You’re invited to stay at Minnesota’s lodgings
and campgrounds. The following pages are a
comprehensive listing of places to stay in Minnesota,
organized by region and city. For more accommodations
info, go to: www.exploreminnesota.com
Across the state, you’ll find the national
brand names you’re familiar with. You’ll
also find some unique accommodations,
including historic inns that have served
Minnesota visitors for up to 150 years.
Several hotels have indoor water parks.
Minnesota is home to more than 800
resorts. Some are large complexes, with
luxury suites, on-site golf, gourmet
restaurants or spas. Others are historic
lodges. Most are family operated, lakeside
resorts with several cabins or cottages.
There’s a wide selection of bed and
breakfast inns in Minnesota. Most are
in beautiful old homes, many from the
late 1800s. Others are in contemporary
inns designed as B&Bs. And there are
even B&Bs in old train cars, a jailhouse
and a lighthouse.
Campgrounds and RV Parks
There are about 500 privately operated
campgrounds open to the public, and most
of these are located at resorts that also
offer indoor lodging and may have other
amenities, such as swimming pools or
restaurants. There are also many campgrounds
operated by cities and counties. Almost all
of these accommodate RVs. These campgrounds
are listed on the following pages.
There are campgrounds in dozens of state
parks, which are included in this accommodations listing. Most can accommodate
RVs, and also have secluded, shady sites
for tent campers.
For more info: 888-646-6367
For reservations: 866-857-2757
This forest in northeast Minnesota
has about 30 campgrounds that can
accommodate both RVs and tents, plus
remote and rustic campsites and those
campsites in the Boundary Waters Canoe
Area Wilderness for boat-in, paddle-in or
walk-in tent camping. (The listings in this
guide do not include the Superior National
For more info: 218-626-4300
This forest in north central Minnesota has
more than 20 campgrounds, and RVs can be
usually be accommodated at most of these.
There are also backpack campsites in the
forest. (The listings in this guide do not include
the Chippewa National Forest campgrounds.)
For more info: 218-335-8600
Note: The information in the following listings was provided to Explore Minnesota Tourism by the individual
businesses; this information may have changed and should be confirmed with the properties you are considering for
your visit. The listings are provided as a service to travelers, and to Minnesota lodging and camping businesses.