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Vagabond Village Campground is set in the beautiful Minnesota countryside, and it overlooks Potato Lake. If you love water sports, this campground is an ideal vacation destination for you, as it is surrounded by lakes. The campground is just outside of the small town of Park Rapids. It is a three-hour drive from Duluth and just over three hours' drive from Minneapolis.
Campsites at Vagabond Village Campground have full RV hookups with 30/50 amp electrical connections. There are heated restrooms, hot showers, and laundry for your convenience. Each site has a picnic table and a fire ring, and if you are camping with a large group, you can also use one of the three shelters on the premises for your picnic. A small store is on-site and stocks camping supplies, firewood, ice, and grocery items. There is also an ice cream counter with a soda fountain and pizza shop.
There are a number of fun activities on-site to enjoy while camping at Vagabond Village, like a large heated pool, as well as a swimming beach and docks on the lake for fishing. The campground offers boat and equipment rentals for those who don't have their own, and also has a playground, horseshoes, courts for tennis, badminton, and volleyball, croquet, shuffleboard, and an indoor game room. The campground is very family-friendly with lots of activities for the entire family.
When you camp in an RV at Vagabond Village Campground, you will be right on the shores of Potato Lake. It's easy to go swimming and boating without leaving the campground. The lake is large enough for many different types of boating, from paddling to electric boating and water skiing. There is also excellent fishing in the lake, with many different species of fish available. Some of the fish that you can find in Potato Lake include bullhead, bass, perch, pike, walleye, and bluegill.
Vagabond Village Campground is also close to the much larger Leech Lake, which is in the Chippewa National Forest. This lake is used as a reservoir, and it is also a very popular vacation destination. It offers some of the best walleye and muskie fishing in the country, as well as many other species of fish. There are several boat ramps along the lake where you can get out onto the water. There are also many outfitters nearby where you can rent boats and equipment if you don't have your own. The lake is large enough for many different types of boating, from kayaks to speedboats. It's also a great place to go tubing, wakeboarding, and water skiing.
There are many other exciting things to do in the Chippewa National Forest when you go motorhome camping in this area. There are hiking and biking trails throughout the forest and the surrounding area, with one of the most notable being the Heartland Trail. This trail is paved and takes you through beautiful native wildlife habitats. Several other trails showcase the natural beauty of the area, as well. Additionally, there is excellent bird watching in the area, as well as duck hunting on the river during designated hunting seasons. In the winter, there are trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
There is a variety of fun things to do when you book an RV in Hubbard County. The small town of Park Rapids is just a few minutes' drive from the campground. The town has several restaurants and cafes along its main thoroughfare, as well as parks with a waterfront view. There are also gas stations and grocery stores in town should you need to stock up on any essentials.
The town of Walker is also a short drive away. It is located in the Chippewa National Forest along the shores of Leech Lake. This town is home to historic hotels and restaurants, as well as a vintage-style general store and confectionary. There is also a large casino in Walker for those who enjoy gambling and nightlife. The town of Walker hosts many exciting festivals in the summer, including music festivals, art fairs, and food festivals. Check their local calendar to see what's going on in town during your visit.
Both Duluth and the Minneapolis/St. Paul area make easy day trips when you are RV camping at Vagabond Village Campground. Duluth is on the shores of Lake Superior and is known for its beautiful waterfront views and parks and excellent skiing in the winter. Minneapolis and St. Paul are full of exciting culture and things to do. This area has several interesting art and science museums and is also the home of the Mall of America. Minneapolis is also known for its trendy, walkable neighborhoods with cafes, restaurants, and bars.