mn with all of it's microbreweries and restaurants, boardwalks, and beaches. Two Harbors is a 1hr drive, Jay Cooke State Park 30mn to the south, Sax Zim Bog for excellent birding, Echo Valley Speedway (our neighbors :), and the Country Corner pub just across the road which has food (including breakfast) for dine in & take out, gas, on/off sale, and is just a good ole place to hang out. Because we are a working farm with working dogs and livestock (fences are electric and ON), we ask that all visiting dogs remain on a leash. Please follow the sign for Lavoy Road just west of our tree farm to park in the mowed area at the meadow. There is room to pull through if you have a camper. This is a primitive camping area with no facilities except porta-potties in summer months (usually until early Oct). Please bring your own water. We do not provide firewood, but you may bring your own if collected in St Louis Co, or the forest is full of down and dead wood that is free for the picking! (please do not cut live trees). Please practice a no-trace etiquette, with pack-it-in pack-it-out as the rule. In regards to toilet facilities, we recommend bringing a luggable loo or utilizing our neighbor's port-a-potty in summer months which borders the camping meadow (they have kindly given permission).
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Deer Lake Private Retreat

1 site · Tent190 acres · Lake Nebagamon, WI
Deer Lake is private 50 acre lake surrounded by 140 acres of hardwood forest Hiking trails Canoe and kayaks. Near Brule River Great kayak trip . Very private and quiet. Listen to the loons and Trumpet Swans large garden blue berries near Lake Nebegamon and lake Minnesong. Great pan fishing and boating. 5 miles to Brule river. Great trout stream and kayaking. Biking trails and quiet country roads.
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Hidden Pines

5 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Kerrick, MN
Come get away in our grove of balsam pine trees in a rural area with lots of wildlife to see and hear. We have 5 primitive campsites, one for large groups and three for smaller more private camping and one drive in site for camping out of vehicle or tent . We offer un mapped hiking trails onsite and there is plenty of activities to do within 10 to 15  miles from camp. Activities include swimming at local beaches, Nemadji State Forest, General CC Andrews State Forest, ATV riding, lots of great fishing lakes, several rivers for kayaking and canoeing, local restaurants, coffee houses, movie theater, general store, shopping, antiques/craft, grocery, gas, local brewery, agate center, fire museum. The land was purchased by the Sway family in the late 70's from a farmer and has been in the family since. We are one of the 4 current land owners of this property and plan to keep the land in the family as long as we can. Our home was built in 2011 on part of the property. Since living here we have used the land for hiking, gardening, wood harvesting, selling Christmas trees, and now we are excited for our new adventure of opening a small part of our land for camping. We are excited for you to enjoy our land as much as we do.
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Old Finnish Homestead

2 sites · RVs, Tents38 acres · Brimson, MN
Looking for a private retreat to get away from it all? This 38 acre property is just the spot! The pine lined driveway guides your way to the homestead or your campsite. Step inside the homestead and you will find turn of the century, farmhouse charm with a large farmhouse table to gather in kitchen, stove, island, hardwood floors and original to the homestead windows. Cozy up by the wood burning fireplace in the living room with salvaged barn wood walls and beamed ceiling details. If camping is more your style you will find an easy to back into site located just at the end of our beautiful driveway. The campsites are gravel and are well marked for easy set up. All campers and guests at the homestead will have access to the outhouse on the property. We take pride in keeping our outhouse very clean. Across the dirt road you will find the Historic Toimi School and Rest Area. At Toimi School you will have access to potable water and pit toilets. We do not have running water at the homestead, so the closest potable water source is Toimi School. Wild raspberries line the homestead and the road, bring your bucket to fill as you walk over to fill your jug of water. We have a stream that runs thru our 38-acre property, if you care to hike along any of the trails that have been cut you may find it! We have Adirondack chairs for lounging and an outdoor play kitchen with toys for the kids. The fire pit on the homestead is shared among the campers and the homestead guests. Feel free to start a fire in the pit and pull up a chair. Enjoy the company of your fellow camper! The homestead is located in the perfect spot for the North Shore explorer! 1 hour 18 minutes to Ely, 30 minutes to Two Harbors and Silver Bay, 1 hour 50 minutes to Grand Marais. Countless other stops along the way including Black Beach, Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock Lighthouse and Iona's (Pink) Beach.
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Odessa :.

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Cotton, MN
I restore neglected properties to a natural state, And provide campers with experiences to promote a love for nature. Odessa is named after a large port city in the country of Ukraine and a city in West Texas. USA. The land is located in a commercial zone in the small city of Cotton Minnesota. USA. Learn more about this land: Next to the Wilbert Cafe & El Toro Lounge, and Speedway gas station in Cotton Minnesota USA. Odessa, is located in the Central far East section of the Sax-Zim Bog.  USA. Near by is a Cafe, Two churches, A Community Center, US Post Office complex.  At the Community Center, Post Office complex and Park with child-playground, In the park is a out-house that can be used 24/7,  it is open to the public. All within the commercial district of Cotton Minnesota.  Also the outhouse has electricity and there is a light .... Sax -Zim Bog Welcome Center is 12 miles west. Bog's :   Winterberry Bog,  Yellow-bellied Bog, and Indian Pipe Bog, are just west on Arkola Road.  Fire wood is free, I have been cutting wood, but is still in short supply and fire banned while dangerous dry conditions persist. We have gotten rain so it is better now. For you light sleepers staying in a tent, just know none stop traffic off the highway and then the birds started chirping up a storm at 4:30 in the morning. Odessa is not a commercial campground.
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Camp Floodwood

9 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Floodwood, MN
Camp Floodwood is the best kept secret in the north woods of Minnesota. Located on the outskirts of town in a quiet residential neighborhood but on the bank of the scenic St. Louis River, Camp Floodwood is publically owned and operated by friendly City of Floodwood staff.   The property was secured by the City of Floodwood in the 1970's to secure recreation activities for ages to come.  Hipcamper's of all types welcome. Make us your go-to camping, hunting, fishing, boating destination.
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Camp Spooky

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Iron Junction, MN
Morcom Lake boat landing. Dinham Lake boat landing. Young Lake Public Water Access. Riverview Cemetery. Continue down Cemetery Rd. "west" Nice hike from camp, about a half mile. Melrude Whistle Stop bar and grill. Melrude Town Hall. Valhalla Park
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Higher Ground

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Gordon, WI
Large, peaceful, wooded plot with pond and adjacent golf course. Wind down next to the water and enjoy watching deer, birds, and many other wildlife. Just down the road are hundreds of lakes and streams, the Gordon dam, hiking trails, UTV trails, horseback trails, restaurants, bars, and the beautiful Gordon flowage. Gordon Pines golf club is a 1 minute drive away and features a 9 hole course that I consider a huge bargain. Nearby grocery can be located in Minong or Solon Springs. I highly recommend the Lookout Tavern about a mile east because of it's incredible view of the Gordon Flowage. Leader Lake Fishery area is my favorite hidden gem for fishing. What more could you want?
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Park your RV in town to be close to shopping, dining, and cultural sites. Wander around the Canal Park and Lake Walk, and watch the Aerial Lift Bridge in action. Getting out on the largest of the Great Lakes with a Lake Superior cruise, or drive the North Scenic Drive from Duluth to Grand Portage and take in grand views of Lake Superior and the Sawtooth Mountains along the way. Look for waterfalls at Tettegouche, Gooseberry Falls, and George H. Crosby Manitou state parks, and wilderness and St. Louis river views at Jay Cooke State Park. In the winter, go downhill skiing at Spirit Mountain, or cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing in Superior National Forest. Some Minnesota state parks offer RV campsites with water or electric hookups. For full hookups, space for large rigs, and amenities like pools, playgrounds, laundry facilities, and wifi, look for a private RV park or campground.

Park your RV in town to be close to shopping, dining, and cultural sites. Wander around the Canal Park and Lake Walk, and watch the Aerial Lift Bridge in action. Getting out on the largest of the Great Lakes with a Lake Superior cruise, or drive the North Scenic Drive from Duluth to Grand Portage and take in grand views of Lake Superior and the Sawtooth Mountains along the way. Look for waterfalls at Tettegouche, Gooseberry Falls, and George H. Crosby Manitou state parks, and wilderness and St. Louis river views at Jay Cooke State Park. In the winter, go downhill skiing at Spirit Mountain, or cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing in Superior National Forest. Some Minnesota state parks offer RV campsites with water or electric hookups. For full hookups, space for large rigs, and amenities like pools, playgrounds, laundry facilities, and wifi, look for a private RV park or campground.

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