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Dakota County Parks

Lebanon Hills Campground

Lake Byllesby Campground

Campground Rules

Dakota County Parks established these campground rules to help make your stay a safe and pleasant experience.

The campgrounds are governed by County Ordinance 107 - Park Use and patrolled by the Parks, Lakes and Trails unit of the Dakota County Sheriff's Office. 

Check in/check out
All campers must check in at the campground office upon arrival prior to going to their campsite.

Check out time is noon on the last day registered. Campsite must be cleaned prior to check out.

Check in time is after 1 p.m. on the first day registered.

Campsite guidelines
Camping is allowed at designated sites only.

One RV unit is permitted per RV site. Two tents are permitted per tent site. A maximum of six people can stay at each campsite.

Campsites must be quiet from dusk to 8 a.m.

Fires are allowed in grills and fire rings only.

Camping units on wheels are not permitted in the tent camping area at Lake Byllesby Campground.

Pets guidelines
Pets must be on a leash not more than six feet long.

Pet owners must carry and use an appropriate device for cleaning up pet feces and disposing of feces in a sanitary manner.

Pets must not be tethered to any tree, plant, building or park equipment.

All visitors must register and obtain a visitor pass. Visitors must leave the campground by 10 p.m.

Rental to minors
Minors (under 18 years of age) are not allowed to rent a campsite. Campers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Stay limit
There is a 14-day maximum camping limit in any 30-day period in the Dakota County Parks Campgrounds.

Activities not permitted

  • Cutting trees or shrubs or bringing in logs from the woods.
  • Disturbing wildlife or defacing park property.
  • All-terrain vehicles operating on park property.
  • Controlled substances and keg beer.
  • Cleaning fish, washing dishes or pets in buildings.
  • Discharge of waste water onto park property.

Last updated: 10/14/2015 5:46 AM