How to Make Reservations at Jeanette Lake Campground, Minnesota

How to Make Reservations at Jeanette Lake Campground, Minnesota
The Jeanette Lake Campground in Minnesota has five campsites, three of which allow you to back an RV in and two of which are tent only. The campground is typically open May 1 through Oct. 15, although these dates may vary according to the weather. Campground amenities include a boat launch, vault toilets, fire rings and available drinking water.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderately Easy

Step 1
Visit either of the Reserve America or Recreation.gov websites in the Resources section and click "Book Now" to see a list of available campsites.
Step 2
Select a campsite from the list to input your desired reservation dates, or click the "Date Range Availability" tab to see a list of which campsites are available for which dates. Available dates will be marked with a letter "A."
Step 3
Click "Book These Dates" once you've selected a campsite and available dates. Follow the prompts to create a sign-in account, if you don't have one already.
Step 4
Provide credit card information to confirm and permanently hold your reservation. As of 2009, this campground costs $10 per site per night. You may also have to pay a one-time $9 facilities/reservation fee at the time of booking.

Tips & Warnings

 
Make your camping plans at least four days, and as much as six months, in advance. If you're going camping in less than four days, you can't make a reservation; you'll just have to take your chances and hope to catch an open spot. If you don't complete and pay for your reservation within 15 minutes, it will become available for others to reserve. You may be charged a $10 service fee for canceling reservations.
 
Make your camping plans at least four days, and as much as six months, in advance. If you're going camping in less than four days, you can't make a reservation; you'll just have to take your chances and hope to catch an open spot.
 
If you don't complete and pay for your reservation within 15 minutes, it will become available for others to reserve.
 
You may be charged a $10 service fee for canceling reservations.

Article Written By Marie Mulrooney

Marie Mulrooney has written professionally since 2001. Her diverse background includes numerous outdoor pursuits, personal training and linguistics. She studied mathematics and contributes regularly to various online publications. Mulrooney's print publication credits include national magazines, poetry awards and long-lived columns about local outdoor adventures.

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