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    Camps in Park Rapids


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    Business Listing   Big Pines Tent & R V Park - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-4483


    Business Listing   Breeze Campgrounds - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-5888


    Business Listing   Camp Wilderness BSA - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-4674


    Business Listing   Charlie's Boats & Marine - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-3451


    Business Listing   Freedom Ridge Granpa's Barn Restaurant - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 266-3938


    Business Listing   Goose Crossing Food & Spirits - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-2700


    Business Listing   Rapid River Logging - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-3444


    Business Listing   Spruce Hill Campgrounds - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-3292


    Business Listing   Stony Lake Camp Main Office - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-8127


    Business Listing   Vagabond Village Campground - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-5234


    Business Listing   Village RV Service & Storage - Park Rapids, MN - Phone: (218) 732-1294


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    Helpful Definition for: Camps


    Camps in Park Rapids offer meaningful nature experiences to people of all ages, and provide opportunities to engage kids in nature through immersion in the wild outdoors to promote environmental awareness, compassion, leadership and an ethic of care for the earth. Camp skills are related to various outdoor sports and recreational activities. They range from archery and fishing to high ropes and orienteering. They provide a mix of exciting adventure and wildlife activities. One learns to survive in the Minnesota woods with constructing shelters, fire-making skills, cooking, looking for edibles, catching fish, spending nights under the stars. Through experiential learning, one feels more connected and committed to the environment.

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