DNR campsite system now taking some reservations

Campers can start making limited reservations at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas. The DNR says arrival dates will be rolled out in stages because of a backlog. The upgraded system crashed earlier this month after technical problems shut it down.
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Campers can start making limited reservations at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas. The DNR says arrival dates will be rolled out in stages because of a backlog. The upgraded system crashed earlier this month after technical problems shut it down.

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