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2 RV Parks near Cavalier, North Dakota
Jul 2018 - $25.00
ONLY reason we couldn't give this gem a 10 was because of 2 small items - 1. No sewer connection, 2. narrow (but paved) roads. Were there for the max 14 days, which meant that every 4/5 days, we had to unhook and drive our coach to the dump station along the narrow, winding roads, a bit of a pain. Otherwise, Icelandic State Park was a really great place to camp, the campground itself is on the banks of Lake Renwick and Renwick Dam on which boating and fishing was allowed. There is also a very nice beach and concession. Icelandic State Park had many sites, mostly pull throughs which were paved and mostly level (ours was perfect), there were plenty of trees ad manicured grass areas making the whole park quite pretty. The Bathhouses were always spotless, plenty of hot water! Also on the grounds of Icelandic is a fascinating museum called the "Pioneer Heritage Center" with exhibits from the Homesteading days and the original Gunlogson family Homestead. With this museum was a number of original and restored buildings, some from the original homestead and others brought from other areas nearby. Of nearby, the pretty little town of Cavalier is just 5 miles down the road with 2 supermarkets and a hardware store. If you're in this part of beautiful North Dakota - do not miss this park! We WILL be back. Other attractions about 10/15 miles away was the little town of Walhalla on the way to beautiful Pembina Gorge, there is a Ski Resort which has a summer theater called Frost Fire - well worth the visit. Also, only about an hour away, is the beautiful and interesting city of Winnipeg across in Canada. There is really so much to see and do around Icelandic State Park! - Retired Wanderers
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Beautiful state park with private sheltered, shaded sites. Small lake in the park. Frostfire, a nearby summer theater in Walhalla, ND puts on a nice community show every summer. A local foundation is working on developing the Pembina Gorge, a unique gorge in the middle of the flat Red River Valley. The park also has an historical display of Icelandic culture. - Nodaker
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We were camped in the north loop on the inner part of the loop. The water hookup was at the back of the site which is on a shared pedestal. The electric hookup is in an odd spot right outside the door of the trailer. The showers are free of charge and clean. There was a small beach with a concession stand and a fishing dock near the primative camping sites. There is also a interesting museum at the Pioneer Heritage centre with a small gift shop. We really enjoyed our stay at this park and can't wait to go back. The only negative was there is no sewer so long stays not practical for us. - Fun finders
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a county RV park adjacent to park, playground, and ball field, and on the river. 30 amp only, but water and sewer connections. Nothing going on while we were here, but it might get crowded if there were ball games. - DYK 640
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This is a standard city park campground. Sites are side by side and space is tight if another camper pulls in next to you. On the plus side, the grass is thick and you don't have to worry about tracking in a lot of mud if it rains. Also, if you are hungry, try getting a sandwich at the café at the golf course. It's open to the public and while the menu is mostly sandwiches, fries, etc., the food is good. We will stay here again if we find ourselves in Pembina. - Bobbi1948