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4 RV Parks near Orr, Minnesota
Jul 2017 - $23.00
My search for a camp site large enough for our 43' MH and with full hookups taught me one thing: full hook up campgrounds in this part of Minnesota are rather rare. And those you do find are a bit pricey. Our goal was to visit the Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary and this campground was close enough. It was about 30 minutes to the Sanctuary. We arrived while it was raining, went to the Marina next door to register. They told us to select any available site. Half the sites were unoccupied, we found one large enough and just level enough to accommodate our coach. Hookups were fine, it was very quiet. Grounds could have been better maintained, however, they had about 7 days of rain when we arrived so that probably impacted their mowing schedule. We'd stay here again. - T_E_B
Jun 2007 - $33.00
This is your basic "place to park the rig" type of park. Generous sized sites. No facilities other than hookups. Brand new this year (2007), trees planted and sod laid, but will take a season or two to 'look nice'. Minimum stay 3 nights=$99.00. - BlackSilver
Jul 2009 - $50.00
The most expensive site on the whole trip and yet if you wanted a shower you had to put quarters in to take a shower. Nearest diesel fuel was back in Orr, Mn, about 30 miles away, so plan ahead. Wasn't much to do if you didn't have a boat. Wi-Fi was only usable at the office. - Kevin Schnitzer
Sep 2008 - $40.00
This is my first rating, and only our second RV campground experience - I hope my rating is fairly representative with others. Crane Lake is the name of the little town, as well as this lake, and it has a wonderful reputation for fishing. The campground is well kept, mostly gravel with sand near the lake's edge, and full hook-ups at each site. The campground has Wi-fi capability, but where we were parked, we couldn't get a connection so we had to go up to the office. However, the trailer next to us had no problems. This campground does not offer boat rentals but they have docks if you want to bring your own boat. Several people did just that. We rented a boat from Pine Point Lodge, a place we had stayed a few years earlier. We'll go back here some day. - George & Mary