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Best Minnesota Camper Cabins: Roughing It in Comfort

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Summary

Minnesota is known for its beautiful wilderness: pristine lakes, deep forests, flowing rivers. There's no better way to experience the Land of 10,000 Lakes than by camping. For those who might not enjoy the hassles and discomfort of tent camping--and for those who do--outdoors writer Tom Watson presents a wonderful alternative: cabin camping! This is your guide to overnight stays that allow you to get out and enjoy nature without leaving your comfort zone.

Book Features:

Spotlight on 100 camper cabins, most of which have electricity and running water
Cabins in popular locales, as well as more secluded areas
"Tom's Tips": advice about each site and recommendations when visiting the area
Cabin ratings, features, amenities, fees, park highlights and more
Neat-to-know natural history aspects about each park
Opportunities for staying in yurts and teepees at state parks

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