Guide to 98 camper cabins that allow you to enjoy nature without leaving your comfort zone.
Enjoy nature in comfort! Cabin camping is more comfortable than tent camping, and Minnesota is the perfect place to do it. Outdoors writer Tom Watson shares what he’s learned while staying in 98 camper cabins throughout the state. Get firsthand advice about each site, including cabin ratings, features, amenities, park highlights, and more. Most camper cabins are open to the public and situated in wild places like Jay Cooke and Forestville/Mystery Cave state parks. Plus, there’s a special section on yurts, a unique camping option. With this great guide, you’ll be out in nature but with a solid roof overhead—and maybe even a porch to view your own slice of paradise. It’s easy to hike, paddle, camp, and enjoy Minnesota’s pristine lakes, deep forests, and wild rivers right outside your camper cabin’s front door.
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April 11, 2017