A complete list of our camping guidelines can be found on the, view campground map link below. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in eviction without refund.PetsPark
Oak Park Kampground is not responsible for accidents or injury to our guests and/or damage of personal belongings while camping at our Campground.
Emerald ash borer (EAB) and many other forest pests and diseases can be accidentally transported in firewood. In order to help prevent the introduction and spread of invasive pests, state statute was amended by commissioner’s order in March 2011 banning all firewood in state-owned camping facilities unless approved by the DNR (Minnesota Statute, section 89.551, Sec. 2).
We are a family campground that realize pets like to camp with their people. We welcome both here at Oak Park. Pets you know your personality, if you are not good at being social and show aggressive behavior, such as growling or nipping, do not like to be on a leash or like to hear yourself bark, then please let your people camp without you, as any dog that shows aggressive behavior will be ask to leave the park.
Having said that, here are a few tips for you pets who know you are not aggressive and enjoy camping with your people.