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Best Southern MN camping spot?

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We are wanting to go camping w/ the kids next month in southern Minnesota, what is the best place to go? We are in Kansas and want to drive the shortest distance possible to the best place we can find.... only requirements are beautiful, quiet area with lots of wildlife near water! What is Myre Island like?
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Here’s Where You Can Go For Camping in Minnesota
Voyageurs National Park, more than 40% of the park is covered by river water. So it is also a great place to enjoy a variety of water recreation. Boating, fishing, and rafting are some of the classics, but there are also canoeing, motorboating, and yachting, among other attractive activities. Due to its unique geography, lucky travelers can also enjoy watching fish eagles catching fish and beavers nesting. The park is open year-round, and in winter, visitors can also experience snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing. In addition to visitors, Voyageurs National Park's excellent water resources are popular with kayakers!

Voyageurs National Park does not have marked campgrounds, but all the small campsites are divided according to geographical location, including Rainy Lake, Kabetogama Lake, Namakan Lake, Sand Point Lake, and Crane Lake.
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