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6 RV Parks near Winthrop, Minnesota
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Winthrop. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Winthrop in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $23.00
We stopped for one night on our way west. We were able to stay hooked up, as our site was pretty level. The campsites are roomy, but not very private. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The dump station is quite "rustic" and gets muddy after a rain. - viddsk
Aug 2016 - $31.00
We were looking for a campground in the area to break up a long drive. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We camped here on a weeknight in August.
This is a pleasant campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are a reasonable size, spread across a large field. There are trees for shade and not much privacy. There are electric and rustic sites. There is a dump station.
There's no wifi. There's good ATT and Verizon cell coverage. - dsvt
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Great state park. We stayed here over the July 4th weekend, and even though it was very busy, it didn't seem that way. Very quiet during the quiet time. The main campground has paved roads and two different sides, one electric and on non-electric. The sites had gravel pads and all appeared fairly level, ours was almost perfect. Lots of space between each site, but no foliage between. There are lots of nice trees shading most sites. There is a rustic campground more for smaller trailers and tents a bit further down the campground road. The bathrooms are newer and have private shower rooms. Wood was $6.00 for a good sized bundle of hardwood, a good value. Very nice hiking trails. The sand beach chlorine pool is great, what a unique way to design a pool! The "Old Dam Trail" exits the park and ends up at the Schell Brewery. - tslarson
May 2015 - $15.00
3rd time I've stayed here. Mosquitoes are ferocious in June, but that's typical for Minnesota. Previous review is spot on. It's a convenient, clean, quiet, nice place to stay overnight. Watch the speed bumps! - Corno1
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This is a Municipal Park located on Buffalo Creek on the south side of town. No Reservations. Motorhomes/Trailers pull into a sand and grass parking area. Sites are not marked, campers pull in and set up. Services are Basic. Dry camping with electricity. Sites are Electric only. One 50 amp service, four 30 amp receptacles. No fresh water fill. Dump station costs $4. Park has a challenging 18 hole Disc Golf Course, swimming pool with water slides, softball diamonds, baseball park, horseshoe pits, basketball courts, wild animal zoo, and bicycle paths. The only amenity that has a fee is the swimming pool. The bicycle path leads out of the park and continues for 6 miles to the town of Plato. This park has many other activities (music in the park, civic festivals, etc.). Park is quiet at night and is frequently patrolled by the local police. Some highway and train noise, but not enough to be objectionable. Lots of room for kids to run. I have stayed at this park the last 5 or 6 years, and have always had a pleasant experience. - J. Downer
Jul 2010 - $26.00
It has big spaces. There are a few trails for hiking. Lots of mosquitoes in July. We plan to stay there again. The golf course is fun to play. The stream can be fished (trout?). We plan to stay there again this fall. The rate above was averaged with their $8 reservation fee. The Fort area is interesting. - SDBill
May 2010 - $20.00
This is a very small state park. There are 2 loops in the camping area. The first one you come to is all non electric and for some reason many of the sites were blocked off. The other "loop" isn't really a loop but one long road. The sites are very spacious. One side of this road is the river so many of the sites are waterfront. To get to the bathrooms you have to walk across a bridge and up the stairs so they are not handicap accessible. This campground has quite a few hiking trails as well as a golf course. The course is extremely hilly so you'll get a good workout. They have a deal where if you stay 3 nights you get a free day of golf (as much as you want to golf). We'll stay here again. - MinnCamper
Jun 2009 - $20.00
Sites are widely spaced and have trees in between for separation and some privacy. Some are more shaded than others. Campground is in creek valley so is somewhat out of the wind. There is a small sandbox available for children. Restroom/showers are accessed by crossing a bridge over the creek, then climbing several stairs; the path is lit at night. The restrooms are a good walk from even the nearest campsites. Sites are level. - minnemom
Apr 2019 - $30.00
Stayed 2 nights visiting friends in the area while migrating north. Owners are pleasant, park not crowded in MN in spring. - 98 Trek
Sep 2017 - $26.00
Campground is quiet with more adult campers and seasonal workers camping. Two main areas, the front and back. The back has a center pavilion. Showers/bath is in between the areas. We went on Labor Day Weekend and the park was full. Sites are pretty small and our motorhome was squeezed in a pie shaped spot that was not the best. But we had some great neighbors. The "babbling brook" that others talked about dries up about July, but it makes a nice walking path in the woods. No TV at all. Wifi was pretty reliable. Firewood was 4.50 or 3/$10 a small bundle (like 5 split pieces). There is a small store on site run by the owners. Most likely won't stay again as there is really not much to do. It worked for us while we were hitting some antique shops. Didn't use the dump station, showers or bathrooms. Water is good and at most sites. The electrical is mostly 50 and 110...but they have adapters to 30amp. No sewer at the sites. Quiet time is 11pm till 8am. Not many dog walkers. Like I said, lots of seasonal construction folks...very nice staying here. Owners are nice. - emtjab
Sep 2017 - $28.00
Very quiet. Ownership has worked hard to clean up and improver property. Replaced all electric boxes in last year, but two adjoining sites use the same box. This configuration can make it difficult for some if you don't have a long enough electric cord or water hose. Sites are grass with crushed rock road. Required minimal leveling. Owners are very nice and even helped arrange mobile repair for my coach. WIFI is improved and available throughout the park, though strength depends on how many others are using it. AT&T cell service was impossible without our booster. - EMDF9A
Sep 2014 - $16.00
This is a city park on the edge of Sleepy Eye lake. There are no water nor electric hookups. The sites are reasonably level and have easy access, and are very large. There are satellite toilets available, and there is a toilet in the nearby pavilion. This is a good overnight park. I would stay here again. - bones1941
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We have now stayed here 4 times. They improved it by letting you rent a space online, not first come first serve...we hated not knowing if we could get a place. This is almost like staying in the country. You wake up to see the geese and the ducks and if on the river hearing the waves hit on a windy day. Beautiful peaceful spot. There are full service and electric only. All are very nice. If their business keeps up they'll have to enlarge their shower area's.\ - kaths
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This is a hidden gem of a campground, that even locals, such as myself, camp at often. Very convenient location as it is within city limits, but doesn't feel that way, as the sites are in a park along the river front. Mosquitoes are kept to a minimum as the grass is mowed and the city sprays weekly for mosquitoes. A Cenex service station / convenience store / fuel station is right at the park entrance. This is where all the locals go to refill their propane tanks. If you need to do laundry, there is a laundromat right across the highway.
Sites 1-12 are full hookup sites with electricity, water, sewer. These are level, gravel sites for the big rigs. These sites are not near the river. Sites P1-P10 are 20,30,50Amp electric sites. No water or sewer. Parking is on grass with a slight slope towards the river. These sites are right on the river, with only a walking/biking path between the campsites and the river. - Alben
May 2017 - $20.00
Awesome park. Small (21 total sites), but includes sites for tents, sites for trailers (elect only) and sites with full hook-ups. Tent and elect-only sites are right on the river - beautiful! Home to a lot of geese and bald eagles! Tremendous value at $20/night for elect site. Easy walk to local businesses. Must reserve online on City of Hutchinson website: http://www.hutchinsonprce.com/parks-campground-and-outdoor-activities/campground/ - mbn23mom