2018 Forest River Wildwood FSX Bunk House
2018 Forest River Wildwood FSX Bunk House
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2012 Winnebago Era - Sleeps 2 Adults and 2 Kids - 4 Captains Chairs -18MPG
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Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota is one of the largest lakes in the state, and a great getaway for a motorhome camping trip. It spans an area of over 1,32000 surface acres, extending into multiple counties in the state. Located about 90 miles from Minneapolis and 94 miles from Saint Paul, consider renting an RV to explore the nearby cities. Book an RV in Mille Lacs County to explore everything around Mille Lacs Lake and its surrounding areas. While parts of the lake extend into Aitkin County and Crow Wing County, an RV rental makes it easy to drive around these areas too.
Mille Lacs Lake area was one of the earliest inhabited areas in Minnesota, while it was the French who put the lake on the map and called it Mille Lacs, which meant "Thousand Lakes." Today, the lake is known for offering a diversity of world-class fishing opportunities and is especially renowned as a prime walleye and muskie fishing hotspot. Mille Lacs Lake makes for a great family vacation in the spring and summer months, with plenty of outdoor recreational activities to look forward to.
When you go camping at Mille Lacs Lake, you’ll be in for a treat when you’re out in the lake waters casting a line. Trophy catches are popular on this lake, and while walleye and muskie are popular, this big lake is home to several other species of fish, including northern pike, jumbo perch, small and largemouth bass and tullibee. Shallow reef-top fishing is common on the lake, and if you’re more into deep-water angling, then the north half of the lake is ideal with a number of mudflats and southern deep gravel and rocks.
Mille Lacs Lake is an ice-fishing lake too, so if you’re up to braving icy winters, then head to Mille Lacs Lake in November or December. Make sure to read up on fishing reports before you go ice fishing in the lake.
Another option to consider when RV camping at Mille Lacs Lake is launch fishing. If you don’t have your own boat or watercraft, join a guided fishing trip on board a fishing launch. It’s a common practice here, and you’ll have the expertise of a fishing guide to show you the best hotspots to fish in.
When you’ve had your fill of the water, how about a good hike? There are great hiking trails in the Mille Lacs Lake area, and most trails are multipurpose, so you can opt to go biking or even rollerblading in certain sections.
Park your RV rental at Mille Lacs Lake to enjoy easy access to the lake and everything around it. North Star Resort is located on the southwest side of Mille Lacs Lake and has 64 RV sites. Amenities at the resort include full hookups, 30 and 50 AMP electric service, water, sewers, dump station, WiFi, and cell phone coverage, restrooms, and showers. There’s a huge playground for the kids to run around in, a fish cleaning station and a boat ramp and deep-water marina. Pets are welcome at the resort. There are a number of ATV trails close by to explore as well.
To camp in an RV near Mille Lacs Lake, Shady Creek Resort on Mille Lacs is an option to consider. Located off Highway 169, the resort provides easy access to snowmobile and ATV trails. Amenities at the resort include full hookups, 20, 30 and 50 AMP electric service, sewers at each site, water, free WiFi, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. There’s a fish cleaning facility for your fresh catch, and a playground for the kids to have some fun. Pets are welcome at the resort too.
Once you’ve enjoyed camping in your rental motorhome at Mille Lacs Lake, consider a drive to Minneapolis to explore the city. This trendy city has lots to offer to every kind of tourist; whether you’re a culture hound or an avid foodie, a history buff or a nature lover, there is something for everyone.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art is a great stop for art lovers, displaying over 90,000 works of art that span over 5000 years. Indulge in exhibits from Egypt, Europe and Italy, and popular artists like Monet and Titian. The kids will love the scavenger hunt, while you marvel at the great works of many artists.
Walker Art Center has a terrific collection of modern and contemporary art made up of paintings, sculptures, and photographs. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is another interesting place to visit, and its right beside the Walker Art Center. The Weisman Art Museum is housed in a building that’s pretty much a piece of art in itself. Here you’ll find tons of contemporary American art.
Take the kids on a fun jaunt to the Minnesota Zoo. Located in the suburb of Apple Valley, about 30 minutes from downtown Minneapolis, the zoo boasts of over 5000 animals. In addition to all the animals, there’s an IMAX theater that runs shows on the zoo and its conservation efforts.
To understand the history of Minneapolis, make your way to the Mill City Museum. It houses exhibits that showcase the city’s industrious past through its displays. Don’t miss the baking lab that runs cooking demonstrations.
Minneapolis is known for an excellent food scene, with quite a few iconic dishes that the city is known for. Try out some of the local favorites on your visit, including the Tater Tot Hotsish, which is essentially a casserole, but filled with Minneapolis goodness, and the Jucy Lucy, the best-stuffed cheeseburgers in the country perhaps! The city is also known for a thriving Scandinavian food scene if you want to try something different.
Stock up on supplies from one of the convenience stores, and fill up your rental RV at one of the gas stations in the city, before you hit the road on your next adventure.