Campgrounds in and around Medina
Days End CampgroundDays End Campground & RV Park is a Sturgis, South Dakota camping destination conveniently located just off of Interstate I-90’s exit 30. Fulfill that "Bucket List" today by booking your inexpensive vacation getaway right here in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Sacora Station RV & CampgroundLocated in Piedmont, South Dakota, our campground is surrounded by the Black Hills and is open year-round! Whether you’re in South Dakota for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, visiting Mount Rushmore, or looking to reconnect with nature, we’re the perfect place to stay!We are home to the Flathead Saloon & Casino, and offer tent camping, RV camping, and have cabins all throughout our campground. Our RV spaces feature amenities such as full hookups (30- and 50-AMP, water, electric, and sewer). Our cabins have bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. Some of our on-site amenities include a pool, game machines, and Wi-Fi.
General Sibley Park & CampgroundGeneral Sibley Park is located on South Washington Street four miles south of the Bismarck Expressway.The day use area is available year-round sunrise to sunset. Parking is permitted outside of the park gates.The park includes RV campsites with electrical hook-ups and a tent camping area. There are also full-service restrooms and showers, picnic shelters, playgrounds, 18-hole disc golf course, water and dump stations, boat ramp, amphitheater, walking paths and historical/interpretive panels.
Devils Lake, ND
Grahams Island State ParkGrahams Island State Park is located on the ever-changing shores of Devils Lake. This hidden treasure is heavily wooded and surrounded by miles of lakeshore. Campers will enjoy the large shaded campsites, in one of the only non-seasonal campgrounds in the area. The unique landscape of the lake makes it a hot spot for world-class fishing. The park hosts numerous national and regional fishing tournaments during the year. Grahams Island caters to anglers with an array of resources including a bait shop, a four-lane boat ramp and a fish cleaning station.Visitors can enjoy a day on the lake, take a stroll on the hiking trails, swimming at the beach or hang out at the visitors center. In the winter, visitors can explore over three miles of groomed cross-country ski trails, explore the park on snowshoes and have excellent access to the lake for ice fishing activities.
Turtle River State ParkConstructed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Turtle River State Park is located in a beautiful, wooded valley along the meandering Turtle River. The park features year-round recreational activities, including camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and sledding.Park guests enjoy shaded picnic areas and secluded camping sites. There are over 12 miles of trails carved through the forested hills and along the Turtle River. Anglers can also practice their fly fishing techniques in the trout-stocked river.Perfect for weddings, family reunions and other group activities is the spacious Woodland Lodge, with its kitchen and dining hall. The upstairs of the Chalet/Warming House is also available to rent for just about any type of group function. The CCC Memorial Shelter offers a picturesque setting and is popular for wedding and large group picnics. Turtle River State Park's Woodland Cabins are a good option for larger groups. The cabins are duplexes with a total of 10 units. These seasonal cabins are available mid-May to mid-September, weather permitting. Eight units sleep six each, bunkbed-style, while Elm A & B are wheelchair accessible and sleep three each. All units are equipped with air conditioning, heat, a private shower and a toilet. These cabins do not have kitchen amenities
Icelandic State ParkNorth 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.
Riverside Campground - Walhalla, NDRiverside Campground is located in the Walhalla city park. With a swimming pool, playground and picnic shelter, it offers a great camping option for families.
Cass Lake, MN
Stony Point Resort & CampgroundStony Point Resort offers a full-service RV Park, well-maintained campsites and modern cabins on the lake - complete with all the comforts of home. You'll have the chance to relax and take in breathtaking views when you rent one of our cozy cottages overlooking Cass Lake.
Sleepy Hollow Campground & RV ParkSleepy Hollow Campground & RV Park is located one block North of the world famous Wall Drug in the City of Wall, South Dakota. Why Wall? That's easy, we are located near the entrance to the Badlands National Park and the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands. Mount Rushmore and Sturgis are only a short drive away! At Sleepy Hollow, all of our 59 RV sites are convenient pull thrus, and we offer campground wide internet access to all of our patrons. Enjoy consistent pricing throughout our open season: April 15 through October 15 (weather permitting).Pets are welcome and we encourage you to take advantage of our on site dog park.
Saint Cloud, MN
St. Cloud Campground & RV ParkWhether you're looking for a primitive camping experience, a fun filled family getaway or an RV Club meeting spot, we have the perfect site for you.From recreation to relaxation, from accommodations to amenities, we pride ourselves on exceeding expectations.
Sturgis RV ParkSturgis RV Park offers 152 spacious, full hookup 30/50amp sites tailored to suit any RV, trailer or 5th wheel. We have 100 sites with a concrete pad allowing your trailer to stay hooked up to your coach. We have 18 premium sites located on the 2nd and 3rd levels offering stellar views of the city and the Black Hills. No check-ins after 8pm.Picnic tables at each site, a dock for loading/unloading motorcycles, a dog and bike wash, free wireless Internet service and access to USPS/FedEx/UPS services.Sturgis is home of the legendary world-famous Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Black Hills National Cemetery, Bear Butte State Park, Fort Meade Cavalry Museum, Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame and Wonderland Cave. Enjoy the local public golf course and scenic drives through Vanocker Canyon, Boulder Canyon or Spearfish Canyon. Hike or bike the Centennial Trail which runs by Ft. Meade. For a healthy dose of family fun, take the short walk to Sturgis City Park, with its well-equipped playground, picnic sites, group shelters, and hiking/bicycling trail.
Rush No More CampgroundConveniently located just minutes from Sturgis, SD – Rush No More is the perfect place to call home while exploring all of the attractions and natural beauty the South Dakota Black Hills have to offer.Welcome to Sturgis, South Dakota’s Rush No More Campground, RV Park and Cabins!Our helpful, friendly and knowledgeable staff will welcome you with plenty of ideas on how to keep your entire group entertained ensuring each and every guest gets the most of their Black Hills and/or Sturgis, South Dakota adventure.Our Big-Rig-Friendly RV Resort and Campground offers full hook-ups, large pull-through RV sites, Cabins as well as fabulously forested tent camping nestled within 80 acres of luscious green pines and wildlife!Hiking and nature walks within our property provide a great base for your journey into the beautiful Black Hills National Forest, lying directly along our back property line. From young families to retirees, there’s something in the Black Hills for everyone!
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