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Location: Appx 15 mi N of Willmar on US 71

Lodging: drive-in campgrounds, horse camp, group camps, group center, camper cabins

Activities: hiking, swimming, boating, horseback riding, baseball

Lake/River: Lake Andrew

Special Attractions: n/a

Sibley DNR

Camped here in 2008. This place is very family oriented and quite busy during the summer. The Lakeview campground totally lacked privacy. The Oak Ridge was better, though unfortunately I picked the worse spot (82). There was no level area to put the tent on! #83 across from me looked wonderful. This park has some nice hiking trails with varying degrees of shade and difficulty. I enjoyed wading in Lake Andrew since it was quite hot during my visit.

Walking in Lake Andrew

Twelve Spotted Skimmer dragonfly

Picnic area

The Motel 6

Mt. Tom overlook

On the Pondview Trail