Beautiful trees, rocks, and other nature can be found at Banning RV Park and Campground. Located just off Interstate 35 at Exit 195, (Finlayson/Askov Exit) approximately midway between the Twin Cities and Duluth, Minnesota, you can enjoy beautiful wooded trails, access to multiple lakes, rivers, and Banning State Park.
Come where life is peaceful and times are good.
Banning RV Park and Campground also have lots of themed weekends throughout the camping season. These weekends will be uploaded shortly or you can call 612-390-0415 for more information.
2020 Activities & Events
Halloween Spooktacular Weekend - October 2nd-4th
Kid's Costume Contest
Campsite Decorating Contest (prizes for winners)
Bean Bag Tournament (prizes for winners)
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Less than a mile from our beautiful
campground is Banning State Park. Enjoy
a leisurely stroll down wooded trails along
the Kettle River, relax while fishing, or navigate the river by kayak, canoe, or raft.
Banning State Park
Sandstone, Minnesota, located just a few
miles from Banning RV Park and
Campground, is home to a bit of Minnesota
mining history. Visit Robinson Park and enjoy the beautiful Kettle River with rock walls meant for scaling. As you walk the park trails, make sure to read up on the history of Sandstone mining along the Kettle River. The Robinson Park area was once a large mining area and the traces can be seen throughout the Park.
The Kettle River is Minnesota's
first Wild and Scenic River. A beautiful
river to take out your raft, canoe, or kayak. Local rapids make the day adventurous, while the calmness brings tranquility to the soul.
Just 13 miles south is Hinckley, Minnesota. Hinckley is home to many restaurants, including Tobies (famous for their rolls) and Grand Cinema and Grand Cinema Pizza. Grand Cinema Pizza makes handmade fresh to order pizzas, the best in the area. Great for a date or a night with the family.
One mile east of Grand Cinema is Grand Casino Hinckley. The casino is a great place for adults to relax and enjoy food, gaming, and live music. They even have daycare, an arcade, coffee & gift shops, hair salon, and spa. A great way to spend the evening before coming back to gaze upon the country sky.
Pine County Fair Pine City, MN
Corn & Clover Parade Hinckley, MN
Rodeos Sandstone, MN
Local Community Activities & Festivals 2020
Pine County is small town USA, and with that comes the small town festivals and fairs. Try local favorites, ride a few rides, play a few games, and mingle with the locals! Of course, we all know it's about the food, nothing like good fair food, and the festivals in this area have no shortage of foods to try! From the foods and parades, to the derbies and the rides, the festivals around here always guarantee a good time. Click on any event below for more information.
July 4th Moose Lake Parade and Carnival