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Baker Park Reserve


2301 County Road 19
Maple Plain, MN 55359
763.479.2964
No Email Address
http://www.ci.orono.mn.us/baker_park_reserve.htm
3 Reviews
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I love Baker Park! It is a beautiful park with so many great resources and activities available. We stayed in A loop, which is the most popular non-electric loop. There is a great new bathroom/shower building close to A loop, which was very convenient and very clean. There are numerous paved biking/walking paths around the park and a few unpaved trails as well. There are two great beaches on the lake, as well as a fishing pier, a boat launch, a very nice playground, and a boat rental building where you can rent canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and paddle boats for very reasonable prices. In the campground there are 210 sites, the non-electric loops are A, C, E, and F and the electric loops are B, G, D, H, and J. I enjoyed our site in A loop very much. One downside is that you can only have dogs in the campground area and on some of the trails, but not down by the beach or in the general picnic area. The staff are wonderful and very helpful and friendly, they seem to really enjoy helping and talking to peple who come in. Overall, this is a fantastic park! A great place to stay in the summer, and a wonderful place to appreciate the fall colors come autumn.

Received from Betty A for visit in Aug 2009


Site Number: A24
Stay Again? YES
We have been camping here for years and it is our favorite campground we've ever been to. Sights are large and flat. Grassy sights available. Shady and sunny sights available. Campground and showers are always extremely clean. Staff is always friendly and helpful. Campground is nicely laid out. Great for families. It is located on lake independence, although there aren't any lake front sights. Many things to do including wonderful bike paths and hiking paths, very nice and large playground, canoe and paddle boat rentals, separate picnicking area by lake and nice swimming beach. Very reasonably priced for all of the amenities. Make reservations early as the electric sights do book up fairly quickly. They do not have full hook ups.

Received from Eric for visit in Jun 2008


Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Baker Park is a wonderful campground. Loop A is more woodsy and mostly pop ups and tents like to camp here. Loop B and E are good loops with electric sites. The sites are fairly long. Loop C and E are more tent sites - I don't believe they have electric. Loops F, G and H are a little more open and bigger. We like loop G the best as it has the biggest sites - they are more spread out. If you will be there with a group G15, 17, and 19 are really nice as they open up to a field and there is additional parking on the other side of the field. There are 2 swimming beaches at the bottom of the hill along with a wonderful playground and picnic areas. Make sure to bring your bikes - there is a great 6 mile bike path that goes around ponds and in the woods as well as tarred paths throughout the park. There is also a golf course very close.

Received from Shelly A for visit in 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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