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6 RV Parks near Crookston, Minnesota
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The rate for RVs is now $20 a night. Our pull-thru site was long enough to accommodate any size rig. While there are no water hookups at the sites, there is water at a spigot (threaded for a hose connection) on the side of the restroom building. Accessing the building requires a sharp U-turn, so it may not be possible for larger rigs.
The park was clean and quiet.
Registration and access to amenities was a bit unusual. An attendant comes into the park about 6 pm to collect payments, dole out restroom keys (should you need one), and reveal the WiFi password. He was available for about 3 hours, so if you miss that period you may be out of luck. - JackSchmotzer
Aug 2014 - $15.00
Very nice and well maintained downtown city park. Six or seven 30 amp sites and at least one 50 amp site. Gravel road and sites. Plenty of room on the sites. Rooftop dish worked fine, Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. No water or sewer. I did not see a dump station. There were a couple construction workers staying there so they left early in the morning. - big greg
Jun 2014 - $15.00
This is a very pretty park, we stay here when we visit family in town. We only gave this a 6 because although they have a water fill up station it is hard to get to and you have to go across town to dump. They also have a bit of a drainage issue. The park is in the flood plain so when they had an unseasonable amount of rain the park flooded and we had to switch sites. Despite these issues this is still a nice park to stay in when visiting town. - toypulr
Jul 2018 - $5.00
Previous poster said it all, totally agree with few exceptions. Was not empty but was only 6 campers. Some locals by the river fishing for cats, don't know if they caught anything. Will try myself this fall when the temps drop. The only mild complaint I have, is there are mostly summer residence living there. Small campers set up for long term but clean. For power we had to stay between tent campers. They are using the power inside the tents, probably for fans.... it hit 90 degrees both days. The tent residence live there during the summer working in a town 25 miles down the road. We felt uncomfortable staying there so we left after one night. They guys we camped by were nice when we talked to them but we just were not comfortable. One side of the loop had tree branches against our side and roof but was not a problem, go slow. We sit 12.5'. We will go there again this fall when temps drop. If you don't need power, there is alot of tree'd space to camp in close to the river, many with fire rings. - FrozenInTime
Jul 2007 - $5.00
A little known,Traill County Park, on the Red River between ND and MN. 4 mi. West of Climax MN on SR 220 and 1 mi. North on gravel road. About 6 mi East of Buxton ND and 1 mi North on gravel. A very well maintained Co. park, very under used. 30 Amp.power in dispersed grassy sites under big oak trees. 1 hydrant for water fill,no RV dump. Peaceful ,quiet,and fish for catfish in Red River from shore. Somewhat rustic and out of the way,but for $5.00 day we stayed 10 days. Self registration and very friendly employee who mows and checks on the park. - run2
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This place is just as great as it was when we first visited two years ago. It was quiet and peaceful even after more people came in towards the end of the week. It's in a beautiful setting and the three owners are super nice and helpful. During the week there was plenty of space so they had us pull in parallel to the river across two sites instead of our having to back in. This gave us a lot better view of the river with no one close to us. OTA-TV, Verizon hotspot and phone all worked well. We've been in all of the lower-48 states and this is definitely one of our favorite campgrounds. - all4pets
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Right on the Red Lake River, absolutely beautiful! Extremely well maintained grounds and spotless bathrooms. Numerous water/electric hook-ups and lots of area for tents. All camping areas are grass, driving is on dirt roads. Sites on non-river side are pull-through because you can drive through the grass with your rig as long as there's room. A big part of this business is tubing on the river so they rent tubes and drive tubers to a drop-off spot 4 miles up river. Owned by the nicest people we've ever met. A lot of campers are there for the tubing and can get a little noisy at night but security patrols the grounds to keep the noise down and make sure it's off at 11:00. This is our new favorite place! - all4pets
Jul 2018 - $47.00
Pave roads, gravel sites. Many sites are long. Some sites aren't very level. Utilities worked well. Wifi worked well. Verizon signal strong. The best feature is a lot of space between sites. Price includes the cost of the required daily state park sticker. - cwier
Jul 2017 - $43.00
Nice park with long, wide sites. Very pricey when you add in the $7.00 per day park entry fee. Still, a very nice, clean park within easy walking distance to Grand Forks. - Katy29
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Wide open spaces. This little park is awesome. The sites are very large with room to spread out. So close to restaurants and shopping that you can smell it. Great place to stop for the night while travelling US 2. Use the online registration the day of and pick a spot. - dalehoch
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Great check in staff was friendly campgrounds was very clean and well kept. - Ckwest
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This place is fine. It has lots of level pull through sites and a good laundry. Not fancy like it's glory days as a KOA, but it definitely is a good stopover place. Recommend. - exceltraveler
Jul 2018 - $20.00
PLEASE do not go to this park! They advertise free WiFi which is nonexistent. Roads are rough, lot size is super small and they charge an outrageous price for electricity. It sits on the interstate and road noise is bad. Save your money and drive to another park. - Sam2018