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Close enough to be within walking distance and isolated enough to guarantee the quiet you need, Adrian Municipal Campground near Adrian, Minnesota, has everything you need to have a peaceful and relaxing RV camping vacation. This family- and pet-friendly RV park has restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi. Within the park, you'll have access to a life-size chessboard, an 18-hole disc golf course, volleyball and basketball courts, a horseshoe pitch, and a swimming pool. All of the individual campsites at Adrian Municipal Campground have water and electric hookups, while some also have sewer hookups; there's also a dump station on-site. Some of the sites have pull-through access, and some have cable TV.
The campground is open from approximately mid-April until mid-October and is one of the largest campgrounds in the area. The park is walking distance to town where you can stock up on groceries, get a haircut, dine out, and much more; in fact, almost anything you need or want to do you'll find in Adrian. You can even take a stroll through town to check out the natural scenery and architecture. There are urban parks where you can enjoy a picnic and several bodies of water (a few lakes and the Kanaranzi Creek).
Book an RV in Nobles County and head out to explore the area. Blue Mounds State Park is a short drive west when you're camping at Adrian Municipal Campground. The park was established as the Mound Springs Recreation Area in 1934; its name was changed to Blue Mounds State Park in 1961. It was named after a rock outcrop that was first observed by settlers heading west in the mid-1800s. At the south end of the outcrop, there is a human-made line of rocks more than a 1,000 feet in length; on the first day of spring and fall, the line of stones is perfectly aligned with the rising and setting sun. It's unknown who built the line of rocks, but they are just one of many surprises you'll find here, including a type of quartzite rock that was formed from compressed sandstone. You'll find bison, deer, and coyotes in the park plus a variety of bird species.
Pipestone National Monument is a working quarry with a long history of supplying native Indians with pipestone, a type of mineral used in creating the ceremonial pipes. The entrance to the monument is guarded by the Three Maidens, which represent the quarry's guardian spirits. The Three Maidens are made from granite and were moved here by glaciers during the ice age. While you're here, you can hike the Circle Trail, which will take you past some important attractions; the trail is paved, and there are benches along the route for you to rest on. The park also has a visitors center with exhibits and information on what you'll see.
Northern Tallgrass Prairie National Wildlife Refuge is a tallgrass prairie preserve that is home to wildlife species that depend on the tallgrass prairie habitat, such as Dakota skipper (a type of butterfly), greater prairie chicken, and grasshopper sparrow. The combination of landscape and resident wildlife makes this a perfect place for you to enjoy wildlife viewing and perhaps even practice your photography. The refuge was created to protect and reinvigorate the tallgrass prairie habitat that had almost disappeared even though it was once a dominant ecosystem.
Now that you've seen the countryside, you should spend some time experiencing the culture of the area. Worthington is a small, friendly town that has been around for more than a century; it has one historic site, 1890 Dayton House, and several museums you can visit. One of the museums is a collection of vintage cars and memorabilia (such as porcelain and neon signs). A local brewery is housed in a historic building and develops craft beers by the keg; it also has limited food service, in case you want to snack on something while sampling the beers. If you're looking for something more than a snack, the town has an extensive list of eateries, including several venues that serve Mexican or Asian cuisines.
Round Lake is a quaint village with a vineyard that produces red, white, sweet, and dry wines. Enjoy a wine tasting and stroll around the grounds, which has a lake with two waterfalls. The town has a few venues for dining, and several more eateries are not too far away.
Whether you're looking for a campground that is quiet and relaxed or one that has lots of amenities, check out the campsites at Adrian Municipal Campground when you rent an RV near Adrian, Minnesota.