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Camping around Oak Grove

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Does anyone know of any campgrounds around the Oak Grove area?

Thanks.

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Camping this time of year? Could be difficult finding a campground that is open. Anoka County Parks operates the Bunker Hills Campground (andover) & Rice Creek Chain of Lakes (lino lakes), but I think they are closed for the year...763-757-3920

Ham Lake Campground is nearby...763-434-5337

Country camping is bit further away (Isanti? its on the Rum River)...763-444-9626

Good luck,

Failin'

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Thanks. No not still for this year. Looking ahead for next summer. Thinking about doing a triathlon up in the area and seeing if I can work in camping with it instead of a hotel stay.

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Contactt he various county park boards. They usually have maps and things detailing camping areas. You can also talk to the state DNR and see what state parks or wildlike managment areas might have camping in the area you are interested in. They used to have a Camping kit they would send you for free listing the various camp sites around the state. I am not sure but I think they still have this kit. Anyway, good luck!

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