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8 Campgrounds For Your Next Fishing Getaway

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September 7, 2023

If you live for the thrill of catching your next big fish, load up your fishing gear and head to one of these excellent campgrounds for your next fishing getaway.

All of these campgrounds are now accepting reservations on campnative.com!

Sweet Minihaha Campground: Brodhead, Wisconsin

This relaxing 32-acre campground is located in a peaceful valley along the shores of Sugar River in Green County.

Anglers can fish for walleye and bass right from the banks of Sugar River within the campground, cast a line from a canoe, or put the boat in the water at a nearby boat landing in Albany.

Take a day off from fishing and explore the famous Sugar River State Trail or spend a lazy afternoon floating down the river on a tube. The campground offers kayak, tube, and canoe rentals along with free shuttle services.

Spacious RV, trailer, and tent sites are available.

Want to learn more about Sweet Minihaha Campground? Visit their Camp Native profile or book now and head for the river.

A & E Camping Resort: Bellefontaine, Ohio

A & E Camping Resort is nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Logan County. This 76-acre park is the perfect place to immerse yourself in nature while still being close to local attractions.

The campground has three fully-stocked fishing lakes and two popular fishing lakes, Indian Lake and Kiser Lake, are nearby. Indian Lake is well known for its yellow perch, huge bluegills, largemouth bass, and what many would consider the best saugeye fishing in Ohio. Kiser Lake is known for its largemouth bass, sunfish, crappie, and catfish.

After a morning of fishing, explore nearby attractions such as Mad River Mountain, Ohio Caverns, and Piatt Castles or take a relaxing hike in the campground.

A & E offers primitive tent camping, new cabins with full kitchens and baths, and full hook-up RV sites.

Learn more about A & E Camping Resort on their Camp Native profile or book now, sites are filling up fast!

Dakota Waters Resort: Beulah, North Dakota

Dakota Waters Resort is a family owned campground and marina located on Lake Sakakawea. Whether you’re hoping to catch your first big walleye or you’ve been fishing on the lake for years, Dakota Waters has everything you need including live bait, tackle, and marine supplies.

Lake Sakakawea is quickly becoming one of the top fisheries in the United States and it’s well-known for its walleye, pike, salmon, sauger, and smallmouth bass.

Take a break from fishing and spend an afternoon sailing or kayaking on the calm waters and later enjoy a delicious burger at the cafe.

Dakota Waters Resort offers 49 RV sites, all within walking distance of the water, as well 8 cabins fully equipped with bathrooms and kitchenettes.

Ready to find out more about Dakota Waters? Explore their Camp Native profile or book now and start packing!

Riverside Park Campground: Wellsville, New York

This small family owned and operated campground is surrounded by lush hardwood trees and lies on the east bank of the beautiful Genesee River. This river is one of the few rivers in the U.S. that flows northwards, and it eventually ends up in Lake Ontario.

The Genesee is known for having an abundance of trout and bass, and the river is stocked annually. Fish from shore, wade in the river, or hop in a canoe and test your skills at finding the perfect fishing hole.

Spend the evening paddling on a kayak or canoe, take a peaceful nature walk, or have a picnic on a large point bar by the river.

Riverside Park offers RV sites with electric, water, and sewer hook-ups, tent sites, and clean restrooms and showers.

Need to know more? Check out Riverside Park Campground’s Camp Native profile  or book now!

Mimosa Landing Campground: Columbia, Mississippi

This peaceful campground is located right on the serene Pearl River and offers a wonderful wilderness retreat for the entire family.

The 444 mile Pearl River forms part of the state boundary between Mississippi and Louisiana and features both bottomland forests and swamp wetlands. This river is known for its catfish as well as bass and crappie.

If the fish aren’t biting, spend a day kayaking or canoeing, take a swim in the pool, play a family game of basketball, visit Red Bluff or the John Ford Home, or play a round of bingo.

Mimosa Landing offers 77 full hook-up RV sites and comfortable cabins.

Interested in learning more about Mimosa Landing Campground? Take a look at their Camp Native profile or book now!

Sturgeon Valley Campground: Wolverine, Michigan

Spend a week in the great outdoors at a quiet campsite on the Sturgeon River. Located in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, this is the perfect spot to bring along your toys for year-round adventure!

The Sturgeon River is a “blue ribbon” trout stream so get ready for some excellent fishing! Whether you’re flyfishing or casting a line from a canoe, you’re sure to reel in some fish. This river is also popular for kayaking and tubing, and the campground offers tube rentals for an exciting day on the water.

The Northern Michigan bike and snowmobile trail is right by the campground so if you want to get out and explore, this is a great campground for all seasons.

Sturgeon Valley offers cabin rentals, RV sites, trailers, pop-ups, and tent sites.

Ready to see more of Sturgeon Valley Campground? Explore their Camp Native profile or book now!

Rudy’s Cabins & Campground, LLC: Clarksville, New Hampshire

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This family owned 100-acre campground is nestled in the northern New Hampshire mountains of the Great North Woods. If you’re looking for great hospitality and some peace and quiet, this could be the campground for you.

Rudy’s features a 23-acre fly fishing pond and is only 11 miles from Lake Francis, a 2,000 acre lake that is known for its trout and salmon fishing.

This campground is bursting with recreation, so if you need a break from fishing you can enjoy hiking, canoeing, boating, ATVing, and wildlife watching.

Rudy’s offers full hook-up RV sites and waterfront cabins.

Ready to learn more about Rudy’s Cabins & Campground? Check out their Camp Native profile page or book now and start planning your peaceful getaway.

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