This campground in Fargo, North Dakota, is overseen by the city and is an alcohol-free zone that is open seasolly from May 1 to Oct. 15. It offers a few basic amenities like electricity and water. Lindenwood Campground’s location ebles guests to quickly traverse the downtown landscape.
The campground has all paved sites, and some are shaded to keep the summer sun off your back when you’re not exploring the city. This place is great for those trying to catch a college football game or visiting loved ones at the university. There are some lovely walking trails along the Red River, which is right near the park.
“This has always been one of Fargo’s best-kept and best set-up parks historically. In addition to the usually immaculate grounds, one can find a little something for everyone from ball diamonds to a fairly nice drive to good walking paths to very cool playground equipment for the kids, which is strong enough to hold adults as well. There is also quite a lot of that and a decent amount of shade, which makes for a pleasant place to spend some time. It is fairly popular, and parking can be a challenge, but with so many areas, it generally isn’t too bad to find something suitable. One of the better features about Fargo, in general.” – D. W., Yelp Review
This is a no-reservations campground located conveniently off I-94 and open year-round. The fair has all sorts of rides, games, activities, and live events that go on throughout the season. Catch big-me acts or get an educatiol experience in the agricultural center of this Fargo campground.
There will be no shortage of things to experience at the fairgrounds, and you can enjoy different specials that the staff puts on throughout the season. The campground offers basic amenities while the fairground is meant to provide all the entertainment.
“Good campground. Not a destition, but prices are fair with full hookup (50 amp), new power pedestals, long pull-through, and level. Restrooms are clean. No fancy pools, but clean and functiol.” – Rob, RV Park Review
Located off I-94 in the city of Casselton, this campground and RV park is only a stone’s throw away from Fargo. This is a great place to stay for those passing through or looking to get out of the city for the weekend for some peace and quiet. This RV park near Fargo features a pool and hot tub for the ultimate in relaxation.
There are a lot of nice amenities that really enhance the experience at this campground. In addition to the pool and hot tub, there is also a water slide to help cool you off on hot summer days. A game room and exercise room are available for campers who are interested, and you’ll have access to a cocktail lounge and restaurant. There is RV storage available if you plan on being gone for a while.
“We had a great pull-through site. The sites were level and easy in/out. Close to the interstate, but we were not terribly bothered by noise. Mostly bothered by mosquitoes! We would stay here again.” – Foxes, RV Park Review
This campground is located on Ashtabula Lake, which was built by the Army Corp of Engineers. It’s near one of the most beautiful river valleys in the region, giving campers a lot to take in as they hike through the area. This campground is really out in nature and more rustic than Fargo campsites closer to the city.
There is swimming, boating, and some great fishing to be had in the lake. The campsites are a bit small for big rigs, but smaller campers should fit just fine. There are no full hookup sites, but there is electricity and water. The park is near restaurants and stores.
“Some sites are paved, and some are gravel. The roads are narrow and tight for big rigs. Trees hang over the roads in some places, so I would recommend walking to sites first and decide before driving a big rig in.” – fulltimer, RV Park Review
This campground is located on Lake Ashtabula in Valley City, which is about 60 miles from Fargo, and it offers some of the best RV camping in Fargo, North Dakota. The campsites are large and secluded from other campers by large thickets of the forest. There is lake access, allowing campers to go swimming, boating, or fishing.
The campsites are electric only without full hookups, so this is more of a short-term vacation spot than a long-stay destination. There are plenty of trails to hike on when you’re not enjoying the beautiful waters of Lake Ashtabula, and there are restaurants and shops in nearby Valley City.
“This is everything a campground should be. Very large sites, very well separated, and very private. Large shade trees. Bathrooms and showers are heated, clean, and the best we have seen anywhere.” – Meanderingman, RV Park Review
This campground is located on Lake Ashtabula. There are 70 acres of campground, which means lots of space for big rigs without stepping on your neighbor’s toes. Nearby Valley City has plenty of restaurants and shops to explore while you visit.
The campsites are shaded and secluded from other campers by thick foliage and wooded cover. The water is beautiful and makes for great swimming, fishing, or boating. Lots of trails mean hours of fun exploring the area.
“A North Dakota best-kept secret: big rig, pull-through sites, level, electricity, (about 10 sites). Mostly sunny with view. Large sites with table and fire ring, near lake. COE (Corp of Engineers) site, so Golden Age and (Am the Beautiful) pass is 1/2 price ($8).” – evadu, RV Park Review
Located just off I-29 between Grand Forks and Fargo in the quiet little town of Hillsboro, this campground is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The sites are large enough to easily accommodate big rigs. Since full utilities are offered, this campground is ideal for extended stays.
There are some great restaurants and shops in Hillsboro that you can check out. The campground has some playground areas for kids, and each site is equipped with a picnic table and firepit.
“I am from town, and my wife and I have a passion for travel in our RV. The owners have been very accommodating for local people to just dump and also to rent a space for the day to clean, sanitize, and winterize our RV. I happened to walk into the bathroom to use the facilities, and they were very nice and clean (was winterizing and didn’t want to put waste in the tank after cleaning and winterizing). I am thankful there is a nice campground in town that is helpful for locals to utilize in an unusual way! Thank you so much for the pleasant afternoon before the long winter! You were our last stop of the season (2016)! ” – Cody, Google Review
This little park is located in the City of Lisbon southwest of Fargo. It is near the highway, so you can quickly travel to see the attractions North Dakota has to offer. This is a great park to stay at for work or a short vacation.
There are gravel sites that are level with water and electric hookups. The quiet surroundings will give you some peace and quiet, so you can relax during your stay.
“Just a little city park campground, but no fuss. Clean, level, and quiet. Basic water, sewer, and electric only, and the gravel needs redone– a bit muddy. But quiet and nice surroundings, and charming little town in spots.” – MaWard, RV Park Review
This is a nice little campground with a small motel attached. It is located in the quiet little town of Tower and offers a peaceful camping experience. Tower Motel & Camping is great for those passing through or for a short stay.
This is a well-kept and clean campground with maintained utility hookups and nice level pads on the sites. Campers will enjoy quick highway access to Fargo and Jamestown.
“Stayed at the RV campsite for the night. Was nice. 30-amp service, water hookup, and has a dump station. The owner was friendly, and only $20 per night. Would stay again.” – Everette, Google Review
This little park is about 70 miles away from Fargo and is situated in a secluded area. As a result, campers will find plenty of peace and quiet. Little Yellowstone is a 27-acre park and recreational area offering a variety of activities for campers to enjoy.
There is swimming for campers to enjoy as well as a playground and other outdoor games. There are areas to hike with all kinds of beautiful wildlife and foliage.
“Very fun place. I love the creek, except the fact that it is a little hard to get down to it. Adding some stairs would make it way easier to get down to it.” – Angel, Google Review
With all these RV parks and campgrounds in the area, it’s best to research them in detail to figure out which ones will work for your trip. Some people want a lot of amenities while others prefer more primitive camping. Some campers want outdoor adventure and fun things to do while others want to go to the city for sightseeing. Once you’ve taken a few trips in a rental vehicle, you may feel ready to visit some of the top RV dealers in North Dakota so that you can buy one of your own.
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