There are loads of fantastic places to visit and stay in Minnesota, and we have some resources for you that you should check out. Find information state park reservations and camping information for our state forests.
Camping reservations may be made up to one year in advance of your first night's stay. Whether it is the night before, or the year before, we will have a spot waiting for you. Now you can search by date to find the perfect time for your overnight stay.
Travel information on Minnesota, including lodging, attractions, events, free brochures and more. The Explore Minnesota website is the best resource to find Minnesota resorts, campgrounds and events, as well as a host of other fun things to see and do around Minnesota.
You've got some great options for camping in our state forests — individual campsites, group campsites, horse campsites, and dispersed camping where you may camp outside designated campsites on state forest land. Find more information at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources camping information page.
Information about Minnesota's 58 state forests and links to information about outdoor recreation and state forests. The state forests were established to produce timber, provide outdoor recreation, protect watersheds, ...
Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources provides resources on outdoor recreation, including information on lakes, streams and rivers; canoe routes; state trails, forests, and parks; and hunting and fishing regulations.
The Food, Pools, and Lodging Services Section at MDH handles the licensing and regulation of food, beverage, and lodging type of establishments. This section was formerly known as the Environmental Health Section.