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Maiden Rock West is Camping at it's Best!
We offer camping by the month, week, weekend and nightly. We also have 12 Summer Season Sites available. Tired of hauling your camper everywhere where you go, then be one of the lucky families that spends your summers with us from May October. We try to be flexible with individual needs so please just ask!
(Please call October- April 507 - 332-7739 *** May- September 507 - 685-2240 or 507-685-2280 )

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Maiden Rock West is over 40 acres of beautiful tree lined meadows nestled along the Cannon River. A naturally secluded campground and recreation area, that's spacious for private gathering of groups and individuals. Our unique over sized camp sites assure you a peaceful relaxing camping experience that most other camps can't provide. We are a camp surrounded by trees with lots of wildlife, birds, flower gardens, a peaceful river. You will be touched by our tranquil beauty and never feel like you are in a tourist trap.
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Don't Miss the
Big Wu Family Reunion XIV 2014


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Camping sites include:
  • Spacious primitive sites
  • Large electric sites with water and sewer hookups. (20 & 30 Amp) Fire rings, Picnic tables
  • 12 seasonal sites, even leave your camper through the winterif you like.
  • Special rates available

Recreational activities include:
  • New disc golf, Large heated swimming pool with showers, Children's playground, Volleyball, basketball, and horseshoes, Mini-golf, Canoeing and fishing
  • Biking and hiking trails
  • Our Sakata Bike Trail is now newly paved and widend just for our campers biking pleasure.. The beautiful old railroad bridge also got a face lift and it is gorgeous with plenty of space to toss your fish line, with great benches to put your feet up and wait for fish to bite or to sit a spell and give your bike a break when you've been riding.

Amenities include:
  • Convenient online reservation plannerLarge modern restroom and shower facilitiesLarge enclosed pavilion with kitchen and dining areaOutdoor BBQ Outdoor performance stage for any event
  • Flower gardens

Local Attractions:
  • Werners Guide Service - Local charter fishing servicesConvenient to many small town summer eventsLocated adjacent to the Sakatah - Singing Hills State Trail - Paved
  • Within 60 minutes of the Twin Cities and it's many attractions