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2 RV Parks near Big Falls, Minnesota
Aug 2017 - $25.00
We stayed just one night. The sites are a grab bag. Some offer 30 amp only and some are dry. Water is available to fill your tank but no on-site dump. Some sites are easy to back into and some are not. The campground is in great shape overall and set on the banks of a beautiful cascading river. Free firewood is provided and the camp host is friendly and helpful. No wifi but good ATT coverage. Not much around except for a big rig friendly gas station but really a nice place to chill for a few days or explore Northern MN from. - spamalot
Jul 2017 - $25.00
City operated campground. Only one FHU site $25 and the rest with 30 amp and no water for $15. No sewer or dump station at park, 3 miles away. Very Quiet. Gravel roads and sites with grass between. Long, level back in sites with big trees. No cable, no wifi no satellite signal. There is no town, no restaurant, no gas station and no laundry. 30 miles to a small store and 40 miles to Independence Falls. Staff friendly and helpful. Would stay there for a night or two. - Pepper Dan
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We were looking for a campground in the area for one night so we could break up a long drive. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We camped on a weeknight in August.
This is pleasant campground, right on the town's signature falls. Reservations can be made. There were only 4 other RVs in the park. Registration is self serve and there is a host on site. There is no wifi. ATT and Verizon coverage was ok. Fees were $25 per site if you plug in and $15 if you don't, on an honor system. Most sites have electric. There is water near the entrance. There are directions to a dump station in town less than a mile away for an additional $5. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $0.00
The overall setting is nice. The campsites are at the top of a wooded hill going down to the river. No river view from the campsites. Stayed here during the week when it's less busy. By the looks of the garbage and clothing scattered all through the woods down to the river it appears this is a go-to destination for partiers on weekends. There were used condoms down at the river along with more empty beer cans and garbage. Disappointing because the general scenery and atmosphere here is great. Tried a little fishing but didn't catch anything. Will probably be back. - Fulltimersmn
Jun 2014 - $0.00
This park in Koochiching County has five rustic, drive-in campsites. There are no utilities, services, or staff. Sites are available first-come, first-served, no reservations. Sites are gravel and include tent pads. Site lengths vary. We were able to fit our 55' rig in one of them. There is no charge to use the sites. The falls themselves are beautiful making this a good place to spend a quiet night. There are no other attractions or activities. - Jammer