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Savage, MN

Town & Country RV Park and Campground

With more than 80 campsites nestled in the quiet Minneapolis suburb of Savage, MN we provide a delightful campground facility geared towards a relaxing family experience. Here are a few things to do and what makes the highly-rated Town & Country RV Park and Campground so special.Start by taking pictures of our local giant, “Woody”, our 200+ year old cottonwood tree (complete with a 24 ft. “waistline”), who faithfully stands guard at the entrance of our campground. Then you can swim in our heated pool upgraded to a salt water system in 2016. On weekends we have a community fire going so you can meet other campers in the area! By request, we can light the community fire during the week as well. We have free children’s crafts. Ours is a family-oriented campground that aims to make your family’s stay a fun and memorable experience. Within a few minutes of our campground you can visit Mall of America, Valley Fair, MN Zoo, Mystic Lake Casino, Canterbury Park Raceway, Twins baseball stadium, US Bank Stadium, as well as area museums, lakes with bike and walking trails, theaters and a huge variety of restaurants. Take the nature walk from our campground to the Boiling Springs in Eagle Creek – a leisurely 1.25-mile round trip stroll. Maps available in the office. Use our well maintained laundry facility! You can still have fun when the weather is inclement or you just want to beat the heat! Enjoy our game room with heat and central air conditioning. So, whether you want to ‘rough it’ at a tent campsite, connect to electric/water, or enjoy the comforts of a full RV hook-up, you will enjoy a peaceful and relaxing get-away when you visit the Twin Cities.

Cavalier, ND

Icelandic State Park

North Dakota’s homesteading spirit is evident at Icelandic State Park, located on the shores of Lake Renwick. Established in 1964, this 912-acre park allows visitors to learn about the state’s early settlement and provides an array of recreational opportunities. Boating, swimming, and fishing are a few favorite summer activities while snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular during the winter. Picnic areas enable visitors to enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the shade of old oak trees.Within the park, visitors will find a number of restored historic buildings including Akra Community Hall and Hallson Church. Visitors can walk through the Pioneer Heritage Center that houses exhibits and hosts programing that highlights North Dakota’s homesteading years. A library is also open to the public offering resources on local and family histories.Visitors can also spend time exploring the three-mile trail system in North Dakota’s first dedicated state nature preserve, Gunlogson Nature Preserve. The 200-acre natural wooded area along the Tongue River is a sanctuary for plants, birds, and wildlife. More than a dozen rare species exist in the preserve, ranging from Watermeal to Bishop’s Cap. The preserve also contains rare birds such as the Pileated Woodpecker and Western Wood-Pewee.Icelandic State Park is home to three seasonal camping cabins. The Pine Cabin is located in the North Loop Campground, the Aspen is located in the South Loop Campground and the Oak Cabin is located in the West Loop Campground. These camping cabins each sleep five with one full and three twins, set up bunkbed style. Each cabin is equipped with lights, heat, air conditioning, mini fridge and a deck. Cooking is not allowed inside, but a grill and picnic table are located outside of each cabin. The cabins do not have showers, sinks or toilets, but most are within a short walk to a campground comfort station. Camping cabins are generally available from May 19-September 30.There is also a campground with 140 modern campsites, 7 groups sites and 10 primitive campsites.

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