Forestville-Mystery Cave State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 73
Number of Sites with Electric: 23
Visit Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park to see natural wonders above and below ground. In the summer, beat the heat with a visit below ground. Explore the world of Mystery Cave with its stalactites, stalagmites, and underground pools. Park naturalists provide tours of the cave throughout the summer and on weekends in the spring and fall. The temperature stays at a constant 48 degrees Fahrenheit. Above ground, stop by Historic Forestville, a restored 1800s village operated by the Minnesota Historical Society (MHS).
Fish three blue-ribbon trout streams for brown trout. Take in the soft pastels of wildflowers in spring or listen to ruffed grouse drumming and wild turkeys gobbling. Hike or bring your horse to ride the ridge tops and stream valleys. Observe interesting geologic features along the way including sinkholes and dramatic Big Spring. In the fall, don't miss the bold colors of the forest. Winter invites visitors to ski or snowmobile the Bluff Country.
3 campground loops. In winter, 4-12 non-electric sites are kept available in Loop A of the main campground for camping.
RV Length Limit
Length is measured from the front of the tow vehicle to the rear of the vehicle being towed.
60 Sites (24 sites are electric)
See Park Notes section for updated information about the horse riding area. Maximum capacity for the horse camp is 360. For reservations, contact the state park reservation service by phone or online. Available May 25 through Oct. 31. Exceptional horse trails in park.
2 Sites - Each accommodates up to 50 people
Sites are located in wooded area near the Root River. Sites share a shelter with lights and electric outlets. Each has terraced campsites, water spigots, vault toilets, and fire ring. Limited drive-in camping is available for small campers and trailers, depending on weather. Parking is adjacent to sites.
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