Great State Park. Nice wooded sites, we stayed in site 54 which was long enough for the longest RV. No flush toilets but they do have a shower building which was spotless. The pit toilets are spotless too. Two swimming beaches and a small harbor and boat launch you can keep your boat in during your stay. The park is under utilized but a great family camping experience. All the roads in the campground except by the entrance are gravel but there was no problem riding mountain bikes and bmx style bikes on them to get where we wanted to go. The staff was excellent, very friendly and informative and they seemed to take great pride in their jobs and their park. One of the best experiences we have had in a Minnesota State Park.
This small State Park campground is fairly rustic with pit toilets, no showers, and the water supply is with a hand pump. The pluses are a great swimming pond with a white sand beach and bottom. The camp sites range from very shaded to mostly open, but they are spaced apart very nicely. The negatives are the campground is alongside a local highway which does have some traffic noise and there is a railroad crossing across from the swimming pond so you hear train whistles at all hours. But the best part of this campground was the staff of very caring state park employees who were extremely helpful and raised up the score a point or two.
Great Forest Service Park on a point in Leech Lake. Very shady sites which help cut down on wind coming across the lake. Some sites have beach access and some are on water front. Small campground with a boat launch and has two small harbors where you can tie up your boat. The campground roads are paved and the perfect size for kids to ride bikes and enjoy themselves. The sites were well spaced and most of them were very private.