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Warren Dunes State Park Campground

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Stayed here for a weekend in the group camping area with our Cub Scout troop. It's primitive camping with vault toilets and open space. Overall it was fine. I do wish things were looked after a bit more. We checked in on Friday night and the garbage cans already had trash in
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I love camping and am a pretty positively oriented person but I am having a hard time finding the positive about this campground. (The beach was nice, dunes beautiful.) The sites are TINY and on top of each other. I thought this in the tent area but then went to check out the
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Spent two nights at the campground. The bathrooms were cleaned at 7am & 7pm. After that too bad. With a full campground, it would behoove the state to pay an extra person to maintain the bathrooms a couple extra times during weekends. No toilet paper, dirty. Showers never
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We made a last minute reservation to spend the nite on our way west. We found the campground dirty and Ill kept. There was trash in the fire rings on many sites. Saw no attendants doing any cleanup. The pavilions at the beach were boarded up with sand piled up around. Showers at
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Nice campground but sites are directly next to each other with no buffer between. Bathhouse was clean but given the amount of campers hot water in showers was limited at night. Be warned this is an alcohol free park and rules are enforced.
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"Check the reservation site to see the profile of each site. Some sites have dirt and others dirt/grass. But they are all well shaded."
"While very shaded, Site 59 was too close to Red Arrow Hwy and I-94. Also, the firepit was next to two small trees which limited the seating."
"Campsite 36, where we stayed, is right across the street from the trailhead for the beach access trail that goes over all sorts of dunes."
"Sites vary in distance from the road, to bath houses and tree coverage. Look at the map and call the campground for a recommendation."
"Try and get a campsite that is along one of the sides of the circle, not the middle, so that you have woods behind you, and not other campers."
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