For an authentic camping experience, try the Lake Auburn Campground at Carver Park reserve. This 57-site rustic public campground is located near an unguarded beach, play equipment and other park amenities for true outdoor fun.
Note: A $7.50 non-refundable reservation fee applies. Please review our camping policies, including our firewood policy.
Midweek Camping Special
Reserve a campsite at Carver or Cleary Lake Campgrounds for one night and get a second, consecutive night half off! This offer is valid Sunday-Thursday only and does not apply during the week of July 4 or to group camps. To receive this special you must reserve by phone prior to arriving at the campsite.
Reserve your campsite online! Simply log in to your account and start shopping. To make reservations by phone call 763.559.6700. Carver's 2013 campground season is April 26 to October 26.
55 sites plus 2 hike-in sites. Pit latrines (wheelchair accessible), hand water pump, no showers, no electricity. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. Can accommodate two tents or one tent and one RV, with a maximum of six people per campsite. RV dump station (for fee).
Lake Auburn Campground Map
$14.50 per site (includes tax)
Geocaching at Lake Auburn
GPS units can be checked out free of charge at the campground office on a first come, first served basis. Units may only be used in the park and must be returned before closing. A picture ID is required.
Three Rivers Park District offers select campsites to help aide those with mobility impairments. Amenities at these sites include accessible picnic tables, accessible fire pits, more level terrain and close proximity to bathrooms. Location of these sites is denoted on the campground maps.
These sites are held to be used by those with mobility impairments until all other sites are reserved. For site availability and reservations, please call 763.559.6700.
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Family Campground Programs are hosted at the Lake Auburn Campground amphitheatre Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Topics include: Insects, Nighttime Noises, Meet Live Reptiles and Amphibians, Pond Critters, Meet an Owl and Falcon, Native American Games and Technologies, Carver Park history and more! Free to registered campers.