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6 RV Parks near Slayton, Minnesota
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Slayton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Slayton in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $31.00
We stayed here almost 20 years ago—nice to see the upgrades. We stayed in Sunrise Campground which is new, open prairie, with FHU with 50 amps. This is open prairie so lots of sun. The campground is very well maintained. Very nice solar-powered picnic shelters, flush toilets—no bathhouse at this site because all FHU but there is a shower at the campground across the road. Good spacing with the sites, which are gravel and almost all back-in. Very level and long. Very nice lake for boating and swimming. Lots of trails through prairie and trees, and the park is on the Casey Jones bike trail—a six mile loop. Services and facilities are about 10 miles away in Slayton. Very relaxing stay. - SandmannRV
May 2017 - $30.00
A hidden gem - the sites are beautiful, easy walking trails and amazing place to bird watch. - Glory Bee
Oct 2016 - $31.00
Lake Shetek state park is very nice. Features large sites in both the older lakeside section and the newer Sunrise full hook-up section. Has great walking trails with beautiful lake views. Also has swimming beach, canoe rentals, and some historical interest sites. Nice bathhouse as well. TV reception and internet is limited due to fairly remote location. - Kenhwy61
Aug 2017 - $29.00
Most we ever paid for "electric only" but lake view is amazing and we stayed a week, so got 7th night free which brings cost down. Family run, they work hard at attention to detail. Neat, clean and pleasant place. Expect about 1.5 miles of gravel road to get here. Small store at beginning of gravel road has cafe with good food, camping supplies if you forget anything. - brovst
Jun 2016 - $35.00
On the plus side, the office people were very nice. There is a miniature golf area and a group gathering area at the entrance. There is a small beach at the lake. The park is very quiet and peaceful with adequate shade. On the not-so-plus side, the road leading to the park is dirt, and our car and rig were coated with dust. If there are truly pull-thru sites we didn't see them. The great majority of sites are seasonals.There are frequent speed bumps, which we hate but understand the need for them. Getting our motorhome in was a bit of a challenge, this park is really not geared for motorhomes. Backing in between the trees was a challenge. The "lake view" is more of a "lake peek" due to the overgrowth. There was a public dock with seating, so you can go down and sit and look out on the lake. We lost our hot water and had to use their shower; it obviously was not kept clean; grit on the floor, lots of cobwebs, hair on the walls. We could not get satellite, and cell phone coverage is poor. We would not be inclined to return. - wandering2
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Family owned campground near Marshall, mn. Beautiful park next to Lake Shetak. Very well maintained. Would not hesitate to recommend to anyone. Park includes a large indoor gathering area for large groups and family fun activities planned for summer months. - Roxiea54
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Nice place off the road. Next to a sleepy airport with privacy hedges for campers. Town has a lot of pride in the place. Very convenient to town. - katmandu
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This park is close to a "Little House on the Prairie" museum but a long way from an interstate. More than half of the park is now seasonal sites with full hookups. Each site is very large. They are setup in an unusual triangle pattern with the back of each RV fairly close to the RV on the next street but then each RV has 85 ft of lawn on the door side. Most of the sites are in a wooded area. The WiFi is $5/day and very weak. There does not appear to be any clean water available and the office is only open 2 days a week. Reservations can be made online. - JTD2
Jul 2007 - $25.00
This is a relatively new park with a nice beach on a clean lake. Walnut Grove has an interesting "Little House on the Prairie" museum, dugout house site and special outdoor drama on several weekends in the summer. The park is close to town and well worth a stay if you visit Walnut Grove but it is almost an hour north of I-80. - JTD2