Anderson’s Crossing Campground

Sebeka, Minnesota

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This campground on the Crow Wing River Canoe Route is at the beginning of the Butterfield Rapids, which is perhaps an exaggeration. The river has some areas of eddying but no heavy- duty rapids, which makes it a good choice for beginning canoers and kayakers. There are also numerous trails for hiking nearby. The campsites are heavily wooded and private. Pets are allowed. Minnesota may be best known for its northeast corner along Lake Superior, and certainly that’s a strikingly beautiful place, but the northwest part of the state, while very different in terrain and feel, has great beauty as well. Even better, it has excellent outdoor recreational opportunities.
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by Amy Rea (Falcon Guides)

This campground on the Crow Wing River Canoe Route is at the beginning of the Butterfield Rapids, which is perhaps an exaggeration. The river has some areas of eddying but no heavy- duty rapids, which makes it a good choice for beginning canoers and kayakers. There are also numerous trails for hiking nearby. The campsites are heavily wooded and private. Pets are allowed.

Minnesota may be best known for its northeast corner along Lake Superior, and certainly that’s a strikingly beautiful place, but the northwest part of the state, while very different in terrain and feel, has great beauty as well. Even better, it has excellent outdoor recreational opportunities.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Sebeka
Campsites: 9
Season: May-Oct
Additional Use: Boat Launch, Boating, Hiking, Camping
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: (218) 634-1850; www.co.wadena.mn.us
Fees per Night: $10-$19
Facilities: Hiking trail, boat access, non- flush toilets, drinking water.
Driving Directions: Directions to Anderson’s Crossing Campground

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