Don't worry you won't camp in a potato field!
If you're traveling from out-of-town to attend the Potato Days festivities, you won't want to miss a minute of the action which means you will need some type of lodging.
Different Lodging Options
Within the community, visitors can choose from comfortable motel accommodations at the Barnesville Inn, or relaxing stay at Wagner Park Campground. Just down the road in nearly any director, visitors can select from a wide array of full-service hotels, bed and breakfasts or even a nearby resort in Minnesota Lake Country.
624 Front Street
Barnesville, MN 56514
WAGNER PARK & CAMPGROUND
Located near scenic Willow Creek, Wagner Park & Campground features 28 camping sites with electricity and water and more than 50 non-service sites for either trailers or tents. Rustic toilet facilities, central water faucet, and a free sanitary dump station are on site. Within walking distance is beautiful Blue Eagle Lake with a public swimming beach, flush toilets and changing rooms, paddle boat rental, fishing pier, playgrounds and single or group picnic facilities. Wagner Park is located just off State Highway 34, one-half mile from Interstate 94 exit. For rates and reservations, contact Jeri Reep at Barnesville City Hall (218)-354-2292
CAMPING AT CLAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
You can set up camp at the spacious Clay County Fairgrounds within the city limits of town. For availability and reservation information, contact Jeri Reep at Barnesville City Hall (218) 354-2292
Fargo/Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau
2001 44th Street SW
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 282-3653 - (800) 235-7654
Detroit Lakes Visitors Bureau
Fergus Falls Chamber of Commerce
202 South Court Street
Fergus Falls, MN 56537
"Spudland" is Closer than you think!
Barnesville, Minnesota is located in the heart of the Red River Valley in West Central Minnesota. Conveniently located on Interstate Highway 94, Barnesville is only 22 miles east of Fargo/Moorhead and the North Dakota border, 25 miles west of Fergus Falls, Minnesota and a beautiful three and half hour drive from Minneapolis/St. Paul.