Hidden Meadows is a great place to park your camper or RV when you want to take a break from the road or a busy lifestyle. However, if you're looking for things to keep you busy, there are plenty of options at the park and nearby.
Sharpen your game playing skills in our on-site game room.
Bubble Hockey Game
NBA Jam Video Game
Multi Video Game Table
Ping Pong Table
Golden Tee Golf Video Game
Ringo Ring Toss Game
Have a lot of fun and get some healthy exercise by participating in our campground's outdoor activities. We offer a range of family-friendly things for you to enjoy,
Golf Cart Parades
Giant 4 Across
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Zumbrota (11 miles) is home to the Authentic Covered Bridge, many historic renovated buildings, an 18-hole golf course, fine dining, and cheese stores. Annual events include the County Fair in August, Crazy Days, and chicken feed.
The nearby town of Mantorville (20 miles) offers a historical recreation of the 1880s with the Old Covered Bridge, dance hall, sheriff's office, the Hubble House restaurant, and an opera house that holds melodramas on weekends in the summer.
Pine Island (3 miles) is the home of the Douglas State Bike Trail. Visitors also enjoy the local brewery - SxSE (South by Southeast). The town is also known for its Annual June Cheese Festival.
Red Wing (34 miles) is a scenic river town with a beautiful view of the bluffs. Attractions include Memorial Skyline Drive, Goodhue County Historical Society Museum, Red Wing Potteries, and Red Wing Shoes. A local brewery has been added that also serves pizza.
Rochester (12 miles) is home to the world-renowned Mayo Clinic and is also well-known for its population of wild Canadian geese that make Silver Lake their year-round home. The city's annual celebration, Rochesterfest, takes place in June. Also popular are the breweries and a winery. We recommend taking tours of the Olmsted County Historical Society, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical Museum, and Mayowood Estate, the estate of Dr. Charles H. Mayo, constructed in 1910.
Cannon Falls (32 miles) provides access to a variety of recreational activities, such as biking, hiking, tubing, and canoeing. Also popular are the local winery and brewery. The city hosts the 4th of July Cannon Valley Fair.
Wanamingo (17 miles) is home to the restored Larson Pioneer Family Cabin and has an annual 4th of July celebration.
Oronoco (2 miles) is a fun little town where you can find a variety of treasures at Oronoco's annual Gold Rush Days, which is a 3-day antique show and flea market in August. You can also find a canoe/kayak outfitter in town to guide you or rent equipment to glide down the Zumbro River.