Minnesota's newest State Park campground is perched on a ridge at Lake Vermillion-Soudan Underground Mine State Park, and it has a lot of modern amenities which people love.

According to the Star Tribune the campground has electric outlets next to the tent pads and fire rings to charge smartphones, plug in coffeemakers or whatever you need power for. Each campsite also has a Wi-Fi signal and the showers in the bath house are heated by solar panels.

Now that is what I am talking about, electricity and a warm shower. Reservations for Fall have booked up quickly but some spots are open during the week before the park officially closes for the season October 22nd.