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Real Name:Sheri
Location:Wisconsin, USA
Member Since:August 9, 2017
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5 Star Rating  August 10th, 2017   One of the Most Amazing Places to Visit
The park has such beauty it is breathtaking. The history of this park and the area it is in just makes you feel honored to be there! I wish I could spend more time here and would recommend it to anyone. There is so much to do and see, or you can just relax and soak in the amazing scenery. Wildlife is everywhere and going out birding is fantastic. No matter what you like to do , hike, bike, canoe, bird watching, fishing, or viewing amazing forests you will not be disappointed. Except when you have to leave :) And if you are not into being very "rustic" they have exceptional lodging choices with a restaurant and wifi is available. Enjoy:)
Itasca State Park
4 Star Rating  August 9th, 2017   Beautiful park with interesting history
The grounds are nice and nicely laid out with room for larger RV`s. It was fun to walk around and see the historical parts of the park. Close to town if you want to venture there or need supplies. Nice trails that are rated easy for most of it but there are some steep spots. The Pike River side campsites are nice and quiet and you can hear the river from your site. The site we had ( 10E) was only sand pad area with no grass so if it was very rainy, you would have a mud site. They do need to add gravel to the pad and some grass would be nice.
Charles A. Lindbergh State Park
3 Star Rating  August 9th, 2017   Pretty area, not the best campgrounds and facilities
The campsites are small, if you have a large rig it will be tight. The RV dump station is only accessible from one side and there is no water by the waste dump area( so you can`t rinse anything right there..EWWW!). The only water is about 100 feet up towards the garbage area and it leaks terribly when hooked to a hose. The bathrooms are adequate, but need work. The horse camp area has NO WATER available. You would have to haul water in and it is a long drive to the closest drinking water spot. The lake is nice and quiet, some good fishing( not great) for a small lake. Pretty area, lots of trees and flowers and rolling hills. Nice people who work there, very friendly and helpful. Boats, canoes, paddleboards and gear can be rented. Lots of varied trails, some with steep hills, so be prepared.
Glacial Lakes State Park
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