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Location: Little Falls, MN. Appx 35 mi NW of St Cloud on US 10

Lodging: drive-in campground, walk-in sites, group camp

Activities: hiking, playground, boating

Lake/River: Mississippi River

Special Attractions: Charles A. Lindbergh historic site

Charles A. Lindbergh DNR

Camped here in 2011.  The park was nice but avoid this place in the summer if you have a low tolerance for mosquitos.  Wow.  They were BAD- and that's coming from a native with a high tolerance for our "state bird".  Anyway...the non-electric loop of the campground is great here.  The sites are very private.  The trails I walked on were nice with wildflowers and varying degrees of shade.  I didn't go to the Lindbergh house.

There were some pretty areas here, but my photos are quite awful.     

Mosquito photobombs my pic!!

Pike Creek crossing

Pike Creek

"Jenny" landing site