Crystal Springs RV Resort has sites available for nightly, weekly, monthly and seasonal stays.
Crystal Springs RV Resort is located near Ellendale Minnesota off the I-35 at exit 26 then a quarter mile south on East Frontage Road.
Crystal Springs offers easy access pull thru sites for overnight and big back-ins for longer stays. All of our sites are level and are a full hookup with water, sewer, electric and wi-fi.
We are a family owned and operated RV Park. One of the owners is on the property 24/7 as we take great pride in keeping the park neat and clean. We cater to the over 50 crowd but all are welcome.
"Wow what a GREAT campground and staff!! The grounds are BEAUTIFUL - ESPECIALLY with the fall colors and the lake there. Very nicely planned and layed out. You truly have a great park and can't wait to return. The spots are long and wide enough for a Ram 3500 dually and a 42 foot fifth wheel to be un-hooked and parked in front of each other."
"What a gem of a campground. Very nice, spacious sites. Owners are working hard to plant shrubs and trees to provide visual screens between sites. One of the cleanest campgrounds we've stayed in."
"Fabulous, new park. Still being developed. Owners are really nice. Lovely trees and pond. VERY clean and well cared for. Nice level site...stayed overnight and was able to stay hooked up which made it easier to continue our travels the next day. We would definitely recommend this beautiful campground."
"Excellent place to stay. Close to major towns and the cities. The owners work hard at developing and keeping the sites clean. A nice recreation building and hopefully in time there be more scheduled activities. We will be back in the spring."
"I really enjoyed my stay. The grounds are well maintained, and the electric current and water pressure were consistent. No loud parties. A very relaxing atmosphere. Owners are very easy to work with. Wifi decent."
"This was our 2nd season as seasonals and will be back again. Love the quiet. Love the view from our campsite. Love watching nature."