Set up camp.
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Immerse yourself in Minnesota’s natural habitat at one of the many parks and wilderness reserves in the Twin Cities. Whether you are roughing it in a tent or getting back to nature from the comfort of a log cabin, we have the perfect campsite for you.
Located in Coon Rapids, a northern suburb of Minneapolis, the Bunker Hills Campground offers 72 sites that range from rustic to contemporary and a group campsite that can accommodate up to 30 people.
There are two campsites located within this park. Red Pine and Basswood Campgrounds are quiet plots to pitch a tent and enjoy the serenity of nature.
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