4 Parks near Hinckley, Minnesota
Nov 2015 - $24.00
Love staying at the rv park. Better in summer when pool can be used but just as fun in late fall. Big spaces with fire pit for grilling. When you want to go to casino the have shuttles. I found the shuttle runs every 10 minutes from 6p - 9p. After or before that we waited 40 minutes at one time. That's probably my only complaint. Plus last time we went we were parked far from general store where we needed to get ice and shuttle wouldn't take us. - Soda Campers
Sep 2015 - $24.00
This is an especially nice place if you don't lose any money gambling. There is a bus that will pick you up at your spot and bring you to the Casino for dinner. The bathrooms and showers are top of the line. And the Wifi was good. Great place to stop overnight just off I35. - suerover
Aug 2015 - $27.00
Lots of season regulars here. Popular place, even more so when there is a big concert at the casino. Playgrounds and pool for kids. At the casino - Grand Casino Hinckley - there is a Kid's Zone as well. The pool was very crowded - they allow parties, reunions, etc so it does get busy. Their Wi-Fi has multiple towers in the park. For the week we were here, I could log on but could not get pages to load except at an excruciatingly slow pace. I bragged about their Wi-Fi on here a year ago. Too bad. Grounds are well kept and the place is clean. Free shuttle to casino was running often. Picnic table and fire ring at every site. Blacktop pads with grass in between. Some sites with shade. Cable worked. - kellygreen
Aug 2015 - $10.00
What to say? The grounds are lovely; the facilities are great. We hated our stay.
This is now called Pathfinder Resort. It is set up for the permanent residents. We outsiders are treated like second class citizens. They are allowed to use ATV's and Golfcarts but outsiders aren't. And they race around with them at high speed day and night. There are loud parties.
They put us in a space we couldn't fit in; we went to the office to ask for help. She told us she had no idea the size of spaces or what was at each one. She didn't know and didn't care. The map they gave us was inaccurate and useless.
The entrance is not designed for RVs; there is no place for you. Cars can pull over to register; motorhomes with a tow will block everything. The residents then zip around you and give you nasty looks. It was dangerous. Visitors are treated like interloper - sfrantz
Aug 2015 - $1.00
First time stay. Camped under ROD. Back in site. 30 amp. Water and electric at site. Dump station near office easy to get to. Electric and water located between every other site at the front. So you would need a 25' + cord to hook up depending which site you were in. Indoor pool clean and well maintained. Very friendly tubing and kayaking company (Parduns) in Danbury (6 miles). Casino also in Danbury. ATV trails nearby. St. Croix state park about 14 miles. Judy at the front was very friendly and helpfull. Manager not so much. Wouldn't even make eye contact. - Rlachermeier
Jul 2015 - $43.00
This was an overnight stay for us just an enroute stop. The state park near by could not accommodate an RV our size. Unfortunate. We pulled in to St Croix River Resort seeking a parking place our only real requirement was a spot at least somewhat level. They had a spot with water and 30 amp service for $43, a bit high we thought, they staff said they charge the same for all sites regardless of amenities. The site was off to one side segregated from the "member sites" ground was soft and was difficult to level up on. This campground is heavily used by weekend ATV enthusiasts and was a bit on the "party" side. Mosquitoes were in abundance even tho the park is some distance from the St. Croix river. We will most certainly not stay here again. - kltfaught
Jul 2015 - $1.00
This place is now called St. Croix River Resort. The price reflects $0, we stayed here on ROD. Very spacious sites, each cul-de-sac has 6 sites. Ours had 50 amp power, good water pressure, and sewer. Satellite TV was a bit of a challenge, and we decided on less channels. Verizon service was OK, not great and non-existent at times. This park gets busy on the weekends, but during the week, it is very quiet and peaceful. The St. Croix River is nearby for floaters, lots of ATV trails, and plenty of lakes around. There is a nice grocery store only a few miles away in Danbury, WI...about 6 miles away (Hinkley is about 20 miles away). The pool and all facilities are well maintained. The customer service is absolutely outstanding. We had to do repairs on our RV and they went out of their way to help us. - simonsrf
Aug 2015 - $25.00
This is a very nice State Park located next to the St. Croix River. They are electric only sites. The park is very well maintained. We stayed there 2 nights. We did pop a breaker with the a/c running (one unit) and when checking the wattage, we had low wattage coming from the post. The gnats were very thick so we didn't get out too much, but both days we were there, they had activities going on. It is a very popular kayaking/canoeing destination and tour companies use the launch ramps. Plenty of shade. Nicely spaced sites. Walking trails. - jacknpeg
Jul 2012 - $28.00
We really enjoyed this State Park. It has a lot of biking and hiking areas. The sites all had tall mature trees around them. Some of the sites were longer and more private than others. The camping area is quite a ways off of the main road (5 Miles). The sites were nice and level. - PackerFanRick
Jun 2012 - $25.00
Among the largest parks in the state, St. Croix State Park offers recreational access to rivers and lakes. There is also an extensive network of biking and hiking trails, and an equestrian facility. Most campground guests take advantage of river-based recreation of one form or another, since the campground is remote and there are closer alternatives for other purposes. There is a concession on site that offers canoe and kayak rentals starting at about $40. There are a number of campsites that are hike-in or canoe-in only, inaccessible to RVs. The RV campground layout is similar to other state parks, only larger. There are 9 campground loops, all equipped with back-in sites. About half the sites are electric, more than are shown on official maps. To the extent I am able to determine, all of the electric sites are 30A. Though the loops are separated into three campgrounds: Riverview, Paint Rock Springs, and Old Logging Trail. They are adjacent and are similarly equipped. Wi-Fi is provided. Speeds are slow but usable. Like other Minnesota state parks, there is no water at individual sites, a policy the DNR has adopted to discourage grey water dumping. The sites themselves are grassy, of medium size, and generally have shade from tree cover. There is not much screening vegetation between sites. The sites are more closely spaced than at most other Minnesota state parks. Vehicle permits are required, $5 per day or $25 per year, for each vehicle. This being a large, heavily used facility, DNR staff are present in force during peak times, and a number of interpretive programs are offered, especially on weekends. Though we did not have any problems with overzealous enforcement, our sense overall was that compliance was expected with the many DNR policies given lip service at other parks. Bears have been an ongoing problem at this park. There have also been ongoing problems with other opportunistic wildlife, raccoons, etc. Finally, this park was part of a demonstration project in the 1940s that resulted in the construction of some unusually luxurious cabins and group facilities, which remain in place. - Jammer