Hickory Hills Campground will be alerted immediately and will approve your reservation after checking availability.
Memory making comes easy at Hickory Hills. If it's not the beautiful nature, the resident eagle, the unusually large pool with plenty of room to float or individual fire pits with plenty of wood delivered to your site, maybe you like the fresh pizzas and of course ice cream will leave a smile on everyone’s face and great memories in your heart.
We have 11 weekend spots all come with a picnic table, fire ring, sewer, 50 or 30 amp electric service and soft water! We also have 88 seasonal spots if you’re looking to nestle your own camper in one of our beautiful wood or lake front lots. The campground is also gated for everyone’s safety and flexibility in your coming and goings.
We are a wooded & secluded 40 acre campground, surrounded by prairie and beautiful nature landscapes. We are located on a gravel road about 12 miles from the junction of I-90 and I-35, just south of Albert Lea, MN. With absolutely no freeway noise, we are the place to get away for the weekend! We are also just minutes away from Diamond Jo Casino.
No matter how you find us we will do everything we can to make your stay one that leaves a lifetime of memories and the excitement to come back as soon as you can!
Open Dates: April 15 to October 15
You are not allowed to use anything but septic safe toilet paper in our campground. This includes not being able to use wipes of any sort down the toilet, if using them please dispose in garbage.
ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS IN THE POOL!!!! If we find you with any kind of glass container in the pool area you will be asked to leave and not allowed to return to the pool for the remainder of your stay. It is very dangerous to have ANYTHING glass in the pool because if it breaks, we have to close the pool and drain it. Anyone 13 years of age or under must have adult supervision at the pool, and adult is anyone over the age of 18.
We love your pets and are so glad they are with you! Please be kind and pick up after your fur baby, many kids run around bare foot and no one likes puppy poo on their toes, tires or shoes (and mostly my husband hates mowing over it!). We also ask that you leash your dog when they are outside at all times - this is a state law.
There is a 5 MPH speed limit for driving on our roads. We allow all of our visiting children to run around and play and we want to keep them safe.
Children under the age of 8 are not allowed to be unsupervised by an adult at anytime on the campground - an adult is anyone over the age of 18.
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