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    We stayed at Lebanon Hills Campground this weekend only 30 miles from our home. Easy to get at. We had noticed a number RV from out of State. Was a couple from Texas that was full time next to us and other side was couple from Missouri.
    The campground offers an excellent base for participating in the many activities available to the tourist in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Lebanon Hill is just a short distance from the Minnesota Zoo, Mall of America, Science Museum, Walker Art Center, Old Log Theater, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and the Chanhassen Dinner Theater, Fort Snelling State Park,. Valleyfair Amusement Park & Whitewater Park,
    Minnesota Renaissance Festival

    Full hook-up—water/electric/sewer (site/night): $28 + tax
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    2013 Lifestyle LS35SB, MORryde IS System, disc brakes
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    Lebanon Hills County Park

    Our 2nd time staying at Lebanon Hills County Park, Apple Valley MN. We stayed the maximum days allowed, 14 days, but would have liked to stay longer. This time our granddaughter, Cate, spent 3 days with us and a trip to the Minnesota Zoo was a must.
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    2015 RAM LongHorn 3500 Dually 4X4 CUMMINS/AISIN Rear Air 4:10's
    2013 Lifestyle LS35SB, MORryde IS System, disc brakes
    AIRSAFE?„? Air Hitch
    Blog: bolltimers.com

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    • #3
      very nice .... the Fall Raleigh RV Show is coming up in a couple of weeks, it won't be the same without you ...

      Jim
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      • #4
        Lebanon Hills Campground looks a little short on the trees.

        At least one on the site would be nice. Just sayin.......
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          How often do you get home for a grand fix!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by JEBar View Post
            very nice .... the Fall Raleigh RV Show is coming up in a couple of weeks, it won't be the same without you ...
            Jim
            Thanks Jim, We hope to revisit someday

            Originally posted by Gibby3275 View Post
            Lebanon Hills Campground looks a little short on the trees.

            At least one on the site would be nice. Just sayin.......
            I should have taken a picture in how the trees and brush have grown in last 5 years. Plus this area was great for southern sky.

            Originally posted by norty View Post
            How often do you get home for a grand fix!
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            • #7
              We have been here at the Lebanon Hills Campground for almost two weeks now. The loop we're on is FHU, 50 amp service. There are other loops with just electric or electric/water. This is a beautiful county park, and it's busy! We thought it would be busy just on the weekends because our loop was almost empty the day we pulled in. However, it wasn't long, and it filled up, and has been full or almost full since we got here. Almost every site on this loop is suitable for larger rigs. But site #32 is on a curve, with a sign and two site markers in the way. So probably not the best choice. We had to ask the guy across from us to move his truck for a little bit so we could get into our site. There are very nice bath houses that also serve as their storm shelters. They look new, but I didn't ask the ranger when they were built.

              We've been to the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and really enjoyed that (ASK for the audio headset; they don't tell you about it when you check in). We saw a documentary on the railroad magnet from here (James Hill), so we visited the James Hill House - a worthwhile visit. The History Center - not so much, unless you have kids. Except for the WWII (temporary exhibit), the museum is a hands-on place or kids. Go figure. We're headed to a tour of the Capitol today, and to the Mill House Museum and Ruins before we leave. Last weekend, we went to their art festival, and this weekend is the Chalkfest. We're hoping to see some really great chalk art on the streets.

              I have pictures to post, but Joe/Linda's pictures do the job, not unless someone just wants to see them.

              This is a great place to stay - 20-30 minutes away from most things you'll want to do here!

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