Crow Wing State Park
Open: Open May through September
Number of Sites: 61
This is a nature lover's delight. Explore prairie, pine, and hardwood forests. View the Mississippi River from historic and picturesque "Chippewa Lookout." Novice canoeists can paddle the calm waters of the Crow Wing and Mississippi Rivers. Crow Wing is a park rich in cultural history. In this area, a frontier town emerged to serve the needs of travelers and traders. The town died when the railroad chose to cross the river at Brainerd. Walk through the site of the Old Crow Wing Village for a sense of history. The park still has a section of the famous Woods Trail, which served ox cart traffic that carried supplies between St. Paul and the Red River settlements.
Wooded sites offer nice shade. Must be able to back into sites.
V Length Limit
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Handicapped Accessible Sites
1 Site - Accommodates up to 75 people
Site is located along the Mississippi River. Tents only - drive-in or canoe-in access is available. Tent trailers and RVs can be accommodated in the park lot adjacent to group campsite. Enclosed/screened picnic shelter, hand pump for water, and vault toilet are available. No showers.
Camping will be available when the campground and group camp roads are passable after the spring thaw. Call park to see when campground is open.
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