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4 RV Parks near Mcgregor, Minnesota
Jul 2019 - $31.00
This is a beautiful park in the north woods—very green and lovely. That said—the park is NOT big rig friendly. Our campsite was a tight fit to turn into. The camp roads are gravel with sharp turns, and the trees are overgrown. Our rig was scratched and scraped by branches repeatedly. The bathrooms are clean and seem to have been recently refurbished. Showers are also clean with good water pressure and hot water—but they are push button and you only get 30 seconds per push. No cell or WiFi or OTA tv. Not sure satellite would work with all the trees. If you have a tent, pop up or smaller trailer and want a nice quiet park, this will work. Big rigs are a no go. - SandmannRV
Jul 2015 - $29.00
Heavily wooded sites on all gravel roads. Very quiet other than a constant cycling of what sounded like a circuit breaker or relay switch on a pole. We used as a stop from a longer trip out west. Very buggy (biting flies and mosquitoes). Campground is close to one of several lakes in park, but no site has direct view/overlook to lake. And lake has no swimming - must drive to other lake with swimming beach.
Restrooms were very clean. Showers were located outside toilet area as separate rooms, and were clean and hot. Small bench available, only 1 hook for hanging towel and clothes.
Site difficult to get into - at top of hill that was required to back up. Difficult with larger rig on gravel road. But once in site it was level and roomy - did have a drop-off between sites. - Browndogs2
Aug 2008 - $22.00
We loved this park. It is off the beaten trail, but that's why it's so wonderful. The sites are private and shaded. The kids rode their scooters on the road. There was plenty to do, we borrowed the park's GPS and went geocaching. The kids loved the beach. Lovely hiking trails. We drove to Hibbing one day and toured the mines and Iron world (it's about and hour or so north). We would definitely stay here again. - dansophem
Jul 2014 - $12.00
This is another fine COE park, if you camp in the north loop. The campsites are large and well maintained. The south loop is rather cramped and the sites that back up to the water are very short. That area also has no maneuvering room for backing into the sites. We stayed in the north loop and loved it. All staff, whether paid or volunteer, were friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again in the north campground. Our rate reflects our Senior Pass discount. - Bobbi1948
May 2014 - $26.00
Very nice COE park. Friendly helpful CG Hosts. Sites on the north loop are larger and further apart. Restrooms / showers were spotless. We would stay here again. - sclark
Aug 2012 - $12.00
Price reflects 50% Golden Age discount. Typical beautiful COE park: widely separated flat and level sites with grass and plenty of trees and shade. There are sites of all sizes, some reservable and some non-reservable. We came here on a Saturday in the summer without a reservation and were lucky to get the very last site big enough for our 36' motorhome. Every site has electricity (20/30/50amp) but that is all. Water and dumps stations are available. The bathhouse is modern, well-lit, and spotlessly clean. Both ranger and host were very helpful in finding a site for us and guiding us into it. We would definitely stay here again. - The Wandrin' Waters
Aug 2013 - $20.00
We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend because we couldn't find any other parks available. While the RV park looked nice enough, the spaces were pretty small. No room to park tow vehicles. The electric service was marginal and we were told no action would be taken to correct the problem. We had to run generators because the service was so poor. The water pressure was also very poor, which resulted in our putting water in our tanks to use our pumps. The restaurant was very good. We had breakfast there each day. I would not stay here again, if there were any other options. - Sally Chew
Jul 2013 - $30.00
The RV park and motel are just off US-169 as you turn into Quadna Road, but the office has been moved up to the Lodge, a mile further back on the bumpy and potholed road. Staff is pleasant. Wi-Fi is only available at the office, a mile (one way) drive from the RV park. Verizon 4G works great, T-Mobile does not. The RV park and motel are a bit run down, but most sites are nicely spaced. No laundry - go into Hill City for that. - Ray Waugh
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This campground is part of the much larger Quadna Mountain resort complex. The campground entrance is only about 100 yards off of Minnesota Hwy 169, but the office is in the main lodge a mile farther up the Quadna Mountain road. (WiFi connection only available in the lodge.) This campground is a good value at $25 a night for full hookup sites. Tree shaded back-in sites are angled for easy backing. Restrooms and showers are basic but clean and well-provisioned. - John45
Aug 2019 - $20.00
Beautiful wooded park overlooking the river. Very quiet. $20. 30 amp electric. There was 1 other camper when we were here. We left money in the honor system slot. Did not use bathhouse. Too much canopy for satellite. Verizon was excellent. Entry and maneuver room is close but we did it without problem in a 40' motorhome. Love these city parks! - belgique
Aug 2018 - $15.00
This is a good place to stop for one night as it is very convenient to Hwy 2. The bathrooms function, but that it about it. The park is very pleasant, 9 spaces backed up to the river. 30 amp service, no water, no dump station. The road is a bit narrow & we had a bit of trouble getting our 30 foot travel trailer into the site without hitting a tree, but we made it. I made reservations by phone the day ahead & paid with a credit card. The woman answering the phone was very courteous & friendly. - JaneDon264
Jun 2018 - $15.00
This is a great place to stop for a night. Nice setting, run by the city (aka police). The grass was mowed and there are a lot of trees and shade. The St Louis River is along the rear of the sites. Take mosquitos spray. There is no water available nor dump station. It is primitively with only 30 AMP service. It worked for us in a 40' class A but it was tight getting in. A few low branches. It had a pick nic table. - Gurleymon