RV Parks & Campgrounds near Rochester, MN

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Albert Lea / Austin KOA, MN

Having a good time isn’t a problem when you're RV camping at Albert Lea/Austin KOA; there's plenty here to keep you busy. At this family-friendly place, you can bring the whole crew to enjoy a seasonal swimming pool (open from the end of May to the beginning of September), playground, basketball court, horseshoes, walking trail, R/C track, and planned craft activities for the kids. You don’t have to worry about losing contact with the outside world, as you will have access to Wi-Fi throughout the RV park. You won’t have to go far for resources either, but you can also purchase propane and firewood on-site, so you can save a couple of steps.

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Rochester / Marion KOA, MN

Situated in southern Minnesota, the RV campgrounds of Rochester/Marion KOA give guests the opportunity to easily explore several states in the Midwest region including Iowa and Wisconsin. This prime location allows visitors to the area to get a true sense of the beauty and majesty of the Midwest. And to make you stay even more comfortable, you can enjoy RV camping at Rochester/Marion KOA thanks to their many amenities. No matter which kind of RV rental you choose, you will be able to accommodate it with the campground’s 30 and 20 amp electrical service full hook-up sites as well as the 50, 30, and 20 amp electrical service full hook-up sites.

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Lake Pepin Campground, MN

The Lake Pepin Campground and Motel is located in the small town of Pepin, Wisconsin right along Lake Pepin on the Minnesota border. It's a charming area where you can enjoy the beauty of the Upper Mississippi River Valley, with rock-faced bluffs plunging into the winding river bed below. The nearest large metropolitan area is La Crosse.

This serene campground is located right along the lake with stunning scenery. Due to the area's harsh winters, the campground is open from April 15th to October 15th. However, you can opt to stay in …

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Brookside Campground, MN

If you are looking for a waterfront, family-friendly campground near the Twin Cities area, Brookside Campground is worth considering. Providing secluded and pet-friendly campsites shaded by mature oak trees, this RV park offers a range of motorhome camping options depending on your needs. Campsites with water, electric, and sewer hookups come in 20/30/50 amp configurations while sites with water and electric hookups come with 30/50 amp service. Modern restrooms with private showers, a laundry room, and a dump station are available for a more comfortable stay.

There is plenty to do here before and after venturing out to town and the wonderful outdoors. Break a sweat at the basketball and volleyball courts. At the end of the day, soothe tired …

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Cannon Falls Campground, MN

Everyone knows Minnesota is all about the lakes – its motto is the “Land of Ten Thousand Lakes” after all. But until you’ve traveled through it, "ten thousand" is just a number, and it’s hard to believe there are really that many. Fortunately, you don’t need to go RV camping in the state’s rural north to find them; many are just outside its largest city, Minneapolis. Just south of the city, the Mississippi River splits into multiple channels and forms dozens of these small lakes that are perfect for watersports loving travelers.

One of the best places to base yourself for such an adventure is the Cannon Falls Campground. Less an hour's drive from south Minneapolis, Cannon Falls Campground …

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Lake Byllesby Campground, MN

In the scenic Cannon River Valley, the Lake Byllesby Campground lies along the northeast shores of the Lake Byllesby Reservoir. It’s the largest lake in southern Dakota County while being on the doorstep of Minneapolis.

RV camping at the Lake Byllesby Campground includes access to 35 RV sites and 22 tent-only sites, with many offering lakeside views. There are accessible restrooms with showers and a sanitary dump station, as well as picnic tables and fire rings where you can congregate in the evenings.

Kids can enjoy a run around in the children’s playground while boaters can take advantage of the boat launch to get out on Lake Byllesby. …

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Sylvan Park Campground, MN

Adventurers journeying through the Land of 10,000 Lakes can use the Sylvan Park Campground in Lanesboro, Minnesota, as a great stopping point or as a home base. In the southern region of the state, not too far from both Wisconsin and Iowa, it is hard to pass up this prime location. The RV campgrounds are well suited for your RV rental and welcome visitors to explore Minnesota's natural terrain.

The RV sites at Sylvan Park are well equipped with both electric and water hookups. There is also a dump station within the park grounds. Sylvan Park Campground also has a restroom and shower house for visitors.

Campsites at Sylvan Park Campground are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. And the …

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Ponderosa Campground, MN

Situated on the northern shores of Lake Zumbro, the Ponderosa Campground is a seasonal campground in a park-like setting near Mazeppa. It offers excellent fishing for smallmouth and largemouth bass, walleye, and sunnies, as well as being a popular destination for canoeing and kayaking.

RV camping at the Ponderosa Campground includes access to 98 RV sites, with electric, water, and sewer connections available. There are flush toilets, hot showers, and a sanitary dump station accessible to campers, with pets welcome to stay with you if they remain on a leash.

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Rice Lake Campground, MN

Just 15 minutes’ drive from the heart of Owatonna, the Rice Lake Campground is a family-friendly RV park overlooking a sparkling lake. It was once used by Native Americans for harvesting wild rice, with its shallow waters, wetlands, and marshlands now attracting waterfowl during their annual migrations.

RV camping at the Rice Lake Campground includes access to 42 RV sites, with electric connections at some. There are flush toilets and showers accessible to campers, and pets are welcome to stay with you if they remain on a leash. Canoes and kayaks can be rented on-site from the park office, with both solo and tandem options available.

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Prairie Island Campground, MN

Just outside of Rochester in Minnesota. Minnesota is chock-full of idyllic camping areas, but when you rent an RV near Prairie Island Campground, you put yourself in a position to have the time of your life.

Both primitive tent camping sites and RV sites available at Prairie Island Campground, equipped with electric and water hookups and picnic tables too. Sites can be rented by the day or the month, in case you have a lengthy …

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Shades Of Sherwood Campground, MN

When you park your RV rental at the Shades of Sherwood Campground, you'll be close to the stunning Mississippi River and Minnesota's premier city, Minneapolis. This RV park is located near the quaint city of Zumbrota and features two playgrounds for kids to enjoy, as well as outdoor sports facilities, including volleyball and basketball courts. Dogs are welcome at this pet-friendly Zumbrota campground, so you can have your pup by your side while you explore the Minnesota countryside. Did you forget to pack some essential supplies for your trip? Shades of Sherwood Campground has you covered with a camping store where you can stock up on firewood, propane, groceries, and more.

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Lake Louise Campground, MN

Minnesota is known for the stunningly beautiful shores of Lake Superior, and the innumerable small lakes just outside Minneapolis, but one area that doesn’t get a whole lot of attention is its southern third. Down along its border with Iowa is a completely different side of the state. In the region known as the “Driftless Plains,” you’ll find deep valleys cut by the Mississippi River and angular hills that were passed over by the glaciers that smoothed out the rest of the state. It’s a place of unique beauty, and one of the best places to go camping with an RV is Lake Louise State Park.

The park spans over 1,000 acres, encompassing vast expanses of grassland in addition …

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Whitewater Campground, MN

Not far from the incredible Mississippi River, Whitewater State Park features mesmerizing bluffs alongside the Whitewater River. The rustic, state-run campground at Whitewater State Park is a two hours' drive south of the state’s largest city, Rochester.

This easy-to-find and accessible campground is a marvelous place to bring your Rochester RV rental, with over 100 campsites with 30/ 50 amp electric hookups. The heavily wooded area affords privacy and peace to its occupants, with vault toilets, modern restrooms, warm showers, and dump stations for motorhome rentals. Tent camping is also possible at this year-round wilderness retreat by the Whitewater River. Some campsites at …

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Frontenac Campground, MN

On the banks of the Mississippi River, where it marks the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin, the Frontenac Campground is a family-friendly RV park near Red Wing. It offers direct access to the recreational pursuits of the Frontenac State Park and its steep limestone bluff that overlooks the waters of Lake Pepin.

RV camping at the Frontenac Campground includes access to 58 drive-in campsites, 19 of which offer electric connections. There are restrooms and showers available for guests to use, as well as picnic tables and potable water. Pets are also welcome to stay with you, provided they remain on a leash.

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