Small RV Travel Fun In Minnesota

What could be more fun than traveling through Minnesota in a small RV? The state of Minnesota offers something for everyone. If you are a fishing or hunting enthusiast, a nature lover, a shopoholic, or a refined and artistic sort of person that likes cultural events, Minnesota is the place for you to be. So pack up your small RV with lots of goodies and lets begin our adventure.

Our first stop is going to be in Southern Minnesota. While visiting the southern region, the must do place of interest is located in Fairbault. At Camp Fairbo, there are daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates available. The great thing about this location is that it is far enough away from the big city buzz, but close enough to be comfortable. Within an hours drive or less, you can find yourself at the Mall of America, the Valleyfair Amusement Park, the Minnesota Zoo, or the Mystic Lake Casino. Certainly there is something here for everyone on your trip to enjoy.

Our next stop on this outing will be in the Northeast Region. Here you will find the Twin Cities of Saint Paul and Minneappolis, Minnesota. This is where you will find your urban excitements. Everything from shopping to concerts to art and science museums. For lodging with you small RV you will want to go further out to somewhere such as Taylor Falls. Here you can lodge at the Wildwood RV park and campground. This site also offers a variety of ways to stay. Again there us a lot for you to do in your small RV. Have kids along with you? Why not take them to the Fawn-Doe-Rosa and give them a first hand look at nature in a controlled environment? Or perhaps you want to get away from it all and spend the day on the greens. The St. Croix Valley Golf Course would be just the thing for you.

Finally we are going to take the small RV to end our journey at the Pelican Hills RV Park in pelican Rapids, Minnesota. This park is located in the best part of lake country. Pelican Lake has a convenient access across the road. This lake is one of Minnesota's 12000 lakes. It is 3900 acres of outdoor adventure. Enough to satisfy anyone. Want to drop your line in the water? You may catch walleye, muskie, bass, panfish, or a northern. Who knows what your bait my lure in. Or perhaps you would like to just stroll lazily along the lake in a canoe or other watercraft. Again, there is something to do for everyone. So lets get your small RV packed up and hit the roads!