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18 RV Parks near Janesville, Minnesota
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Janesville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Janesville in the left hand column.
Jun 2013 - $25.00
This is a nice campground run by a very nice couple that have just bought it. I only gave it a 5 because the site I was on had a very bad slope to it and I couldn't level my coach. Half of the sites are on a slope. The lake is within 400 feet of all the campsites. I would strongly suggest giving them a call to see if they have any open spots before pulling to the campground as they fill up fast. The electric service is good, water pressure is good, and most of the sites have shade most of the day. There is ample room between sites. All sites have a picnic table, and are gravel. - bones1941
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We were in a tent in the overflow area. Our lot was mostly dirt which for a tent wasn't ideal. Also there was broken glass in the area which we had to clean. 1 porta potty in our area which was clean and not to bad. The main bathrooms and bathhouse was a little walk. The shower stall is just cement stall no way to control water temp and spiders on the walls with a very dirty floor(I kept my sandals on). It's mostly used for beach goers I think, not so much campers. In the camping area there were no garbage can's at all. You had to bag your own garbage and walk it down to dumpsters which isn't to far a walk but an inconvenience. Also if your going there bring Yard Guard bug spray or a fogger, the mosquitoes are horrible. The park itself is very busy along with the lake with skiers. If you plan on fishing do it early morning or evening as it's really busy with skiers. Overall will come again, but will maybe come when cooler and not so many skiers. - Ctrev
Jun 2016 - $25.00
The sites are fine and I have always liked the lake. The beach and rental of kayaks and SUP's are great. However the water supply smelled like rotten eggs and lake water and the mosquitoes were horrible! They need to deal with both situations immediately. I was really disappointed because it was really nice 2 years ago when I stayed there. - kaseyA
Jun 2016 - $23.00
The park is well kept. Mosquitoes terrible, they don't spray. Can't be out after sunset. Water isn't fit to use; not for drinking, showers or dishes. We have to bleach our water, it smells so bad. - Linda V
Jun 2012 - $13.00
This campground is mainly a "worker" campground. People who work in the area stay here. The restroom/shower building is dirty, the grounds are not taken care of, when it rains it is muddy and the roads are gravel and full of pot holes. The owner is building two story cabins on the property to rent out and there was lumber and building materials all over. The rate reflects a monthly fee of $375.00. I have stayed here before and it has deteriorated so badly that I will not come back again. - bones1941
Jun 2014 - $17.00
I have stayed in this campground before. This year the sites were poorly maintained, the seasonal sites were junky and the price had increased greatly with no improvements. While I was staying there the lake had overflowed and half the campground was flooded. The water came within about two inches of my site. I chose to stay until my prepaid month expired. I will not stay here again. - bones1941
Aug 2012 - $13.00
This park is a well kept park. It is located right on a lake with lake access. The sites are very level, very wide and there is lots of grass and shade trees. The park is mostly seasonal people, and is usually full. This year they had space available. The park is located behind a gas station/liquor store. No traffic goes thru the park however. The owners are extremely courteous and very helpful. The rate reflects a monthly rate. Electricity and cable TV are billed separately. I would definitely camp here again. - bones1941
Jun 2017 - $100.00
Unexpected severe storms rolled in, affecting our entire stay. We paid $100/night and they would not even offer vouchers to come back. They nickel and dime you...it is very expensive. The value is not worth what you get. If they were a bit cheaper, or offered vouchers, showing they cared about our business we would try it again . They put our 37' Rv in a spot far too small. We had to pull up to the road to fit and be able to open slideouts. They were aware of all of this, and did not seem to care. We saw open spots that were better, but they didn't move us. highly disappointed with our first time here. - Multiple_mother
Jul 2016 - $90.00
Great new water park. Three great playgrounds! Petting zoo, pontoon rentals, and many planned activities for our kids! Highlight is the friendly service! - nutbomb44
Jul 2014 - $57.00
Attractive family oriented park near a lake. We had a long pull-through site that had 50 amps ($2 extra) and a concrete pad with a picnic table. Staff is friendly. WiFi is free and worked adequately. Attractions in the park are apparently popular enough to push the owners to impose extra fees for visitors ($3 for children and $5 for adults). Extra fees are also imposed for sewer, water-electric, cable TV, children, and weekends. Water pressure is 60psi. We enjoyed our stay here in spite of the high cost. - Roger H.
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Beautiful park, very convenient to Twin Cities. Quiet with a great bike trail running through it. The only negative was the mosquitoes, so will come back in the spring or fall next time. - Glory Bee
May 2017 - $23.00
We visited Sakatah State Park on out motorhome. Our site was back in and turned out to be very tight but we were able to make it in. We enjoyed the visit to this generally quiet campground. This park has an incredible biking trail. We hiked a trail along the lake and found it a bit overgrown and therefore narrow. It's very family friendly and the park rangers provided outstanding customer service. - rv_newbies
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This is one of our favorite parks. It is rather tight in spots, but if you can get in it is nice, quiet, rustic and private. The site I had was a larger site. It had enough room to get in and out and the overall site was very spacious. The park host stopped by to talk and was very nice and friendly. I would certainly try and get back here again. They have a nice biking trail and many walking and hiking trails and it is just off the lake. - PackerFanRick
Aug 2015 - $60.00
We stayed at this campground on a weekend in August. They had everything you needed, but it was overly crowded. The sites are SUPER close together, you got absolutely NO privacy. I have to say though I was really impressed with the employee out front who went out of his way to help us back into our spot. I think this is overall a great place for kids. We liked that they had a dance, wagon rides, pool and water slides, etc. They had everything you would want for kids. There isn't much for adults to do at all so I can't really comment on that. I would suggest if you are couple without children, find a different campground. I am avoiding staying there again due to it being too crowded. - CampMamaOf3
Jul 2015 - $55.00
Very nice clean park. I have stayed there several times and the kids enjoy the pool very much. I will visit again. The sites were fairly close together, but they were nice and shaded. There are a couple of very large playgrounds, shuffle board, horseshoes, mini-golf and basketball to keep everyone entertained. There is also a nice bike/walking trail that goes around the lake. You do have to cross the highway to get to the lake, but it is well worth it. - MankatoJohn
Aug 2014 - $52.00
This is a nice campground with gravel streets and pads, but nice grass areas between sites. We were escorted to our pull-through site on row L, which was good because the streets are a little narrow. The park is very busy, being across the street from a lake, and has many amenities and activities for kids. We would consider staying in this park again if we are in the area. - SMorin
Jun 2018 - $25.00
This is a very clean park with 27 Electric sites, 1 non-electric and 3 primitive tent sites. The RV sites are all back-in and are very level with six 50 amp sites and the remainder 30 amp. They have a playground for children. There is a dump station as you leave and a water spigot to fill your water tank in the interior loop. Very quite at night. They do have senior citizen (+62) and veteran discounts on Sunday - Thursday. I have stayed here before and I will stay here again. I gave it an 8 only because of the lack of full hookups. - USA by RV
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Besides the outdated look to the place, it wasn't a bad place. It was a large property with a full sized disc golf, disc driving range, a mini-golf, v-ball, b-ball, outdoor pool and right off the paved bike trail. There were lots of things to do there and it was near a State Park. The playground was "old-school" and the mini-golf was pretty outdated but it added some character to the place along with the older buildings and vintage decor. Also a couple goats on the property that were chained up or caged. We did not visit the pool but we did use the showers in the main office building and they were fairly decent but still outdated. Our site was only E/W but they offered full hook-ups near the seasonal's and also electric and primitive sites. A band played Saturday night that was pretty good. We would stay here again just because of the location being near a State Park for hiking and biking and access to a river for kayaking. - BigRigFriendly
Jul 2008 - $45.00
The owners were friendly and nice. The campground was clean. Sites with full hookups are basically set up in a field, but the electric/water sites are nicely shaded and spaced apart. The pool was a favorite with the kids. With a bit of building and grounds work, this place could be one of the best private campgrounds in the area. - dansophem
Aug 2004 - $28.00
This campground was quiet and well maintained. The pool was fairly new at the time that we were there and it was a great place for just a quick quiet retreat. Mosquitos were a bit bad along the river sites but those were the only sites with shade. The open sites next to the pool did not seem to have quiet as bad a mosquito problem but they did not have any shade. This campground definitely isn't fancy but there is a lot of open room for the pets to run and it does border the Cannon River which is great for canoeing and kayaking. Overall, we would go again as staff was friendly and campground was quiet. - bjohnson2002
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We stay here occasionally as it's close to home and the nearby state park is always booked. This is a quiet city park with wide open spaces for frisbee golf and soccer tournaments. Peaceful in general. The sites are very large and grassy with sites in the newest section almost too large. The newer the section, the fewer the trees. The bathrooms require a pass code to use, which is okay as there are a number of non-campers using the area for kayaking on the river. - nomadsark
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Camp site are really nice and big, that is the only thing good!! The bathrooms are very dirty no toilet paper. There is no one here that cares people are screaming and partying until almost 4 am!!! We are set to stay 3 more day. We are leaving even if I can't find another campground because of the holiday! - Rvtraveler4fun
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed at this park because an electric site at nearby Minneopa State Park was not available and we needed it! It got up to 97 the night we stayed.
Land of Memories has 2 sections. An older section in the trees - electric and non-electric. The newer section is laid out around a rectangle, well spaced, electric, but almost no shade. We were in the newer section. Recommend sites along outside of the newer loop near river or in old section where shade is more adundant.
We did ask at the small office if we could leave our camper later on Sunday and we were able to (the campground was virtually empty when we left Sunday).
There is also a park here with a popular disc golf course, soccer fields and a building that can rented out near the entrance. The dump station is connected to that building and is around an uphill curve. This necessitated us to pull in straight going off the curve to line up the trailer for dumping, then back up to get back on the curve to drive out.
Interesting notes - After we went to bed my kids watched what they described as a "parade" come in to a site across from us. One camper trailer, 4 tents, 8 cars and numerous people. They partied until at least 4am. I assume they had a great time based on the scattered cans and bottles littering the ground and picnic table on their site, as well as the person "sleeping" in a camp chair near the fire pit at about 8am. Ok, this isn't our type of camping, but at the end of the day this didn't ruin our experience. Also, we saw another group that apparently made their own site along the river for tenting. These incidents make me wonder as to overall security. If we need to return to Mankato, though, I would feel comfortable staying here again. - MNJessieJ