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The Interstate Campground in Taylors Falls, Minnesota is a gorgeous place to get out into nature while camping with a motorhome rental. The camping areas of Interstate State Park straddle the St. Croix River, together creating a large recreation area with sweeping views of the water, beautiful forests, and divine nature trails. While camping at Interstate Campground, visitors are just a short drive from Minneapolis and St. Paul, the famous “Twin Cities” of Minnesota.
The campsites at Interstate State Park overlook the river and you can take advantage of on-site amenities like bathrooms and showers. The visitor center highlights the attractions and activities that can be enjoyed within the park.
When you rent an RV near Interstate Campground, you can take advantage of the services provided by the park, from its amazing trails winding alongside the river to its kayak and canoe rental station. Going swimming or fishing in the St. Croix River can provide hours of entertainment and there is even a shuttle that brings campers on cruises down the river and back. With the vast number of things to do and beautiful landscapes to see in the area, it's a fantastic idea to book an RV in Chisago County when taking a camping trip to east-central Minnesota is part of your future plans.
Whether you spend most of your time on the Minnesota or Wisconsin side of the border, there is an abundance of natural beauty and great parks to visit when you rent an RV near Interstate Campground. Interstate State Park is home to the rustic RV campground. Hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and even rock climbing on the cliffs overlooking the river make for quite an unforgettable experience. Directly across the river is Wisconsin Interstate State Park which together with the Minnesota Interstate State Park provides hundreds of acres of land to explore. Both parks honor each other's state park passes, so a visit to one means you can utilize all of the features in each respective park. The Wisconsin Interstate State Park is a popular destination with thru-hikers, as it is the terminus of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail which stretches all the way to the other side of the state in Sturgeon Bay.
William O’Brien State Park is found a little bit downstream from both the parks, and there are even shuttle services provided by Interstate Campground to ferry guests back and forth between the two. This popular park remains one of the most heavily visited in the state, thanks to its gorgeous trails, a smattering of woodland wildlife, dense tree groves, swimming beaches, fishing spots, boating areas, and a campground that can accommodate RV rentals, tents, and massive groups too.
A real treat awaits those ready to drive up north towards the Canadian border. Voyageurs National Park is a spectacular place to get lost in the wilderness for a few days, with sublime forest lands, marshes, wetlands, prairies, and glacial lakes as far as the eye can see. A few historic lodges and buildings on-site contribute to the park's status as a national historic landmark of sorts, with fabulous natural landmarks to match. The park may be remote and tricky to find, but it is absolutely worth the effort.
The closest town to Interstate Campground is Taylors Falls, just a few minutes’ drive away. This small, accommodating community has some eateries and cafes, as well as some historic sites to check out, but don’t expect large landmarks or big city nightlife here. One of the historic sites is the Folsom House, a charming New England-style home dating back over five generations. This two-story home with a wraparound porch was built by a prominent lumber baron and politician back in the mid-19th century, and a tour of the building can provide some amazing insight into the past.
The 1852 Town House School is another wonderful place to see while you're here. The school is the oldest existing public schoolhouse in the entire state of Minnesota, once used for religious education, public school, town meetings, and elections among other things. The St. Croix Festival Theatre across the river in Wisconsin is another local landmark known for its big acts with nationally touring plays and musicians. Catch a concert or a musical at this amazing piece of history in St. Croix Falls when you rent an RV near Interstate Campground.
If you fancy some skiing or snowboarding and plan on visiting in the wintertime, bring your gear along or rent some at Wild Mountain Ski. It may be small but people from the city love to visit this epic snow mountain known for its half pipes, terrain parks, and nighttime skiing seven nights a week during the winter.