What we learned in this part of the country is that RV parks are basically non-existent. Most of the resorts are lodges, cabins, etc. but many of the resorts offer 2, 3, or 4 RV sites. If you are looking for a site, research resorts then see if they have camping spots. This resort is family owned and operated for the last 12 years with many cabins and lodges right on the lake and a fishing service. The 4 RV sites are all back-ins in the trees with lots of space in between. Water and electric ONLY. The grounds are clean. Fishing seems to be the main activity. "Beach" is rocky and water is cold but clean. People are friendly and helpful. Two individual modern and heated bathrooms with showers are available for the 4 RV sites. Used this as a home base to tour Voyaguer National Park. We would stay here again, although there are many other resorts which offer a similar set-up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pine Aire Resort & RV campground is located on Lake Kabetogama in Voyageurs National Park. International Falls is about 30 miles to the North. It appears most of their RV campsites are rented for the season with just a couple sites rented by the week. The main RV campground is located on a level area between the lake and Gappa Road with a few sites up the side of a hill for more secluded camping. Their restroom and shower was very clean with lots of hot water. They also have 20 cabins, majority with good views of the lake from decks & living rooms. Most of their cabins are located in a level area but several are up the side of a hill. The couple that run Pine Aire, Denise & Niles are very friendly and helpful. Whenever you are coming in from fishing, Niles or his brother always meet you at the pier to help dock your boat. They clean the fish you catch. We hauled our boat to the resort behind our RV and Pine Aire tows it to/from the boatramp with their pickup. They also have boat & motors for rent. Pine Aire's office & lounge are in same log building where they sell fishing licenses; bait & ice at boat dock. There is a small sand beach & pier. They have a couple of beers on tap at the lodge bar that overlooks the lake. They serve toaster oven pizza, not sure about much else. There' s a combination coffee/espresso/latte, pastry & souvenir shop and also a full service restaurant w/bar & a patio within easy walking distance of the resort if you want to dine out and not drive. We camped here in a Motorhome.