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Minnesota Travel Guide

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Our Minnesota travel guide and some online vacation planning will make your Minnesota vacation one to remember!.

Most family vacation destinations in Minnesota include beautiful family vacation resorts, cabins, and dozens of state parks and many other top family vacations spots.

Minnesota Travel

Consider all of the ways there are to to travel around Minnesota. RV's are a great way to see the state while enjoying all the comforts of home. Or, you can take a bus or train excursion and not have to do any of the driving.

RV Campgrounds are abundant in Minnesota, including in most state parks.

Minnesota Vacation Spots: get ideas about vacation destinations in all unique regions in Minnesota.

Do you have a question about Minnesota vacations? Ask the expert at our Online Vacation Planning page. You can also read responses to questions others have asked as you plan your Minnesota vacation.

Minnesota Travel Reviews: Find the best deal, compare prices, and read what other travelers have to say about Minnesota Vacations.

And be sure to take some time to check out the best hotel plus airfare deals for Minnesota.

Air fares are lower right now which makes it a great time to think about the many Minnesota travel opportunities our state offers. We recommend Trip Advisor for finding the best deals and booking your travel to Minnesota.

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Rent A Motorhome or RV 
to Explore Minnesota

One of our favorite Minnesota travel modes is to trek around Minnesota in a recreational vehicle (RV) or motorhome. There are lots of places in Minnesota to rent motorhomes or other types of recreational vehicles. There are many RV parks throughout Minnesota. Some are even in the Twin Cites area. As well, you will find RV areas and hookups in our state parks and campgrounds. Nightly fees to park an RV are quite inexpensive.

We love to load up friends and family and head for our favorite campground.

Travel Minnesota in an RV

Despite the rise in gas prices, this can be an economical way to vacation for a group or family. We share the RV rental and gas costs among the adults, stock up on groceries to save on restaurant meals and see the scenery while sipping a cup of coffee.

When you consider that you are saving the price of a rental car, hotels, and eating out, the weekly rental price for a motor home or RV can be a good choice.

Other Ways to Get Around in Minnesota

Hiawatha light rail line

The Hiawatha Line a new light rail system, connects the airport to the Mall of America as well as to downtown Minneapolis and several other locations.

Some of the state's best scenery can be viewed by traveling through Minnesota on Amtrak, which serves Winona, Red Wing, Saint Paul, Saint Cloud, Staples and Detroit Lakes.

Related Pages:

Minnesota Map

Minnesota Fun facts

Travel to Minnesota

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Minnesota Vacation Spots

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