Clubhouse Lake Campground Professional Review and Guide
"Clubhouse Lake is the big attraction here, a 90-foot- deep lake with plenty of northern pike, bass, and panfish, as well as a good sandy swimming beach. Recreational boaters (with small boats or canoes) can access several other lakes from Clubhouse, and it’s also connected to the Rice River Canoe Route, a 19-mile canoe trail. The campsites are spaced reasonably far apart, but still within visual access, so privacy isn’t much of a factor. Pets are allowed.
This part of the state is one of the most scenic and beloved areas in Minnesota. It’s also steeped in history. Originally settled by the Ojibwe, the northeast area was soon discovered by Europeans who came looking for trade routes and posts. Fur trading was a booming business until the mid-1800s, when the traders and trappers moved farther west to the Mississippi headwaters area."