Northern Wilds Magazine

Best Minnesota Camper Cabins

Roughing It in Comfort
By Tom Watson
Adventure Publications, $14.95

Cabin camping is more comfortable than tent camping, and Minnesota is the perfect place to do it. Outdoors writer Tom Watson shares what he’s learned while staying in almost 100 camper cabins throughout the state, most of which are open to the public and located in places like Jay Cooke State Park. This handy guide provides details and photos on 98 camper cabins, including cabin ratings, amenities, fees, park highlights, firsthand advice about each site and recommendations when visiting the area. There’s also a special section dedicated to yurts.Breana Roy


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