Trails RV Park is a family-friendly campground with nicely landscaped grounds and sites that back onto a wooded forest. This magical Minnesota park offers spacious pull-through and back-in sites with level, packed gravel pads and easy connections to electricity (20/30/50), water, and sewer. There’s plenty of grassy space between motorhomes and enough room to park up your boat. Established trees flank the perimeter, adding shade to some sites. The highway can be heard during the day, but the word is it's quieter at night. Each site has a picnic table with a fire ring, and it costs $44 to $49 to camp for a day.
The roads in and around the park are gravel with modern restrooms, showers, and a laundry. You can access the Internet at hot-spots or cool off in the glittering pool. Grab an ice cream or pizza at the Lodge or join in the ongoing camp events. The start of the season party gets everyone pumped for the summer with fun games designed by the hosts.
Dogs are welcome at this pet-friendly park but must stay on a leash when they are outside of the RV. Fur-baby guardians are expected to provide doggy bags and pick up their pets' waste. Pooches must be well-behaved and play nice with guests and other pups. The Chippewa National Forest allows tail-wagging walks with a $5 fee for each pet.
Kids have a super cool playground plus basketball and volleyball courts but the show-stopper trails get hikers attention as they wind through the bordering forest.
The Ranch House Supper Club is right across the road and offers fine dining and family inspired meals. It's only 4 miles from the camp to the city of Walker, home to the beautiful Lake Leech. Here, fishing, kayaking, and boating are endless, summer pursuits. A scenic paved bike/walkway takes you all the way back to the camp. The Heartland and Blue Bunyan Trails also connects with the path, making this a desirable place to camp.
From May through to October, you can roll into Trails RV Park. You won't be short of adventures with lakes, trails, and activities plus a forest for adventurous hikes. Peak times are summer and holidays, so make sure you book ahead.