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Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps, 15 Amps
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Breath of fresh air
Beautiful country setting with lots of manicured grass, trees, very neat and spacious sites with crushed stone, walking path and pretty lake. Clean!
Great place to unwind
Really nice kid friendly place. Quiet with an occasional train. Clean bathrooms, level sites, farm fresh air (?).
One of the best RV campgrounds around!
From very friendly owners to exceptionally clean grounds and buildings, this campground earns my highest rating. Todd (owner) is very approachable, friendly, and really tries to make sure your stay is as good as it can be. This is a family-owned campground that has been passed down from generation to generation, and the pride shows all around. Bathrooms were very clean, indoor gaming room was spotless, the playgrounds (yes, there are 2) have a lot of fun things for the kiddos, and there are even activities for adults, such as golf, ladder ball, horseshoes, paddle boats, recumbent bikes, pool table, air hockey, ping pong, etc. Also, just a 5 minute drive to downtown Detroit Lakes and beach area. So, easy access to all the services without the traffic and noise.
WIFI was a bit wonky at times during our stay, but talking with management, they said they noticed issues too just recently, and were going to have their ISP look into the issue. So probably just a short-term issue, but like what's recommended for virtually all campgrounds, if internet access is vital to you, bring your own connection along.
I highly recommend this campground. You would be hard-pressed to find a cleaner, nicer campground in the DL area.
Excellent site and Friendly Hosts
Neat, clean resort. RV sites are quite level for the most part, have all tha amenities to include nice picnic table on a cement pad. Owner/host even helped us back our rig into our campsite so we made optimum use of the sites size. A little off the beat path but, isn't that you camp for; to get off the beaten path and enjoy peace and quite?