5 Parks near Crookston, Minnesota
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The rate for RVs is now $20 a night. Our pull-thru site was long enough to accommodate any size rig. While there are no water hookups at the sites, there is water at a spigot (threaded for a hose connection) on the side of the restroom building. Accessing the building requires a sharp U-turn, so it may not be possible for larger rigs.
The park was clean and quiet.
Registration and access to amenities was a bit unusual. An attendant comes into the park about 6 pm to collect payments, dole out restroom keys (should you need one), and reveal the WiFi password. He was available for about 3 hours, so if you miss that period you may be out of luck. - JackSchmotzer
Aug 2014 - $15.00
Very nice and well maintained downtown city park. Six or seven 30 amp sites and at least one 50 amp site. Gravel road and sites. Plenty of room on the sites. Rooftop dish worked fine, Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. No water or sewer. I did not see a dump station. There were a couple construction workers staying there so they left early in the morning. - big greg
Jun 2014 - $15.00
This is a very pretty park, we stay here when we visit family in town. We only gave this a 6 because although they have a water fill up station it is hard to get to and you have to go across town to dump. They also have a bit of a drainage issue. The park is in the flood plain so when they had an unseasonable amount of rain the park flooded and we had to switch sites. Despite these issues this is still a nice park to stay in when visiting town. - toypulr
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Right on the Red Lake River, absolutely beautiful! Extremely well maintained grounds and spotless bathrooms. Numerous water/electric hook-ups and lots of area for tents. All camping areas are grass, driving is on dirt roads. Sites on non-river side are pull-through because you can drive through the grass with your rig as long as there's room. A big part of this business is tubing on the river so they rent tubes and drive tubers to a drop-off spot 4 miles up river. Owned by the nicest people we've ever met. A lot of campers are there for the tubing and can get a little noisy at night but security patrols the grounds to keep the noise down and make sure it's off at 11:00. This is our new favorite place! - all4pets
Sep 2016 - $39.00
This one is hard to rate because it is different from most campgrounds I'm used to staying in. This was a neighborhood that was devastated in 1997 by flooding. FEMA purchased the buildings and they were demolished and the area along the river and lake was turned into a greenway and this RV Park...Great idea! It's in the floodplain, so that is something to keep in mind if you plan to stay here during a heavy rain.
We paid $39 for a pull-through site with full hookups. That included a $10 state park charge. Gravel parking was relatively level. Friendly staff and clean park. We didn't take advantage of the close proximity of a cinema, restaurants and shopping within walking distance or the bike trails because we were passing through and only spending one night.
There were several other campers, but we were nicely spaced out...moreso than average. Lots of trees. The prime spots along the bike path were rented, so it's best to call ahead if you want one of those. Only issue was a gazillion mosquitoes (they actually sprayed the night we were here).
The park ranger was kind enough to stay after hours to take our money along with 2 other folks who also showed up while we were doing our business.
We had a hard time finding a suitable campground with decent reviews within striking distance of Winkler, Manitoba Canada...and this area seemed the best option as far as proximity. This one was a crap-shoot with only one review before mine. Being 2 women, we seek out locations and campgrounds that we feel safe in. This fit that bill. Glad we gave it a shot. Would definitely recommend and would stay here again. - maryotx
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is our second 5 day stay at this park. It continues to be one of the best campgrounds we have stayed in and is very popular so reservations are recommended. It is very close to major restaurants and entertainment and the city pool. Huge sites with full hookups and almost all pull-throughs and very far apart. - Winnie35
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Interesting park built in an old residential neighborhood, so there's a lot of history. Widely spaced gravel sites with paved roads. Unfortunately, the age of the trees makes them susceptible to storm damage. Fortunately no injuries from falling trees in a severe storm while we were there. Would be nice to see an investment in new trees for the future. Easy walking distance to restaurants and the downtown area. No wifi, except apparently at the bathhouse. - jwlbal
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Park is very open with good, level lots, clean restrooms and laundry. However, the highway noise is bothersome for sleeping. - cmclark
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Accessible by gravel service road next to the major highway. Could hear traffic, but not constant. Friendly staff however, laundry facilities closed at 7:00 pm. Neighboring lots are nearby. Site surface is gravel and grass and offers some shade. No other amenities but a clean place to stay for the night. - GerryB
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Access to this campground is found just before the entrance to Flying J. The paved road turns into a gravel road and the campground entrance is found about 1/4 mile down the gravel road. Sites are gravel with some grass between you and your neighbor. While the sites are not close together, turning out of your site means keeping a careful eye on the trees and other people's vehicles as it is tight (we have a 32' motorhome). Our nightly rate included water, electric, and sewer. - JC06