2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
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Hinckley sits along the Minnesota-Wisconsin border in central Minnesota. Known as “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota offers those looking to escape to the natural world an easy way to do so. If you want to enjoy the simpler, more pure things in life, you can rent an RV in Hinckley. The area around the town is rich with white pine forests and many of Minnesota’s lakes. Hinckley took advantage of its convenient location between multiple railroads to create a booming agricultural economy. Today, this midway point between Minneapolis and Duluth offers a wonderful stopping point to explore the beauties of central Minnesota.
When you book an RV in Pine County, you will be within easy reach of state forests, lakes, and other breathtaking wilderness zones. With plenty of outdoor recreational activities to partake in throughout the year, you will have no problem filling your days with plenty of exploration and play.
For those looking to enjoy the lovely land of lakes, you can spend your day at the Mille Lacs Kathio State Park in Onamia, Minnesota. “Mille Lacs” translates from French to “Thousand Lakes,” making it the quintessential Minnesota state park. With several lakes in the state park, many creating their own wetlands, you can wander through the first and second-growth forests and get a true sense of the original, natural wilderness of the state. You can canoe down the Rum River, enjoy a game of golf on one of the three 18-hole golf courses within the park, or enjoy 35 miles of summer trails. If you plan on visiting the park in the winter, you can indulge in almost 20 miles of skiing trails and can even rent skis at the park.
If you’re going to be visiting Minnesota in the winter, then head north of town to the Fond du Lac State Forest in Cromwell. The state park is home to the Fond du Lac Cross Country Ski Trail, and you can indulge in the ultimate winter recreational activity of cross-country skiing. With a seemingly endless amount of trails, you can enjoy skiing through the winter wonderland that is northern Minnesota. If you’re traveling to Minnesota in the summer, you can still enjoy the hiking trails and enjoy the small lakes, swamplands, and even go canoeing in some of the lakes.
When in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” with a Hinckley campervan rental, take some time to explore the largest lake on the continent. For an easy day trip, you can head north to the shores of Lake Superior in Duluth. You can stroll along the shores of this magnificent lake and enjoy the peaceful environment that it supports. Or instead, you can rent a boat and head out on the lake for a little bit of water-skiing, fishing, or just to break away from everything for a little bit. You can also enjoy many of the attractions along the waterfront, such as some of the manicured gardens, various memorials, and shops. And then at the end of the day, you can relax at one of the breweries and enjoy a local brew as you watch the sun set on Lake Superior.
When you rent an RV in Hinckley, you can reserve a spot at one of the local RV campgrounds. Luckily enough, there are plenty of options in and around town that are worth considering.
Conveniently located in town is the Grand Casino RV Park. At Grand Casino, there are full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and an on-site convenience store. Guests will also have access to a swimming pool in the warmer months.
Just a short drive south of town is the Pokegama Lake R.V. Park and Golf Course. At Pokegama Lake, guests can expect full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and a variety of recreational facilities and activities. Guests can also spend time fishing on the lake
When you secure an RV rental in Hinckley, make sure you set aside some extra time to explore the local community. There is so much to see and do in the area that you will easily fill your “relaxation” days with plenty of fun and interesting activities that you won’t have to travel far for.
In 1894, a large wildfire swept through the northern and central Minnesota area. Today, visitors to the area can learn about this event at the Hinckley Fire Museum. You can also learn about how the community worked together to repair and rebuild the community after the devastating fire.
Just a short drive south of town at the Snake River Fur Post, visitors can learn about the early pioneer industries of the area: fur trapping and trading. You can learn about the Native American communities who called this area home, see historical artifacts from the Ojibwe Tribe and the early pioneers, and even tour the historical buildings at the site.
If you want to hit the links, you can enjoy the golf course on the east end of town. You just need to reserve your spot in advance, and you’ll be able to enjoy 18 holes in some of the most beautiful woodlands in the state.
After your days of adventuring, you can head just south of town and explore some of the local wineries or breweries of Minnesota. You’ll be able to guide yourself through a local taste tour and find your new favorites.
There comes a point in every RV adventure where you need to restock and refuel your supplies. With several grocery stores and gas stations in town, you won’t have any difficulty finding what you need for your motorhome rental in Hinckley, MN.