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Camping near Green?

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Anyone know of good camping spots near Green Lake?

Somewhere that I can get a 5th-wheel in...

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quite sure that there is at least one county park right on the lake that you could drop a camper at...check and see if kandiyohi county has a website, otherwise I'm sure one of the locals will post up info. shortly.

~SA

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if your going to fish Green Lake then I'd say County Park 5 on the north side of the lake. All of Kandiyohi's County Parks are awsome for camping. Green is my personal favorite, and I will be camping there myself this weekend.

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Do a search of Kandiyohi County Parks.There are phone #s listed there.You want park #5. Call now its at times full!

If its full try park #3 its on Diamond and 4-5 miles to Green

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The county parks also don't take reservations unless you are staying a week at a time. It's a first come first serve the last time I checked.

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go to a library and grab a 2006-07 MN camping lodging guide. Sibly state park is very nice too.

smirk.gif"no eating wakes please"!

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LBSPORTSMEN,A new RV park is just opening 5 blocks west of landing downtown Spicer.

It has 82 rv sites ,pool,wading pool,large recreational meeting hall ,arcade,Laundry,fish cleaning building,city water and sewer.Being they are new the owners tell me that some flexability is in the plans.

Will post phone number,have it at shop.

Its called Westrich

Willpost some of the Kandiyohi Cty Park phone numbers also.

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Thanks, for the good info. I am trying to make res. for the weekend of the Little Crow Tourney... #5 doesn't take res. but gave me a good tip on trying to get in on the first. I'd like the # to the new place, for I have the wife and 2 youngins, alone with my partner and his wife and youngin. It would be nice for them to have something to do while I'm out winning the tournament grin.gif Thanks again for the info... I hope to meet you at the L. C. Tourney!

And, I'll tame my ponies down you don't have to eat my wake... wink.gif

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LB,the place in Spicer is called West Rich RV Park.

The phone number is 320-796-0161

Everybody that calls them let them know you heard it here.

The area really needs this place.

Also if you win the LCA come on back and win the Minnesota State Walleye Championship July 14 at Green Lake.

Only $75.00 team to enter.

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Thank you... I have to work that weekend, trying to get it off! I love donating money to the winners of these tournaments! Gotta love makeing someones day a little brighter! wink.gif

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LB, I camped at West Rich this weekend, it is a nice place. It is new, and that was nice, a great place for kids. The ppl that run it are GREAT! I would highly recommend this to anyone that is camping in the area.

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Great, thank you... Now I don't have to worry about the wife and kids not having a good time this weekend. Hopefully the weather is nice as well...

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WESTRICH 320-796-0161 1/2 MILE WEST OF sPICER

KANDIYOHI COUNTY #5 on Green 320-796-5564

KANDIYOHI COUNTY #7 on games 320-354-4453,hey thats my old #

KANDIYOHI COUNTY #3 diamond 320-974-8520

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