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Baylor Regional Park, Young America, Minnesota

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $21.00
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When we stayed it was very busy and it was not quiet, very noisy. Lots of people in groups, lots of children running all over the campground yelling and screaming. If not for it being noisy & busy, the campsites and grounds were very nice. We camped at Baylor Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Sakatah Lake State Park, Waterville, Minnesota

Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $15.00
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There are 4 loops, total of 62 sites. 48 non-electric and 14 electric. All sites are wooded and are shady. Some sites tend to be sloped side-to-side. People with big RV's or slides may have trouble as most sites are narrow with boulders lining the spur. Sites are primarily dirt, no grass. During summer months there are tons of mosquitos as there is a lot of areas within the park that has standing water. This park tends to be very busy as it is close to the Minneapolis/St. Paul cities. You also do hear traffic morning, noon and night as it is next to a highway. We camped at Sakatah Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Rice Lake State Park, Owatonna, Minnesota

Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $18.00
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Rice Lake State Park is quiet and restful. That is one of the reasons why we like it so much. The other reason it has many different hiking trails, walking in woods, next to the lake, or on open prairie. There are not any hills so it is all pretty level. We see many different types of birds, waterfowl, as well as deer. The campground has two loops, A loop is all non-electric and B loop, electric. The restroom and showers are located in A loop and are kept stocked and clean. I would not recommend this campground for people who have big rigs. Most sites are shaded with the exception of a few sites in B loop where you will get full afternoon sun. There are waterfront sites available but they are for walk-in tenting only. If you do like to tent these sites are very nice! Since this is a state park with majority of it forested do expect mosquitos and ticks while out hiking the trails. Also, during duck season, hunting is allowed. If you do decide to camp during duck season be prepared to hear the noise of gun shots and would be to your advantage to stay away from trails along the lake. We camped at Rice Lake State Park in a Tent Trailer.

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