These sites are nice and individually secluded. Most spots are quit flat. The store is nice and the staff inside are very helpful. We did have trouble with noisy neighbors until 2:30 am on Friday night, but the park can only do so much while dealing with disrespectful people. The mosquitos were terrible last weekend, but again that's not the parks fault. I would definitely camp here again.
October 7, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
GPS: 44.21789, -93.53237
Three miles of the Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail passes through the park boundaries. This former rail bed is paved from Faribault to Mankato.