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11 RV Parks near Cambridge, Minnesota
Aug 2019 - $25.00
I really liked this fairgrounds; it might be the best one I have ever stayed at. Some road noise during the day and a few trains but very quiet at night. On Saturday there was a wedding and Saturday and Sunday there were riders on horses shooting blanks at targets. There is even a lake, all the grass is cut and the buildings are well maintained. - mrracechaser
Jun 2016 - $30.00
County fairground with RV hookups. $30 rate is for water and 50 amps. Not much to do here but your only a hour from the Twin Cities. We stayed here as part of a Habitat for Humanity build. - jprisbe
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Spent the last week here visiting our daughter. It's out in the country but still has plenty of conveniences within 10 minutes. The road in is a very bumpy dirt road. Park was very busy for the weekend but didn't feel crowded and the noise stopped right at 10pm. We had a full hookup site right by the playground to the delight of our 3 year old granddaughter! The pool and splash pad were also a hit. During the week after the weekenders went home, the park was very quiet and peaceful. We will definately stay here again. - mike346
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed for 2 months while visiting children. Our rate paid was based on monthly rate. Park very well kept by friendly staff. Park gets filled on weekends but no loud parties. Has small swimming pool, also well kept. Only about 2 miles from town with several options for groceries. Within an hour drive of either Minneapolis or St Paul. Park also has canoes or kayaks for rent and inner tubes for floating on beautiful Rum River. - bingberg
May 2015 - $30.00
Big rig access is doable but it's tight. The road into the park is very rough with many low over hanging trees. There are only a few pull thru sites that can handle a rig over 40'. This park caters more to the weekenders from the city that come to camp in small rigs or tents and enjoy the river. The operators were very accommodating. There were some very low trees blocking our exit path that I brought to the maintenance crews attention. They were trimmed the next day. That also shows that this park does not receive a lot of big rig traffic. For us it was close enough to the city and our relatives for our visit. The few inconveniences are bearable and we would stay here again. - DoggieDaddy
Jul 2018 - $34.00
We really needed a campground for one night and was grateful to have found this on another camp search site. This is an older campground that has seen much better days, is a bit run down, but has a lot of potential under the new owners. Lots of trees, shade and grass in a park like setting. The roads are narrow and winding. We could not have exited our "pull through" site and made it through the curves and trees. It is NOT Big Rig friendly in the majority of sites and particularly those closest to the lake. It was even difficult to negotiate through the gate when towing. There are a lot of seasonal campers that are in a range of condition and repair and seems best suited for seasonal and local weekend campers with smaller trailers and tents. I did not see sewer hookups anywhere, even for the seasonals. I did see a number of Blue Boys. The hookups may be there, I just did not see anyone connected. When walking into the office/store was hit with the smell of mold and dampness. Despite the beautiful setting, just seemed overpriced for 30 amp, water and condition. - NanciRV
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This would be a decent $12 park.
The park has a nice playground and riverside - which is open to the public/city.
The sites are 90 degree turns with a pretty narrow asphalt road. The road has sunken near the restroom (septic system?) They had dumped a bunch of big river rock to compensate.
We had a 40 rig and arrived at night, and in the rain. There was a lot of standing water. I was worried that we were going to get stuck if we had to drive in the grass. I found one site that had an angle to it, but we had to drive over the sunken part of the road. My husband said "I'll just gun it!" and we made it.
Sites are electric only with posts with 20 and 30 amp stuck every-other site. Presumably shared?
There was a dropbox with self-registration. $25 a night. Price increases after 14 days. I never saw a ranger.
There was a water spigot in the center of campground. A pick up truck came and filled 2- 55 gallon drums.
NO DUMP STATION!
Bathroom was a running water toilet and sink only, no showers. Dusty, low quality. - mmette00
Sep 2010 - $20.00
A place to stop. Fairly private. Not very handy for bigger rigs, our 30 ft 5ver used every bit of the roads and needed grass to finish the turns. Some trees need pruning. - stetwood
Jul 2018 - $35.00
So here is the thing...it was a few days before the 4th of July weekend and we needed a place to park the rig and set up a tent that was near St. Paul and East Bethel. After searching EVERYWHERE for the telephone number for this place, we gave up and decided to drive up. There was a number on a sign at the entrance (I will try to get this from my buddy and post later) which we used to call the owner. The owner was an older lady who came right out from down the road in a Kabota type vehicle and was very nice. The park was by a huge lake with what seemed to be 100 plus trailers and motorhomes...most definitely looked permanent to semi permanent and some looked to be there for the weekend. The only spots they had available were in a grassy area with no facilities whatsoever other than water faucets were could walk to and a pit toilet within reasonable walking distance. The cost of 35 per night seemed very unreasonable with no hookups and we felt we were taken somewhat advantage of since no other campers stayed in our area for the entire weekend. We also had to move tree limbs manually each day to enter and exit our area. The owner lady was very hard working and we were grateful to have the spot after all was said and done. - CaliDiscGolf
Aug 2017 - $37.00
We really liked our campsite across from the donkeys, llamas, goats and peacock! We had plenty of room on this end site and no problem to get satellite reception. Other campsites appeared a bit haphazard in arrangement and some were crammed together. There were also some nice sites surrounding Ham Lake. The entrance in is long, wooded and very narrow with a couple turnouts if two RV's meet. (Seems a tree or two could be removed) We were both a little concerned about where we were headed and were pleasantly surprised at the campground. While some of the signs and picnic tables could use some sprucing up, everything was clean and well kept up. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have mowed walking areas through the woods and fields and a small playground for the kids. We did not use the dump station, it appeared to be difficult to get to and would block vehicles when using it. It is NOT a resort but a very comfortable, older style, friendly mom and pop type operation. They were recently bought out by a resort operation so things may be modernized a bit. - NanciRV
Jun 2017 - $12.00
This park is old and new. Full hook up, 50 amp sites in the office area are filthy, overgrown and in the trees. Lots of shade but very hard to back in to some. Three to four rigs need to hook up to same water outlet. Wifi non-existent at our site. Great at office. Rest room and shower are old, calcified fixtures, and in need of total remodel. - Rsunde
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Competent and friendly office staff.
Poor roads-don't have a clue of how to maintain.
Many sites not level- there is no excuse in this day of slideouts. Some power posts and sewer connections poorly located.
Could use some updates which I understand they will be doing. - Nick2
Aug 2018 - $36.00
We have stayed here in the past and would return again. All staff were friendly and helpful. Lots of things to do in the park: playground for the kids, golf course, pool and lake access. - JMarr1
Jul 2017 - $22.00
Lots of rules but no enforcement. This place fills up on the weekends with party goers. Smokey campfires are encouraged, burning trash is acceptable as are rugs, parking on the grass, barking dogs, fireworks and staying outside late. None of these are "allowed" but nobody is there to enforce them. Pretty quiet on the weekdays. Friendly staff. Some of the lots got very wet with no drainage during storms. Cater to seasonal campers. Rates were very high for what was provided. We have no plans to go back. - GOTTOYS
May 2017 - $36.00
No boat or canoe rentals. Hard to fish on docks because of seasonal pontoon boats take up all space. Sites are too close together but are full hook up. No planned events for families with kids except bingo while we were there. - Rjpruden
Oct 2017 - $31.00
The park overall is beautiful. It has a nice mixture of woods and prairie, and of course lots of walking trails near and along the St. Croix river. The campground, like most state park campgrounds, is not so friendly to modern day RVs. We have a 29' travel trailer. The campground is densely wooded, so we had a hard time backing into our site with trees all along the road. Once in our site we found we had to make a decision; do we want the awning out on a rainy weekend, or do we want the kitchenette slide-out out? There was a tree just a couple of feet from the front side of the camper so we wouldn't have been able to open the awning. We pulled ahead as far as we could and were able to get the awning out, but then the power box was directly behind our slide-out. The sites are very secluded from your neighbors. Very few sites have any grass. Most are dirt and are quite small, so if you want to play any yard games you'll have to drive to the picnic area. - Juniper94
May 2016 - $16.00
Stayed here on a Sunday and Monday night. The place was pretty empty. The restrooms were very clean. There are plenty of sites that can accommodate larger rigs. - edroun
Sep 2014 - $26.00
Nice campground with friendly staff. Easy access for big rigs. Park has 2 pull-through sites in the non-electric loop. 50 amp sites are available. Dump station has very easy access. Lots of hiking trails. Lots of wildlife viewing. Clean restrooms / showers. - sclark
Jun 2019 - $25.00
Fallow GPS to golf course for best directions. Camp sights are wide and deep with lots of trees. No dish signal but lots of over air stations. Water electric only. - geo cong
Sep 2017 - $28.00
In addition to the nightly rate, there is an $8 reservation fee, and you will need a vehicle permit ($5 daily or $25 annually). The nice thing about the annual permit is it's good at all Anoka county, Washington county and Carver county parks. When you choose your site on the online reservation system you are able to view an image of the site. We had a great site, large and grassy, but there are a lot of sites that are narrow or mostly dirt. The sites are mostly private with lots of trees and bushes in between them. There are a few sites grouped together that would be good for a group of up to four units plus an additional tent on each site, however, it appeared to be a long walk to the restroom from those sites. There are a lot of trails and a nice playground. - Juniper94
Sep 2016 - $22.00
This is a real gem of a park less than 30 minutes north of the Twin Cities. The sites are among the most generously spaced we've encountered, with lots of trees and foliage between. There are also some sites that are grouped together with less foliage between, suitable for a group with 2, 3 or 4 RVs. Most sites have water and electricity, and a large picnic table and fire pit were in all the sites. We felt that the price/night was very reasonable compared to campgrounds with similar amenities (power/water), and we saw many sites that would be big rig friendly (we were in a 32' TT).
Surrounding the park is a nice system of trails (both paved and mowed grass) for hiking and biking. The city of Coon Rapids is very close by (5 minute drive) if you need a store or other such amenities. Bunker Hills Regional Park (which houses the campground) also features houses riding stables, a disc golf course, a regular golf course, an archery range, and Bunker Beach water park. The park was quiet and well maintained and we enjoyed it so much that we have already booked to return here in a few weeks.
Of note, you do have to purchase either a day or annual park pass for Anoka County ($5/day or $25/year) in addition to your camp site fee, but we have found this to be common with state and county parks. - Canadian in Minnesota