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4 RV Parks near Renville, Minnesota
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Renville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Renville in the left hand column.
May 2012 - $29.00
Nice state park with lots of hiking trails and horse trails. Not much privacy between sites. The only separation between sites was prairie grasses. - PackerFanRick
Aug 2010 - $34.00
Nice park along the Minnesota river. Level sites with some shaded sites. Good separation between sites. Two 18-foot diameter canvas tepees are located in Yellow Medicine River Campground. I really enjoyed the hiking trails through the glacial hills and prairies. There is no RV dump site in the entire park! They recommend a dump station located in Granite Falls at the water treatment plant, near Hardees. - teekay
Aug 2018 - $25.00
My 8/12&16 reviews give better descriptions of the park. 26 of the RV sites are pull-through and FHU. There is a row of 16 electric only back-ins and 13 rustic sites. The bathrooms and laundry facilities are in the middle of the park. There is a playground and the hotel pool can be used by park customers. - Jerry S
Jul 2017 - $27.00
There is a tiered system to rates, S-Th is $27 for full hookups and it goes up on Friday/Saturday. All the staff is extremely nice and helpful, pads are huge and made of concrete, well maintained and power was excellent! Spaces have large grass area and a fire pit. Each site has a picnic table too. Walking distance to the casino or they will shuttle you over. Cute town nearby with lots of history....we loved it here! - Cherzie33
Aug 2016 - $27.00
We last stayed here in July of 2012. See that review for a better description of the park facilities and amenities. One error I made in that review, was saying that I did not think the hotel had a pool. There is an indoor pool in the hotel and it is available to the RV park guests.
We had one of the FHU, pull through sites with a large, fairly level cement pad and a good 20' of grass between sites. The trees are getting bigger and may soon pose a problem for rooftop satellite dishes. There is no cable TV and I did not check antenna reception. Since there are about 30 non-sewer sites, the bathroom facilities would be completely inadequate if even half those sites were occupied. Also, the laundry (2 of each machine) is really cheap. I have never seen the newer front loading washers for only $1. The dryers are $1 for 45 minutes.
There are numerous garbage and recycling throughout the park. I saw cans marked plastic, glass, and aluminum. Like many smaller casino RV today, the RV office is not always staffed from morning to night. We had to look for the guy find at 2 P.M. and the office was closed at 6 P.M. - Jerry S
Jul 2017 - $24.00
We stayed here during the week, and there were plenty of sites available. The park roads are curvy and fun to drive on a scooter, however a little hard to maneuver with a large rig. It's best to come in from the north entrance. The sites are adequately spaced and pretty level, with the sites at the edge of the campground having a decent view of the river. There is very sketchy phone service in the area, no satellite reception at all. This is a great park if you like to hike. $1.9 million worth of concrete trails were just installed this month. Overall, it's a nice quiet campground in a quiet town. - nomadsark
Jul 2011 - $20.00
Very nice campground. There is walking trails and a zoo plus the waterfall. The golf course is real close too. I have stayed here 3 or 4 times and will again. - wally-eye
Jul 2011 - $20.00
The bathrooms didn't look like they had been cleaned at all in the 3 nights we stayed there. There were also items in disrepair. Our spot was fair size and shady, but previous campers had moved the fire pit onto the pad and left the ash mess there for us to walk through. Other spots in the park were REALLY small and weren't designated tent areas. They were also lacking any grass at all. Also, we don't think they had sprayed for bugs. The gnats were so unbearable we spent very little time outside. The golf course next door had dances/parties on both Friday and Saturday night. Even though there were "quiet hours", the noise carried and kept us up. Overall, pretty disappointing. - butzpa
Aug 2018 - $1.00
We didn't have reservations and Park was full due to Gun Show on premises. Check in desk was kind enough to suggest a park in town and drew out directions. We found it full too so we returned and they offered dry camping on their parking lot. Trouble was, we had left home that morning with no water on board (expecting to get water at campground). They showed us where to get water and we overnighted on their huge parking lot. There was no cost to us, but this site won't allow me to post "0" dollars. - brovst
Aug 2018 - $25.00
First, let me say the check-in process was quick and easy. My DW went into the casino while I parked at the RV check-in parking spot. She went to the Rewards Club desk to get a discount, then checked in at the Tour desk for check-in. The sites are all pretty level, well spaced, and pull-throughs. Each site has a patio with nice metal table and fire pit. The utilities are full hookups and easily accessed. The only issues I could see was that the shower facilities and toilets are provided by portable units. That didn't bother us since we have those in the coach, and didn't use those in the park. - glenstmary
Jun 2017 - $25.00
See my 7/16 review for a more detailed description of the park. This is a reasonably priced FHU RV park. Once again, the check in at the casino hotel is annoying. After last year's experience, we did not even try the cable TV since we have satellite TV. All sites appear to be satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi worked fine for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs and usage. - Jerry S