9 RV Parks near Isle, Minnesota
Jul 2014 - $31.00
We have stayed with South Isle Family Campground for the last 5-6 years and have never had a bad experience. There are activities for the kids, hiking trails, Geocaching galore very close and a friendly atmosphere. The bathrooms are very well maintained (important when you tent)! They have an outdoor pool and well manicured grounds. The staff are always friendly and helpful. - 3lilbugs
Jul 2012 - $36.00
The couple who runs this campground are great! They have fun activities planned all the time. It is a well kept campground. Look forward to visiting again! - happycamper!
Jun 2008 - $30.00
If you have kids, they will love it here. Train rides, warm pool and nice owners. This is a campground that recycles everything, which is great. Will go back for sure. - bunny102
Jun 2012 - $20.00
This is a beautiful campground with large sites. There are plenty of trees, for both shade and privacy. There are some good hiking trails and a public boat launch onto the Rum River. As with most Minnesota state parks, the bathrooms were clean, the rangers were friendly and extremely knowledge and the park was very well cared for. This park can be a destination on its own, or makes a great base camp for activities on Mille Lacs lake. - stpauligirl123
Jun 2012 - $25.00
Have stayed at Father Hennepin Lakeview CG many times over the last 10 years, and have noticed a marked decrease in rules enforcement the last few years, with this year being the worst. Only supposed to have one vehicle per campsite, almost everyone had more than one, plus a boat/trailer. Boats only supposed to be parked in a certain lot, but instead they took up all of the overflow parking in the cg the entire time. Most drivers go through the campground at a very high rate of speed: both campers going around the loops, and boaters going to the in-camp boat launch (there are other launches in the park). There was dog waste all over. There was garbage all over. Dogs are not supposed to be on the beach and yet there were many there every time we visited it. We like this cg very much, but are sad to see it slipping down into a low-class place. I did talk to the ranger in the office a bit, not sure what good it did, but hopefully the park management will make an effort to get this park back to where it used to be. It might take a few years before we want to go back. - minn camping family
Aug 2011 - $40.00
Great park with two different campgrounds in it. We chose Maple Grove Campground with no electrical hook-ups. This campground was well spaced out and tons of trees. The kids enjoyed biking around the trails and biking to the bathrooms. The "hidden" paths were their favorite. Used the beach and fishing pier. Too windy for catching fish, but still fun. Did the Hiking Club, geocaching in the park, and saw the albino deer. Very pet friendly. Camped with three other families, very quiet park. Would visit again. - agnesattic
Aug 2015 - $50.00
This campground has large sites with nice green grass, the owners are friendly and there is a lot to do with the kids. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10/10 is that it is quite expensive. It's been worth it for our family, however, as we continue to return to Pete's Retreat. - Thecampingfive
Aug 2015 - $24.00
Thought I'd add a recent review.
As others said, very well run, clean, etc . I highly recommend it. A great bargain because of the amenities (full hookups, etc) with Passport America.
We asked for and got a site with shade that is also pull through.
Free wifi, but Verizon /AT&T both come in well.
There's a heated pool/hot tub/small snack bar. - RoadVenture
Jul 2012 - $44.00
This RV park is actually in Malmo about 18 miles south of Aitkin. We can't say enough about the owners of this campground. We were there during a storm and they were amazingly efficient at taking care of all the storm problems. The grounds were well taken care of, the permanent sites were very nice, the RV sites were large. I highly recommend this RV park. We stayed there a week and would go back in a heart beat. - mkfore
May 2014 - $1.00
This is a C2C club membership resort and we actually stayed free. The campground is located right on the Soo Line South Trail which makes it easy for getting right on the trail! It appears the campground has only been around a couple seasons. Showers and bathrooms were clean. Good water pressure and hot water never ran out, a huge plus when you come in dirty from trail riding all day! Has a small game area in lobby, where you can also buy snacks. I would say the only thing this place is lacking is shade and a pool. - A hitch and hop
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Very nice park, plenty of trees and seclusion between campsites. Site was big enough to fit our 34' trailer and two other vehicles with plenty of room left over. Bathroom/showers very nice. Nice roads. Great canoeing on the Rum river. Playground for the kids with plenty of hiking trails. Climb up the fire tower for a nice view of the area. There is a swimming beach area, but we did not use due to the weather being cool. Looked nice for smaller children. - Shootecogo
Jun 2014 - $26.00
Nice campground with room for big rigs. The park now has a dump station. Hosts and other staff are friendly. Remember to bring bug repellent. Lots of mosquitos. Clean showers and restrooms. - sclark
Oct 2010 - $29.00
Lovely wooded Minnesota park! We enjoyed seeing several deer including twin fawn. Good sleep is available here with no traffic or train noise. The bathrooms were very new and clean but unheated so we didn't brave the showers. We'd definitely return to Kathio State Park! - pocabe
Jul 2016 - $46.00
We requested a site facing the lake with a nightly rate of $46.00 for water and electric only versus $42.00. In addition, there are other extra daily costs of $5.00 for use of any of the following items: dump station, boat launch, a dock space. We launched our boat once, but did not use a dock space, but were charged for it.
We felt the $46.00 nightly rate, without full hook-up, should include use of the dump station, as well as access to the boat launch, and temporary tie up somewhere without charge, since Turtle Lake is part of their campground, and advertised as such. We felt this was excessive, and had not encountered it before at any other campgrounds across the states.
Also, it said pets welcome, but the cost was $3.00 per day/per pet - again, we felt this was excessive; we had two small dogs (approx. 20 lbs. each).
Otherwise, the campground was very nice, staff very accommodating, grounds were kept nice, and sites were nicely spaced and laid out. Mosquitoes were horrible and mean. - Travelor
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Nice little campground, some sites seem small and close together. There is a small store but it is close too the end of the season so the stock was low. The showers are clean but need some minor repairs. Everyone one was friendly and the owners seem to have things under control. It is family and pet friendly, plenty for the kids to do. We will stay here again. - B HANSEN
Jun 2010 - $45.00
A very nice campground. Pet and family friendly. The sites are nice and fairly good sized. The bathrooms are clean. - smores
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This campground is being redeveloped by two couples who love what they do!
Sites are pull-throughs and relatively level.
Each site has water and electric.
WiFi and cable to come.
Firewood $10 for a huge load.
New office, showers, restrooms, laundry.
Golf nearby in Milaca.
Pleasure to stay here! - Sir_Charles395
Aug 2012 - $56.00
The staff at this campground are very nice. The lake is small, but very quiet and beautiful. They have small boats for rental for a very reasonable rate. The pool is wonderful. Bathrooms and showers (free) were always clean. Their rates are a little high, but you usually get what you pay for. I would highly recommend Hickory Lake Campground if you are looking for a relaxing place to visit. - MNCampingFamily
Aug 2011 - $52.00
If you love barking dogs, this is your place. Otherwise, stay away! We listened to the dogs of seasonal campers bark constantly. Fireworks, loud partying, and barking dogs well past quiet time. We did report this to the office, and fortunately these seasonal campers weren't there the entire length of our stay. The pool is warm, but very small and doesn't open until noon. The beach is nice. Sites are not level and requires some maneuvering between trees. The bathrooms are clean. They certainly do nickel & dime their guests! It is not worth the cost. We won't be returning. - apple234
Jul 2011 - $52.00
Clean campground with very friendly owners. Only downside is feeling nickel and dime for everything. After paying $52 a night plus $5 a night for a dog, I hate to pay $5/hour for a simple canoe and $.25 for a shower. Resort was pretty wet but we have had lots of rain. Overall a decent experience but just a bit high for what you get. - Mr.Surfer
Sep 2011 - $37.00
Beautiful shady open campground with friendly hosts, excellent food, nice lodge with hot tub and swimming pool, and Ann Lake just a 2 minute walk away. - HRT Jr
Jun 2009 - $33.00
Very nice laidback capmground. Mostly for seasonals. Nice grassy sites that saved us because it rained quite a bit. Small playground that the kids lost interest in fast. Very nice owners and would recommend this place for a quick get away for a relaxing weekend. We will go back. - bunny102
Jun 2008 - $33.00
Campground has changed owners and is now Woodsong Campground. This is primarily a seasonal campground, but they do have a few nightly sites. The owners were incredibly nice. There is a pool, playground and rec hall with games such as ping pong for the kids. Beautiful lodge that serves food (snacks and such). - dansophem