Saint Paul, MN RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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The park is located in a quiet Minneapolis suburb, but it?s only 20 minutes away from the city. The camp offers visitors a relaxing family environment, with heated pools, hot tubs, community fires, free Wifi, nature walks onsite and more. Nearby you can also visit the Mall of America, Minnesota Zoo, Mystic Lake Casino, Canterbury Park Raceway, just to name a few. A lovely RV park with a park like setting for your RV rental excursion.
A convenient park located close to downtown Minneapolis, shopping malls, parks, bike trails, golf and more. You can take a break from driving and take the bus into the city, which picks you up at the entrance of the park. All hooks ups have water, electrical and sewer, which is included in the price. Catering to long term guests the real advantage here is location for your RV rental trip.
Are you looking for an RV Park near Lakeville, Minnesota? If so, you won't go far wrong choosing Lebanon Hills Regional Park Campground in Apple Valley. It gives you the best of both city and country life. The park is surrounded by 2,000 acres of forests and lakes in Lebanon Hills Regional Park, but is very close to Lakeville and city life. It is also only a 30-minute drive to Minneapolis. The park has 93 sites, with full hookup, WiFi, a camp store, laundry facilities, picnic tables, fire rings, restrooms, and a playground for children. If you enjoy walking, this is the site for you. There are miles of trails in the Lebanon Hills Regional Park, and the Whitetail Woods Regional Park and the Thompson County Park are also worth visiting. The Lebanon Hills Visitor Center is in the eastern section of the park, and it will give you information about the area. They also have interactive nature displays and courses and programs.
Look and marvel at the paintings of Cezanne and Van Gogh, international and American modernism, Japanese and Korean art, and sit down and relax in reading rooms with themes such as the ?Jane Austen?. There are several youth and family oriented activities, and best of all it?s free everyday!
World class performances, educational opportunities, professional training, in a beautiful unique setting. You can catch performances of Christmas Carol, Shakespeare?s work such as Midsummer Night?s Dream, or take a backstage tour, which are done every Friday morning.
A park with many hidden gems, perhaps the most popular being the waterfall of 53-feet, it?s no wonder why this park was named the number one urban park system in the U.S. by the Trust for Public Land. Take a run, hike or walk the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, a 50-mile outdoor recreation loop in the Minneapolis area. Take your four legged friend on the Minnehaha Falls Off-leash Dog Park, or enjoy a picnic.
Just west of Minneapolis and St. Paul, you can find Baker Campground, and some of the best of the northern boreal wilderness, including deep cool lakes, thick forests, and steep granite cliffs. Starting in Minnetonka, follow Interstate 494 north for 15 minutes, then turn west for six minutes to find Morris T. Baker County Park and Baker Campground. This venue emphasizes getting back to nature, so even though you can fit even a big rig on one of their 200 sites, you won?t have a full utility hookup. Electric is available, but not water or sewage. Guests can also rent cabins that include light, heat, fans, and a screened-in porch. If friends stop by, they can easily fit their tent on your spacious campsite, which is also equipped with a picnic table and fire pit. On-site amenities include a modern bathroom and shower facility that is fully wheelchair accessible. Lake Independence is nearby for swimming and boating activities, and the location is also connected to several bike paths.
Are you looking for something which is both fun and educational to do during your stay in Lakeville? If so, head down to Fur-Ever Wild Wolves-Woods & Wildlife. It is a working agricultural farm and sanctuary for North American fur-bearing animals. You will learn about the connection we have with Mother Nature., and will find out what the importance is of habitat quality and preservation. Children will love it here. They - and you as well - can feed the farm animals, pet the mini horses, and even play with the baby wolves. There are also many other animals here which you can learn about, such as cougars and racoons. The staff all love animals and are keen to tell you more about them. There are often live animal demonstrations, which will help you to understand the world we share with the animals. This is a great place to go for a family day out.