If you travel in a trailer, motorhome, or some other kind of camper, you will likely be familiar with RV parks as the perfect place to camp. Whether you’re stopping for a night or spending a whole season there, RV parks provide some rest and relaxation. Though RV parks are privately owned, some will even allow you to park and live out of for the whole year.
Who Are RV Parks For?
There are lots of stereotypes about the kind of people who stay at RV parks, but the truth is that a huge range of people camp at these sites. These parks offer many comforts and can appeal to anyone who owns a camper vehicle.
Some of the kinds of people who spend time at RV parks include:
*Vacationers: Some groups or individuals primarily use their campers for vacationing and may prefer an RV park to regular camping. For these people, RV parks provide a great rest stop during a long road trip.
*Families: Many RV parks have playgrounds, swimming pools, game rooms, and other luxuries that are a strong draw for families. Other RV parks will have special events and big celebrations for holidays. These can be a huge draw for parents looking to keep the children entertained.
*Retirees: After being chained down to one location for years for a career, some retired people embrace their newfound freedom by traveling in a camper and staying at RV parks. Some RV campgrounds are specifically targeted toward campers age 55 and up with the intention of creating a quieter, calmer feeling park for older visitors.
*Traveling Workers: Some jobs require constant travel. In these cases, a worker might choose to purchase, drive, and camp in a camper vehicle to help feel like they’re at home even when they’re on the road. RV parks ensure they have constant access to WiFi internet and electricity, which they often need to work.
In addition to recreational camping vehicles, some RV parks have space for tent campers. However, the majority of space in most commercial RV campgrounds is dedicated to vehicles.
How Much Does A Stay At HQ RV Park Cost?
As RV parks can appeal to a wide range of people and feature a variety of amenities, the cost can vary wildly as well. Here are the different kinds of rates that you’ll most regularly run into:
*Monthly Rate: This will cover a stay of 30 days or longer at an RV park. While the cost is highest, it’s technically usually the least expensive in terms of the amount paid per day of your stay. You should consider going with a monthly rate if you’d like to stick around one RV park for an extended stay. You can see monthly rates for yourself on our website: https://www.hqrvpark.com/daily-weekly-monthly-rental-campground-in-crane-lake-mn/
*Weekly Rate: If you’re staying at an RV park for seven nights or more but not up to 30 days, you’ll likely pay a weekly rate. If you break it down by cost per day, a weekly rate is usually more expensive than monthly but less than daily. It’s worth looking into and considering a weekly rate if you’ll be in one spot for multiple nights, even if you may not be there the whole week. Visit our website for more info on weekly rates: https://www.hqrvpark.com/daily-weekly-monthly-rental-campground-in-crane-lake-mn/
*Daily Rate: For a daily rate, you’ll pay a set fee for each night of your stay. While this provides flexibility, it also works out to the highest amount paid per day, so it’s best used for when you’re just stopping at an RV park for one to six nights. For the latest updated rates, visit our website: https://www.hqrvpark.com/daily-weekly-monthly-rental-campground-in-crane-lake-mn/
*Seasonal Rental: If you’re looking for an RV park to stay long term, our seasonal rate covers from May 1 through October 31. To find out how much a seasonal rental will cost you, head over to our website: https://www.hqrvpark.com/crane-lake-mn-rv-park-seasonal-rental/
What Amenities Are There at HQ RV Park?
We built Headquarters (HQ) RV Park’s campsite at the location of what was once the Headquarters Resort. As with the HQ Resort, we’ve made it our mission to help travelers enjoy all that the Minnesota north woods has to offer.
Our campgrounds feature a ton of activities to keep everyone busy and happy. You can find beautiful vistas, lovely walking and biking paths, and more.
HQ RV park has 13 full-service sites, all of which share the following features:
*Natural rock surfacing to help avoid dirtying your RV
*20, 30, or 50 amp electricity service
*Separated and elevated individual campsites
*Rock fire pits
*Full water pressure available no matter the time
What Additional Services Do You Provide?
Beyond our regular amenities, we offer a variety of optional extra services to help make your stay perfect. Here are some of our additional services that you can consider partaking in:
*Camper interior cleaning
*Camper exterior detailing
*Winter storage for RVs