Have you made a decision on where to take your next family vacation? If not, you may want to consider an exciting and adventurous family vacation at Headquarters RV Park in Minnesota. Some of the key reasons why you should make this your next family vacation destination is because of the overall experience, affordability, versatility, flexibility, and fun for the entire family.
Headquarters RV Park is the place to go for unforgettable family summer memories. The park is located in northern Minnesota close to the Voyageurs National Park. The RV park is a great home base location for all of your exciting family adventures. After all, don’t you think you owe it to all the members of your family to escape the stress of city living and relax while you enjoy a bit of Mother Nature’s beauty?
Some of the exciting things that you can do during your time in this amazing area include enjoying local natural wilderness areas, hiking through the forest, catching fish at Crane Lake, or enjoying some of the many events that occur during the year. For example, there are fireworks, celebrations, and a parade on Independence Day. There is also the Trading Post Poker Run, the Blueberry Art Festival, the Nelsons resort Art Show, and Voyageur Days.
There is a variety of live music at Crane Lake. If you want to enjoy an educational treat about old mining life, you can visit the Underground Mine State Park at Soudan. A trip to this underground mine and physics lab will provide you with a glimpse into the past on how underground miners lived. There is a thrilling underground mine ride that the entire family will enjoy. There is also plenty of excitement and action at the high-energy physics lab. Here, scientists from around the globe are working together in the exciting field of particle physics.
You can also spend a leisurely afternoon exploring the Mickey Elverum Bog Walk. It is a handicap accessible boardwalk that offers 4 types of Minnesota floats and bogs. It is situated near the Pelican River. This boardwalk adventure will allow you to explore the area without getting your feet wet. There are many interpretive signs along the boardwalk that provide educational information on the different types of unusual plants that exist in the acidic waters of a bog.
The Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary, another great attraction, is a great place to see black bears in their natural habitat without fences or cages. You do so in a safe and secure setting at an open viewing deck. There are always trained representatives at the sanctuary that will provide you with information about the behaviors of black bears. This wildlife sanctuary is open from Memorial Day until Labor Day.
Call us today to reserve your spot – 218-750-1376