Cedar Lake Memorial Park Campground

In the heart of “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Cedar Lake Memorial Park Campground offers RV adventurers a great home base for exploring this beautiful Midwestern state. Right on the shores of Cedar Lake, the scenic park provides a wonderful respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you plan to hide away at this stunning RV campground or go out and explore the beautiful land of Minnesota all around you, Cedar Lake offers its guests with everything they need to have an enjoyable stay.You can make a reservation for a site for your RV rental in advance. You can also make use of the restroom and shower facilities located near the lakeshore. There is also an RV dump station available for use on the property.When camping at Cedar Lake, there are plenty of recreational activities that you can indulge in. With both a grassy lakeshore and a sandy swimming beach, you can soak up the sun and take in the tranquil views of the lake. If you would rather opt for something a little more adventurous, you can rent a canoe or kayak and explore Cedar Lake. As the day comes to an end, you can challenge your travel companions to a friendly game of horseshoes or volleyball before grilling some hotdogs and hamburgers to round out the night.

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The Great Outdoors

Just a short drive north of the campsites at Cedar Lake Memorial Park Campground is the Lake Alexander Woods Scientific and Natural Area near Cushing. Due to the intense erosion and weathering of ancient glaciers, the topography at Lake Alexander Woods is dramatic with hills, valleys, and small ponds and lakes scattered about the landscape. With such an interesting terrain to explore, there are hiking trails sure to get your blood pumping. There are also three unique habitats to check out: the forests of the uplands, the wetlands of the lowlands, and the grasslands that meet in between. You will get to experience a microcosm of Minnesota’s wilderness as you take in the sights and sounds of this small natural area.Those who want to enjoy a stroll through the woods can visit the nearby Rum River State Forest near Milaca. The relatively flat terrain lends itself to those who want to take it slow. Rum River is right where two forests merge, so you can see the maple, oak, and spruce trees of the north with the ash, elm, and marshy brush of the southern wetland forests. Those looking for a challenge can head to the southern edge of the forest where a unique glacier esker sits. You can hike and climb along the dramatic topography and see the forest from a slightly better vantage point. Rum River State Forest borders the Mille Lacs State Forest and Mille Lacs Kathio State Park, too.Just south of the RV campground, a great day trip awaits at Sibley State Park in New London, Minnesota. There is a new adventure awaiting every explorer at Sibley State Park. Those looking to challenge themselves can hike up to the peak of Mount Tom, one of the highest points in central Minnesota. Those who would rather enjoy a more leisurely day can enjoy gently rolling hiking trails through the forested areas of the park. In fact, many of the open grasslands within Sibley State Park are restored native prairie grasslands, so be on the lookout for this unique American feature. In the warmer months, you can rent a canoe and explore the canoe route that connects the various lakes and ponds within the park and even do a bit of wildlife viewing.

Explore the City

When you book an RV in Todd County, you can visit the Hemker Park & Zoo. The zoo is open during the warmer months of the year, and there is lots to see while you're here. Observe adorable red pandas and exotic kangaroos, and delight in the playful puffins. You and your travel companions can even get a step closer and feed a giraffe or otter.In the nearby town of St. Cloud sits the proud Stearns History Museum. Showcasing local history ranging from local heroes to technological advancements to cultural milestones, there is something new to learn when you spend the day at Stearns. The Stearns History Museum is also part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibit route, so your travel plans just might line up with one of these stunning exhibits.Lovers of nature will relish in a day spent at the Munsinger/Clemens Gardens, also located in nearby St. Cloud. The gardens are open year-round and welcome visitors to explore their cultivated beauty. You can wander through the nature trails, enjoy the various water features, or even check out the tropical greenhouse. No matter what time of year you visit, you will be treated to some dazzling colors and beautiful scenery.While RV camping near Cedar Lake, you may need to restock and refuel your rig. A few grocery stores are spread out near Cedar Lake; however, there are several larger options in the nearby town of St. Cloud. There are also plenty of gas stations to choose from along Route 10, situated to the east of the RV campground, and along I-94, just to the south.At the end of a long day of exploring and hiking along ancient glacial terrain, replenish your spent calories with a hearty Jucy Lucy. A hamburger patty stuffed with cheese, this gooey and delicious treat will certainly have you going back for seconds.

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