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Getting together and making new friends while enjoying the beauty of the parks in Minnesota and the surrounding areas. We take advantage of group camp sites and individual sites. With a variety of people, there's always a wide range of adventures to join in on such as hiking, fishing, paddling, enjoying the local sites or just sitting by the campfire.

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NEW LOCATION! Camp-Waub-o-Jeeg

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Camp-Waub-o-Jeeg sits atop the cliffs overlooking the ST. Croix River. I have reserved the group site for 12 with water and electricity. Appropriate for our small trailers and tents. New shower building this year.

Nearby is Wild Mountain, Wild Mountain Winery, shops in Taylor’s Falls, Deer Park, hiking and kayaking at Interstate Park, cruises on the ST. Croix River, Franconia Sculpture Park. Cost is $50 per shelter for the three nights. Refunds only if you cancel more than 14 days in advance.

Note: You need to sign up and pay on this new event page. I have revised the payment configuration and it seems to be working now. If you have already paid via PayPal you with be refunded from PayPal for your original payment.

Camping at Sibley State Park!

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Make your reservation on either March 29 or 30th at Lakeview Campground!

Wisconsin Interstate Park

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Go for the North Campground. Spots are filling up fast. More information to follow.

Trails End Camping

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Trails End (57 miles NW of Grand Marais)
Weds August 10th to Sun Aug 14th, 2022

We will camp in a beautiful red and white pine forest on the Seagull River or Gull Lake. There are rocky outcrops and views of the lake and river. You can paddle your canoe or kayak right up to some campsites.
This is rustic and there are no or hook-ups or electricity. It has water and vault toilets. Showers are available at nearby outfitters.
We will base camp at Trails End all days( I will leave a tent at my site), with the option to paddle to Gold Island on Lake Saganaga for an overnight camp on Thursday.
On Wednesday at 7:30 P.M., meet at Leisa's site to discuss paddling. On Thursday at 9:30 A.M. meet at the boat launch to paddle. We will paddle back on Friday. You can get a taste of the BWCA and you will not need much gear for one night! Experience dark night skies, loon calls, and pristine waters.
I will take care of the BWCA permit for the island campsite, and you reserve your site at Trails End through Recreation.gov on or before Feb 10, 2022. Sites are $28-$32 and are reserved six months ahead,


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July 4, 2022. Hungry Jack Camping & Lodge!

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