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Itasca County Fairgrounds

Night by Night Camping

Address1336 Fairgrounds Rd, Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone(218) 326-6470

Pine Acres

Seasonal Campground

Address29604 MN-38, Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone(218) 326-2082

Pokegama Dam

Night by Night Camping (online reservation)

Address34385 US-2, Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone(218) 326-6128


Prairie Lake Campground

Seasonal Campground

Address30730 Wabana Rd, Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Phone(218) 326-8486

Scenic State Park

Night By Night Camping

Address56956 Scenic Hwy, Bigfork, MN 56628

Phone(218) 743-3362

Schoolcraft State Park

Rustic Night By Night Camping

Address9042 Schoolcraft Ln NE, Deer River, MN 56636

Phone(218) 743-3362

Trout Lake RV Park & Campground

Night by Night and Seasonal Campground

Address25709 Co Rd 10, Bovey, MN 55709

Phone(218) 256-3093

Warba American Legion Campground

Night by Night Camping

Address21066 US-2, Warba, MN 55793

Phone(218) 256-0822

Dispersed Camp Sites

In addition, there are dispersed and developed campsites on the Mississippi River managed by the Minnesota of Department of Natural Resources. There are also night by night campgrounds and dispersed campsites in the Chippewa National Forest. All campgrounds are accessible and located on 12 of the Forest’s 1,300 lakes.  Campgrounds are generally open from mid-May to mid-September.  Campground facilities vary from flush toilets and showers to rustic campgrounds with vault toilets and hand pumps. Each campsite has a picnic table, fireplace, tent pad and parking spot.  If you are seeking a more primitive experience, there are 68 back-country campsites on the Forest. 

Chippewa National Forest Camping

Mississippi River Camping

State forests have 46 campgrounds with 1,000 campsites, or you can try dispersed camping anywhere in the state forest. State parks and state recreation areas offer more than 5,000 campsites and a variety of cabins, guesthouses, and other lodging. Plus, there are thousands of miles of rugged or paved state trails and state water trails that can lead you there.

MN DNR Camping




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