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We have four exclusive tent sites, two group tent sites (up to four tents per group site) and eight additional tent/small camper sites bordering wooded areas. Some have electric and others are rustic. All tent sites have nearby water for cooking. Restrooms or porta-potties are just a short walk. Each site includes a fire ring and picnic tables.
There are 22 drive-through, full-hookup sites for large campers or RV's with lots that are 75 feet long. We also have 17 individual back-in sites that are between 40-70 feet. These are all great spots to set up camp while you explore the Mesabi Iron Range. Each site includes a fire pit and picnic table, plus 20, 30 or 50 amp electric. Many of our back-in sites have water and sewer.
Let us be your base-camp when you come to enjoy Minnesota's Off-Road Capital or any of our local attractions. We are family-owned since 2004 and provide a relaxed atmosphere with plenty of open space so you can roam about. We offer the best camping value in Gilbert!
Due to extremely dry conditions, campfires are currently banned at West Forty RV Park. We are taking this action to protect the wooded portions of our land and surrounding properties. We continue to monitor conditions daily and will update campers on conditions as they check in. Propane/gas or electric stoves and grills are allowed. Campfires, tiki torches, citrinella candles or similar items with open flames are not allowed.
We allow up to 4 adults per campsite; additional guests are $5 per day per person. Children 15 years old and under always stay for free!
We sell firewood, ice, camping supplies and have propane tank exchange available on site.
We rent outdoor games like ladder ball toss, beanbag toss/cornhole and bocce ball for $5.00 per day. We also rent tents, 10x10 canopies and other camping items by the day or for the weekend.
Getting to the Iron Range Off-Highway Vehicle State Recreation Area
West 40 RV Park has a short, unpaved connector trail just outside our campground entrance which connects directly to the Genoa Trail. The unpaved section of the Genoa Trail can be used by ATV's, OHMs and side-by-sides to get to the main connecting trail. Jeeps, Trackers, etc. can access a similar connector trail just outside our campground to the OHV park. There is no need to trailer vehicles to the Iron Range OHV park.