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Camp Smore


Campground Address and Directions:

24797 U.S. 71, From N SR-27 & US71, go .75 mi N on US 71., Long Prairie MN 56347

Campground Detail and Amenities:

$$$, Apr 10-Oct 10, 24 sites, All ages, Tents Only sites: 4, 1296 ft elev, 8 pull thrus, 18 full hookups, 2 electric only sites, 4 elec-water hookups, 20/30/50 amp, tables, grill, water, dump, RV Storage, firewood, pet friendly, Tents for Troops (2 nights free for active military, including Reserves and National Guard, and members of their immediate family only. Must call the park directly for reservations. Reservations are required and spaces are limited. Must present active military I.D. at the time of check in.) (C)

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