RV Park Reviews is now Available through the RV LIFE App on iPhones, iPads, and Android Devices.
Click Here to learn more.
5 RV Parks near Edgerton, Minnesota
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Edgerton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Edgerton in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $29.00
As a State Park it really was well kept & clean. We enjoyed our spacious campsite, camp fire & the amazing view of the night sky. We were well aware of the water issue before we arrived. They did make allowance for the water issue they are experiencing. They are working on locating a new water source & we look forward to adding this as a stop on our future trips. - Lets_travel
Sep 2015 - $34.00
Stayed just overnight in route home, which is only reason value was rated low. About 5 miles easy drive off I-90, but worth the trip to use a state park. Park grounds and facilities appeared to be very well maintained. Paved roads, gravel sites and good power. Time of year allowed for not needing reservations, lots of choices for camp sites and easy use of dump station. We would stay here again. Close by to Luverne for most anything needed and easy access back onto I-90 in either direction. - RPWAINC
Sep 2013 - $26.00
Easy access, most sites have shade, bathrooms very clean. Good hiking trails nice swimming beach. Would stay here again. - gmbmailbox
Jul 2015 - $19.00
Lovely lakeside location. Worse mosquitoes and flying beetles we've ever experienced. We couldn't enjoy our dinner outside because it was impossible to eat or drink with all the bugs landing on them. The train blasting through and blowing it's whistle was disturbing enough until we were woken up by the sound of a .22 gun being fired. We woke up tired to very strong outhouse smells and a fresh assault by the mosquitoes. My husband wanted to share "I've been camping for over ten yrs and this was one of the worse experiences."
Camping reservation service charged a $10.00 service that seemed very high. - Wendy_H_B
Sep 2012 - $23.00
Beautiful state park campground. Electric only. Lots of grass and trees making this a pretty, lakeside campground. Lots of space and greenery between sites. Dump station. - SandyBBB
Jun 2010 - $17.00
This campground is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. We picked it because it was close to relatives that we were visiting. Other reviews that warn of low hanging trees and hard to back into sites are right on the money. I caught the top of our trailer on a tree leaving the site and ripped our roof (not a good day). We stayed here on a Wednesday and Thursday and the office was never open, though we saw a ranger driving around. You use the honor system to pay for firewood, which was kind of neat. The camp host was very nice and came to check on us while we were setting up. The bathrooms are very nice and clean. These are some of the best bathrooms that we have found at state campgrounds. Hiking trails are nice and the lake dam is worth the walk. The price for this camp site is fair enough through I would be very careful about driving a motor home through here - or anything else you care about for that matter. The low trees and site access drop the rating from what it could be, in my opinion. - MS-601
Jul 2018 - $36.00
A nice RV park right across the street from the Pipestone Monument National Park. The internal roads are dirt and gravel, which makes for lots of dust in dry conditions, but the roads are smooth and easy to navigate. The sites are pretty level with mostly gravel under some grass. There are plenty of shade trees, but we opted for a site on the perimeter of the park so we could get satellite TV. We still had shade at the back of the coach. The park is nice and quiet, even when completely full, and we found the staff and other campers very friendly - glenstmary
Jul 2018 - $24.00
Great park with great folks operating it. Co-owner was most helpful and friendly. Park was nicely maintained with easy access from multiple roads. Well worth the stop. Some shaded spots offered cooling breezes. - Greenfrogtrike
May 2018 - $29.00
New owners have day jobs somewhere else so no one around and no security. Nice flat spaces with grass and shade. 4 washers (2 broke) 4 dryers (2 broke).Stayed 2nd week of May. - geo cong
Jun 2016 - $10.00
Cheap city (Magnolia, MN town of 222 people) campground to stay in not far from I-90 near the quaint small town of Luverne, MN. Campground is not in Luverne, but in Magnolia about 6 miles to the West. This website did not offer Magnolia as a choice of location in the drop down. That said, this park leaves much to be desired, it is all side by side back in sites. We had to use 20 amp and run a power cord several sites down for power. Pay is via a self pay kiosk and runs $10.00 per night. Cheap no frills place to stay off I-90 in the Southwest corner of Minnesota. Get their before dark, or it will be hard to manuever and find a site, they are not exactly well marked.
On the positive side, Luverne is a very neat little town with a theater and nice restaurants and it is about 6 miles away. Impressive quality of services for a town of such a small size. - Stax
Aug 2018 - $20.00
We stayed here a month at a cost of $500. Great site with partial shade. North side of the campground didn't have Sprint reception but south part did. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Well groomed park and friendly town. - CgAZrv
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Right off the freeway, but not noisy. The park is a large circle with one section for seasonal stays. Our full hookup site was 50 amp. There were a couple washers and dryers in the office. Small mom and pop grocery nearby. Great overnight stop. - Uthagan
Jun 2018 - $30.00
.Sites are in a circle. Easy check in. Playground. - cchall112