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Grant D.
Campsite 090 in Oak Ridge Campground Area at Sibley State Park, Minnesota, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Bigger than it looks
Reviewed on September 29th, 2021
Site is bigger than it looks in the photos but most of the space is between the fire ring and the tent pad. The tent pad is about 10 feet from the windy road. The vegetation between the road and the tent pad was pretty thin so we got a lot of headlights on us through the night. We ended up parking parallel to the road which both stopped our vehicle from bisecting the site and blocked the view of the porta potty across the road. Good spacing from the neighboring sites.
Grant D.
Sibley State Park, Minnesota, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Excellent park for a couple of nights
Reviewed on September 29th, 2021
Stayed here with my 2 young kids (5 and 3) and we had a good time. We did most of the mt tom hike and the kids mostly enjoyed it. The on site naturalist gave us a private presentation about beavers which included a dam building activity. The paved bike path was partially completed and looks to be a great feature of the park.
Grant D.
Campsite 167 in Old Logging Trail Campground Area at St. Croix State Park, Minnesota, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Nice site with an outhouse for a neighbor
Reviewed on September 29th, 2021
Spacious flat site with good privacy. Biggest drawback is the worn wide path to the adjacent outhouse. We were able to smell it from the site at times and it was hard to ignore the folks coming to use it. We were able to easily fit a 20 foot travel trailer with attached SUV in the driveway. Non electric site so we were boondocking. Nearby water station was handy and not visible from the site.
Nicole N.
Campsite 15 in Appleton Lake Campground Area at Brighton State Rec Area, Michigan, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Has Shade But in between 2 other sites in a clearing
Reviewed on September 4th, 2021
Spacious site but is open ground to a line of campsites next to each other. Backs up to shaded woods. Tree create good cover. Great for tent camping. 2 tents table 2 canopies and chairs with 2 dogs and had room for car and to walk around. Bathrooms weren't too far from site
Jessica W.
Campsite 066 in Savanna Campground Area at William O'Brien State Park, Minnesota, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Actually Electric Site, Spacious
Reviewed on July 21st, 2021
This site had good tree growth around it and had a good amount of space. We had our 19ft camper, clam set up and dogs with toe out set up and felt like there was a good amount of room. Only draw back is the side facing street is thin in trees so you can see right through to the site across there way.
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Jessica W.
Campsite 52e in Upper Campground Area at Camden State Park, Minnesota, United States
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Great Campsite, Large
Reviewed on June 18th, 2021
My family and I stayed at this campsite a few weekends ago. We loved this site because it is a pull through site and it is kind of all by itself. There are other sites across the road and one to the left but in general your camper will block those behind you and you don't even see the neighbors next door because of the trees and grass. Was nice to be in such a large park and feel like we had a private space.
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Michael W.
Campsite 237 in Northern Lights Campground Area at Devil's Lake State Park, Wisconsin, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Beautiful Campsite
Reviewed on May 18th, 2021
The site was a bit uneven, with loose gravel, which made set-up a little tricky with the travel trailer. But the campsite was very nice, quiet. Not completely private, but separated enough that it was peaceful and enjoyable. Restrooms were very close (flush toilets)... just one site over. Overall a really nice site. We'd stay in it again for sure!
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Lia R.
Wyalusing State Park, Wisconsin, United States
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Great Park - Mixed Camping Locations
Reviewed on November 28th, 2020
This is a wonderful state park. Located close but not too close to town. Campsites on the Wisconsin Ridge can have excellent views, with the trade off being lack of electrical sites on the ridge side, and sites on the first part of the loop lacking ridge views. Campsites in the Homestead area tend to be large and deep, with access to a larger shower building. Additionally, the homestead area doesn't have the sudden drops in terrain that the Wisconsin Ridge sites do, making it a slightly better choice for those with children at risk of falling down hills.
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Kerby M.
Campsite R67 in Rainy Lake Campground Area at Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Stone's Point - A Little Piece Heaven
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
My family has been coming up to Rainy Lake my entire life and with COVID, we were unable to cross the Canadian border to visit our cabin so we decided to camp in Voyageurs instead - it was awesome! Accessible only by boat but a very short trip from the launch, it was a true find when it comes to logistics on the lake (some sites are deep into the park). The site has a sand beach, two tent pads, two bear boxes, a fire ring, open air drop toilet, and a picnic table. We had plenty of room for two tents (one a 6 person Coleman and the other an REI Kingdom 8) and two screened in shelters on the site. Stone's Point is the only campsite on Big American Island so it is very private, although occasionally busy with fishing boats in the calm water directly north. We camped in mid-July and were able to gorge ourselves on fresh blueberries daily (bring pancake mix!), there are several patches within sight of the site. We didn't encounter more than a single deer and a very fat mouse (who lives under the bear boxes) but heard the Lions and timber wolves at night. Rangers confirmed that black bears do live on the island so we were careful to store our food and garbage properly. The worst part were the bugs, biting flies and giant mosquitoes are common on that lake so make sure you pack appropriately and bring a screened shelter if you plan to sit out at night. We camped for 6 days and it rained for 3, which didn't help the bug situation. My one complaint but it's camping in the woods so not surprised. This is a great little site and if we were needing a place to stay on the MN side again, we would definitely book here again!
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Jaime G.
Chain Lakes Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Wonderful getaway from Calgary
Reviewed on July 17th, 2020
Very well maintained campground. Nice playground area for kids and great views. We camp here often. Books up fast!
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