People can connect more easily unplug when they are removed from the bustle of the city. You might have been considering how to make the most of the pleasant weather as summer approaches quickly. Fortunately, HeadQuarters RV Park in Northern Minnesota’s stunning Crane Lake region is everything you need to find.
This is the perfect place to disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature. We provide the conveniences you need to make your stay as pleasant as possible while still allowing you to take in the breathtaking beauty that only a natural environment can offer. You will always have a lot of water pressure thanks to our water system. Additionally, you can use our 20, 30, or 50 amp electrical service to enjoy your RV’s amenities.
This is the perfect location if you’re seeking for a beautiful setting with access to hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. There are many clear, stunning lakes and woodlands all around us. Echo, Crane, Black Duck, and Myrtle Lake are a few of the top lakes. There are several miles of trails to explore near our site, which borders both Superior National Forest and Voyagers National Park.
While you will be surrounded by lovely woodlands, a large range of activities and attractions are still only a short distance away. Although it’s nice to completely disconnect and get away to the woods, if you prefer a little nightlife or dining, you won’t be let down by the nearby eateries, historic structures, specialty shops, or even a 9-hole golf course.
Regarding your length of stay, we provide a huge range of possibilities. You can reserve a spot for a single day or the entire season. All of the fantastic amenities you would want are included in our very reasonable pricing. However, due to strong demand and the stunning setting, seats can fill up extremely quickly, so be sure to get in touch with us as soon as you can to book your reservation.
Call us right away to make a reservation or with any queries you may have. We can be reached at (218) 570-1376. Just make sure to reserve your accommodations as soon as you can if you want to spend your summer in Minnesota’s northern forests.