RV Resort Village

28668 Hurtig Rd., Pequot Lakes, MN 56472


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GPS: 46.5681,-94.3158

RV Resort Village is located at 28668 Hurtig Rd., Pequot Lakes, Minnesota 56472 with a total of 60 campsites. Before your trip to RV Resort Village, check out website at http://www.rvresortvillage.com/ or contact them through 218-568-8009 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

46.5681, -94.3158

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 46.5681, -94.3158


Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity cable tv wifi
Recreation gym hot tub swimming pool
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities ADA Accessible hot tub laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs AAA
Pets pets

Overview of RV Resort Village

Last Price Paid: $38

Reported by Emie on 07.20.2016

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1,246 ft / 379 m

Max Length:

100 ft

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  • Could be a "resort" but ...

    Reviewed 20/7/2016

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 81

    IMHO calling this a resort is questionable. Although, we discovered the word “resort” is a high volume description for most any lodging in MN :) With the thousands of lakes in Minnesota this “resort” is on a pond. I had to call several times to make a reservation as no one answered the phone, and there was no voice mail. The building where we checked in smelled musty which was surprising as it seems to be fairly new. The park information is typed on a piece of paper, no fancy brochure. The first item was that the WII FI and cable were being upgraded. Their website inferred that both were up and running and were part of the amenities offered. WII FI only worked at the office and cable didn't work at all. This is an owner park that started up but hasn't finished. They are still constructing new RV sites. It seems when you purchase a site there is a minimal paved section in place. A few owners had poured an additional concrete pad and landscaped their site. Others, just parked in the grass. Sites ranged from very nice to a concrete pad with some scrubby grass and a tree here and there. The sites are all out in the open. There is decent spacing between sites, and they are staggered. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Directv worked fine. We had 4g with Verizon but barely 1 bar so a lot of calls were dropped and internet access was spotty. The interior roads are fine. The bathrooms and showers look nice. There is a small pool that looks nice as well. They advertise on the website, and when I called that there is a Class A only section. When we were there, several RVs parked in this section didn't fit the description. Not a big deal but it's false advertising – which sadly, they seem to be pretty good at. Unless they can bring this park up to real resort status, we would not stay here again and pay the price they ask. FYI – 371 is being widened so you can hear some of the construction noise but it quieted down at night.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 07/20/2016

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