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If you're looking for a family-friendly central Minnesota campground, look no further than Two Rivers Campground. One of the most popular options for families, the RV resort has a relaxing and inviting atmosphere with plenty of amenities for parents and their children. Take a dip in one of two seasonal swimming pools, splash around in the river, or just sit back and enjoy the serenity of nature. At the campground, you'll have the chance to enjoy river tubing, miniature golf, two playgrounds, and a game room. There are also volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, soccer fields, shuffleboard courts, canoe and kayak rentals, and so much more.
With abundant entertainment at the RV campground, you might find it challenging to pull your little ones away. But once you do, you'll discover that the fun has only begun. The campground, which is in Royalton, Minnesota, is just a stone's throw from some of the area's most popular attractions. Whether you want to get lost in nature, spend time with family, learn at a local museum, or something else, you won't be disappointed when you book a campervan rental near Royalton.
Royalton sits along the banks of the Platte River. The river was named by early French fur traders and means "flat and shallow." As such, the Platte is an excellent river for tubing. There are, however, a few Class I rapids to keep things mildly amusing. The river is also popular for fishing, and common catches include smallmouth bass, channel cats, walleye pike, and northern pike. Just be sure to bring bug spray as deer flies are abundant along the river.
The Paul Bunyan State Trail stretches 115 miles from Crow Wing State Park to Lake Bemidji State Park. It's the largest continuously paved rail-trail in the nation. Most cities along the trail have a rich railroad and logging history. Along the trail, visitors will find many scenic areas, trailside amenities, and more. While we doubt you'll cover the entire 115 miles when you camp at Two Rivers Campground, it's a great way to get some exercise while seeing what the local area has to offer.
Plant lovers can check out Minnesota Landscape Arboretum when they book an RV in Morrison County. A fun and peaceful way for the whole family to get into nature, the arboretum boasts interactive exhibits and informative touchscreen kiosks that teach all about the environment you're exploring. Outside the nature center, kids can let their imaginations run wild as they jump around on the natural-style play area. There's also an incredible sensory garden, which is excellent for young children as well as those with additional needs. You can choose from a guided, self-guided, or tram tour.
Stearns History Museum in Saint Cloud boasts two floors of interactive exhibits. Perfect for visitors of all ages, you'll learn about the area's diverse history and culture. Situated on 80 scenic acres, various artifacts and displays shed light on the area, people, and events that helped form the region to be what it is today. Be sure to check it out when you camp in an RV near Royalton.
In Little Falls, you can learn about the role that fishing has played in the lives of locals at the Minnesota Fishing Museum and Hall of Fame. With more than 10,000 artifacts all related to fishing, you'll get the opportunity to see why fishing truly is so important to Minnesotans. From Native Americans to the early settlers, fishing has played an integral role in the lives of almost all residents. In fact, the state has more than four million acres of water and 18,000 miles of rivers, streams, and waterways. Minnesota is even known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Whether you enjoy fishing or just want to learn more about the state, a trip to the Minnesota Fishing Museum is sure to please.
For something a bit more heart-pounding, there's Paul Bunyan Land in Brainerd, Minnesota. The theme park, which has been around since 1954, has rides the entire family can enjoy. Go for a spin on the carousel, or get a bird's-eye view aboard the Ferris wheel. If you're seeking more of a thrill, then perhaps the rollercoaster or the spooky Ghost Mine will do the trick. And after you've had your fill of rides, you can check out Pioneer Village. Here, you'll get a glimpse into what life was like centuries ago. Explore an old schoolhouse, post office, candy shop, and even a small log home. It's a great way to learn about local history in a hands-on and interactive way. If you like animals, you can also check out Paul's Petting Barn. No matter what you choose to do while here, it's a great place for the entire family when you rent a camper near Two Rivers Campground.