This place is beautiful. However the campground is not my favorite. We tried three sites before we found one that worked. One was a steep grade. One the power didn't work. The third one was hard to level but we stayed. I'm not sure what's normal for this area, but this isn't a very nice place. Very old bathrooms. Nice playground. Sites very close to each other with no privacy.
This is a great state park! The RV sites are very nice, with lots of trees and privacy. Nice and quiet! Good bathrooms and showers. Most of all, the beach is fabulous! You'd think you were in Florida if you didn't know better! Wonderful park. We'll definitely return.
This campground has a lot of park models and full timers which Always makes for a nicer quiet atmosphere. On the weekend some more RVs canned in and there is quite a bit more noise. The campsites after quite close together. Other than that this place is great! Nice pool, nice playground, basketball court, indoor game room with ping pong, pool, and a few video games. Great for taking days. There's a small stream you can float with provided tubes also. Great place!
This RV park is on an island, and is expected to be somewhat rustic, but it seems that like this park is a little outdated. Big Baytown park is right next to big Bay State Park, and we would definitely rate big bay Townpark better then the state park. Beach access is very limited at the state park, and that is the main thing on an island. Check at big bay town Park for availability first, even though they are not on this app. FYI, it costs $200 round-trip to take a 36 foot fifth wheel and our truck to the island. Once you're there, there is not much to do besides hang out at the beach. You can also walk the trails, but we found some deer ticks the first day we were there. We ended up leaving the island after only three nights, even though we had booked five nights. Also we spent a day in Duluth.
Well kept park reserve. Good size lake to fish and boat, and two playgrounds. Nice sites with good sized grassy area at each site. Good bike trails around the lake. We like this one better than Bunker park.
Bunker Hills Campground is a pretty nice place. There is lots of shade, wood chips next to the RV, a nice picnic table, and nice bathroom and shower facilities. It is fairly busy during the weekend, and very quiet during the week. The bike trails are not our favorite, but not because they are not nice, more because the trail doesn't seem to go anywhere. Nice place to stay, but I think we have decided we like Rice Creek Campground in Lino Lakes better.