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Bordering Canada and Lake Superior, Minnesota is heralded as "Land of 10,000 Lakes." Each area offers a wide array of sights to behold and adventures to have. Nature enthusiasts can fish the legendary waters, travel the numerous scenic byways or engage in many outdoor activities. City lovers will be impressed with the world-class theaters and first-rate museums, as well as an opportunity to shop, shop, shop. The “Twin Cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul, are universally known for their beauty and friendly charm, whereas Duluth is a combination of big city industry and tons of green space. Cruise your RV rental to Minnesota for an unforgettable trip. Read More +

Minnesota Attractions

Mall of America

Not far from Minneapolis, is a block buster of entertainment for the whole family. The country’s largest shopping stop, Mall of America, is situated in the city of Bloomington. It includes four levels of retail stores, and a slew of fine-eating locations. The main attraction of the shopping center is where kids can appreciate the Nickelodeon Universe, Sea Life Aquarium, Crayola Experience, Fly Over America, The LEGO Store and many more attractions. The Mall of America is an incredible place to take the whole family for a thrilling day or three in your private RV rental. Note that RV trailer rentals in Minnesota are permitted to stop in the Lindau Lot, situated beside IKEA.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is all about inspiring wonder through the power of art. Enriching the community through collecting, preserving and making outstanding works of art accessible from the world’s diverse cultures, Mia has more than 90,000 pieces of art from six continents which span across 5,000 years. After your eyes have feasted on the visual treats of the exhibition hall, make a point to enjoy the other wonderful highlights of Minneapolis, for example, the Sculpture Garden, Minnehaha Park, Mill City Museum, or the Guthrie Theater.

North Shore Scenic Drive

Kissing the sweeping shoreline of the world’s largest freshwater lake on one side and unspoiled wilderness on the other, Duluth is the starting point to a 142 mile journey along the North Shore Scenic Drive. When you drive your Minnesota RV rental down this byway, you’ll be treated to thousands of acres of aspen, birch, and pine trees, sandy beaches with breathtaking cliffs, Sawtooth Mountains and cascading waterfalls, as well as friendly communities which have cultural and historical attractions of their own. It could take you two and a half hours or three days, your choice!

Minnesota State Parks/Campgrounds

St. Paul East RV Park

Drive your RV rental in Minnesota to St. Paul and stay at the St. Paul East RV Park situated in the charming suburb of Woodbury. It has 70 accessible spaces, 35 of which are full hookup spots with porches, fire rings, tables, and space for slideouts for your camper rental in Minnesota. Services and services include wi-fi web access, heated pool, open air games, horseshoes, play area, nature trails, RV supplies, nearby RV administration, restrooms and showers, and laundry rooms. Stop season is from April 20 to Oct 1.

Dakotah Meadows RV Park

Situated around 35 minutes from Minneapolis, the Dakotah Meadows RV Park is a great spot to rest outside of the city. It has 95 accessible full hookup spots with flame rings, BBQ barbecues, and tables. Services and amenities include a heated pool, lake, water slide, whirlpool, driving range, game room, recreational hall, play area, structure, wi-fi web access, lunch room, restrooms and showers, laundry rooms, visitor administrations, RV stockpiling, and staffed RV wash for your RV trailer rental to Minnesota.

Celebrations and Events

St. Paul Winter Carnival

Started in 1886, the Saint Paul Winter Carnival is the nation's oldest winter celebration attracting over 250,000 visitors a year. It runs from late January to early February in the Twin Cities metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The celebration has loads of indoor and outside fun including ice and snow sculpting competitions, a coronation, golf on ice, ice skating, singing challenges, parades, and much more!

Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Minnesota Renaissance Festival Close to celebrating its 50th season, the Minnesota Renaissance Festival is one of oldest and largest Renaissance Festivals in the nation. In the city of Shakopee, patrons can visit each weekend from mid-August to the end of September. Medieval fun is reproduced in a 16th Century European village with around 800 one of a kind activities including 250 artisans hawking handcrafted wares, jousting, and 16 stages for various comedic, theatrical, and musical shows. Huzzah! You can also feast like a King at various food and drink stalls. Get on the road to Minnesota soon for awe inspiring natural beauty, culture and hospitality. Book a trailer rental to Minnesota at RVnGO for an exciting get-away with the whole family!

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