See the beautiful northwestern country like you only can from an Northern MN RV Park. Get away from the city and enjoy time in nature at HQ RV Park. Relax, unplug and uncharge. It is time to experience the north woods by staying amongst them in your RV with your family or friends.
Whether you camp out, cookout, fish, boat or swim, you will recharge when you get to do it in the beauty of nature while being near the convenience of home in your RV. HQ RV Park is different than the rest because it was made by a family for families.
Located in Northern Minnesota near Crane Lake and Buyck this RV park is new – and old. Originally the site of Tourist Headquarters in 1950, the land was sold to the owners’ relatives. Ivar and Alida Ostlund named the area formerly known as the Corner Headquarters Resort. It drew many people because of the pleasant sites, the couple’s hospitality, and great cooking. It was a hotspot for travelers up until it changed hands and closed in the 1970s.
But, in 1990, another owner bought the property. They cleared the property for lot sales. It then changed hands again in 2010 when the new owners decided to turn it back into the beautiful, peaceful tourist location it needed to be. Headquarters RV Park was opened and quickly became another popular spot due to its clean, safe sites and amenities.
Hospitality is the main commitment of the family that now owns the property and it will be the first thing you notice whether you stay for a few nights, a few weeks or a month.
You can reserve a spot for a whole season or for a whole day. The area is right by the Voyageurs area wilderness and there are many fun attractions nearby. It is the perfect place for adults and children. There are large private sites that give you time to make memories and spend lots of quality time together.
There is always something to do. You can enjoy the comforts of home in your RV with plenty of AMPs and water. Each site is level so that your RV stays secure and everyone inside gets to stay comfortable.
Enjoy the peace and beauty of the Northern wilderness yet be close to the Boundary Water Canoe Area and lots of MN lakes like Crane Lake, Echo Lake, Myrtle Lake, and Black Duck Lake.