2021 Dutchmen Kodiak SE
2021 Dutchmen Kodiak SE
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Sitting against the beautiful Rock River, the town of Luverne, Minnesota has a lot to offer vacationers. In addition to a number of historical buildings and attractions in town, folks come to enjoy the beautiful natural landscape around the town. Blue Mounds State Park can be reached by following a trail from Main Street, and Touch the Sky Prairie is home to many native species. You will be able to view this and more when you Book RV rental in Rock County.
The town has a few claims to fame, such as being one of the four towns profiles in Ken Burns documentary ‘The War’, and it was also the main setting for the second season of ‘Fargo." A trip out to Sioux Falls, SD, or Worthington, MN can be a good day trip out of town. The biggest nearby city is Minneapolis located to the northeast.
There are a number of city parks located directly in town, great if you just fancy getting a little fresh air after you rent a motorhome in Luverne. Luverne City Park is located on the edge of Main Street, on the curve of the Rock River. It is a great spot for a picnic, and the playground will help to keep the kids entertained. There are also 11 neighborhood parks such as Buffalo Bill Park, Evergreen, Rotary, Sitting Bull, Hawkinson and many more.
Nearby you'll find Blue Mounds State Park and just a few minutes’ drive in your Luverne RV rental. The park is full of wonderful, natural surprises such as the Sioux quartzite cliff which towers 100 feet over the plains, where is it not unusual to see a herd of grazing bison. Prickly pear cacti pop up in the summer months, and birdwatchers come from all over in the hope of spotting nesting blue grosbeaks and other birds. The park contains 13 miles of trials which will give you a unique opportunity to see Minnesota's tallgrass prairie.
Hiking enthusiasts and beginners alike enjoy taking the Blue Mounds Trail, which begins at main street and goes all the way to the state park. Along the way, part of the cliff branches off up a 90ft cliff, which offers a panoramic view of the city below. The Luverne Loop Trail is set to provide an additional seven miles of trail around the outskirts of the city.
For a simple and affordable place to park your motorhome rental from Luverne overnight, Freedom Ranch Campground is located just outside of town. Camping is pretty basic, but all sites come with water, sewer, and 30-amp electricity, plus it's close vicinity to the Blue Mounds State Park and the town itself so you won't be very far from a range of shops, eateries, and adventure.
Adrian City Campsite lies to the east of town, with 30/50 amp electric, water hook-ups, laundry, showers, and a playground, it has everything you may need for a quiet night sleep. There is also a number of games and sports courts for family fun while spending time in the park. Seeing as this RV park is located in Adrian, there are a number of shops and restaurants very close by.
Another option for parking your camper rental from Luverne is Pipestone RV campground, which is located directly north in the town of Pipestone. Big rigs are welcome at this campground, and it has free WiFi throughout. There is also a heated outdoor pool, an 18-hole miniature golf course, pavilion, fully stocked camp store, yard games, and a lot more. Overall there are 78 RV sites, with a warm friendly atmosphere it offers a good place to spend the night.
After a long day exploring the area, one of the best places to sit back and relax is at the Verne drive-in theater. The theater was built back in the 1950s, and today it is still a popular attraction and can hold up to 300 vehicles. A range of movies are shown throughout the year, and the sound is broadcast through your vehicle's radio, which makes for a very cool experience.
To learn more about town and its surroundings, a visit to Rock County History Center is a must. On display, you will be able to witness a range of exhibits and artifacts, including a collection of 2500 nutcrackers. Actual furnishings from the courthouse and law enforcement are also on display. When it comes to history and culture in town, other places of interest may be the Carnegie Cultural Center and the Rock County Veterans Memorial Building.
The Luverne Area Aquatics and Fitness Centre is a great place to go if you are looking to stay for and healthy on your travels. The state-of-the-art recreational facility contains an Olympic sized swimming pool, a wading pool, and a hot tub, in addition to a fitness area and weight loss room. Rent a luxury motorhome in Luverne, MN to experience all this and more.