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When you are looking at RV rentals in Pennington County, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home, and you’ll almost certainly enjoy the Thief River Falls Tourist Park Campground. The park area itself offers excellent recreational opportunities as well as areas of historical and cultural interest, and there is a seasonal campground host on-site.
Sites at the RV park offer full hookups or electric-only hookups. Drinking water is available in the campground. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, a picnic shelter, fire rings, access to a dump station, and WiFi. Quiet hours are expected. Leashed pets are allowed.
The Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge is near where you will be RV camping at the Thief River Falls Tourist Park Campground. It was originally established as the Mud Lake Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. It continues to be a refuge for waterfowl and migratory birds as well as other wildlife such as moose, deer, wolves, and sharp-tailed grouse. Habitat in the refuge includes sedge meadow, oak savanna, and coniferous bog. The Lost Bay Habitat Drive is a four-mile self-guided tour. There are also hiking trails. A 100-foot observation tower is available during snow-free months. Other recreational activities here include firearm and archery hunting, wildlife and nature viewing, and photography.
The Chippewa National Forest is another place to explore when you camp in an RV near Thief River Falls. It was the first national forest east of the Mississippi River, and it has more lakes and wetlands than any other national forest. The Forest and Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe share Anishinabe culture and the forest’s past from prehistory onwards. More information is available at the visitor centers or the Edge of the Wilderness Discovery Center. Bookstores feature educational resources, local products, and gifts and souvenirs. Recreational activities in the forest include beaches and swimming, boating, hunting and fishing, hiking, climbing, rock and mineral collecting, nature viewing and photography, and winter sports such as skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and ice fishing.
The Voyageurs National Park is an interconnected system of land and water. It’s a great place to experience the great outdoors with your Thief River Falls campervan rental. The Kettle Falls Hotel in the park offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Rainy Lake Visitor Center, the Kabetogama Lake Visitor Center, and the Ash River Visitor Center feature exhibits, a park film, ranger-led programs, Junior Ranger booklets, trail maps, and park stores with books, park merchandise, and gifts and souvenirs. Recreational activities here include water activities, winter sports, hiking, and guided tours. Boat and gear rentals are available.
Thief River Falls is known as “Where Two Rivers Meet,” and it is considered one of the country’s top destinations for birds and wildlife. Get to know it better when you rent a camper near the Thief River Falls Tourist Park Campground. Other highlights include the Pennington County Historical Society Museum, the Thief River Golf Club on the river, a snowmobile factory tour, an indoor waterpark and casino, and the Peder Engelstad Pioneer Village. Some of the community events that take place here every year include craft shows, farmers’ markets, the Vintage Carnival, and Pioneer Valley Classic Christmas. Be sure to check out Visit Thief River Falls, the Thief River Falls Chamber of Commerce, Explore Minnesota, and the Riverland Tourism Association for the latest in local news, happenings, and visitor guides.
When you are looking for some big-city attractions and amenities with your Thief River Falls rental motorhome, you can head across the border to Grand Forks. Top things to do here include the North Dakota Museum of Art, performances at the Empire Art Center, the Japanese Gardens, casinos, and the Grand Forks County Historical Society Museum. Special events here include the Hollydazzle Festival of Lights, Art and Wine Walk, Heritage Days, and Potato Bowl USA. As a university town, there is no shortage of restaurants, bars, and music venues. You won’t be hungry or bored here. Visit the Greater Grand Forks Convention and Visitors Bureau and the North Dakota Tourism Division for updated information on area attractions, events, promotions, and tourist information.
When you decide to leave the RV campground to sample the best of what this area has to offer, you’ll be able to choose from bar and grill fare, family-friendly meals, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. And when it’s time to refill your tank, you can find both gasoline and diesel fuel easily at any of the area’s service stations, truck stops, and convenience stores.