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About Us

Woodsong Resort – The Divine Family

Woodsong is a 42 acre gated RV resort five miles north of Ogilvie, MN.  The resort is bordered by Ann Lake and the Ann Lake Wildlife Management Area.  We are situated on a hilltop so flooding is never a problem.  Empire Street deadends at the resort entrance so there is no “drive by” traffic and because we’re gated there is no drive-thru traffic.

The Divine family purchased Woodsong RV Resort in 2014, cleaned the resort, streamlined the operation, and prioritized customer service.  Renamed in 2006 from Hilltop Campground, Woodsong RV Resort strives to bring visitors the very best accommodations, service, friendliness and a family atmosphere.  We’re excited to be here to serve you and our facilities/amenities make us stand apart:

  • Security gate entrance with resident card or code
  • 100% FHU seasonal sites and 19 water/electric nightly sites
  • Huge sites that all have sewer connections
  • Well maintained grounds with tremendous amount of shade trees
  • Beautiful lodge, with heated pool, adult hot tub, & storm shelter
  • Playground & Sports Courts (Basketball, horseshoes, volleyball)

Since 2004, Tex and Rebecca have operated vacation-destination campgrounds, first in Colorado and most recently in Moab, UT.  Excited to bring our experience to Woodsong, the Divine family is ready to welcome you and become your summer hosts!  We invite you to sample our resort lifestyle and consider joining our extended Woodsong Family.

Tex Divine

Bored at Raytheon as a financial analyst in the early 2000’s, I went back to school for my MBA and that’s essentially what started us down this path.  Rather than sit in an office looking outside, my office is the outside and I love it (except when it’s cold and rainy).  If it’s not glamorous, that’s my job.  If it’s heavy, that’s my job.  If it’s dirty, that’s my job.  I do the grunt work and I love it!  It’s completely worth the exhaustion when I join people at their fires on the weekend nights and visit with them.

Rebecca Divine

Rebecca is the key, the linchpin, to making this family work.  Without her tireless dedication to our family we’d fall apart (and starve!).  Raised in California, she thought she’d marry a farmer but ended up with a campground dude.  A former teacher and youth conselor, Rebecca brings tremendous energy to the park and is a calming influence.  She is the most conscientious person I know and is always ready to give a smile.  Also, call her Becca but NEVER Becky.

Quinn Divine

Quinn is 10 years old.  He is an outgoing boy with too much energy and excitement.  We often tease him that he was born with extra personality.  Quinn likes to climb the trees, run with friends, ride his bike and graze at everyone’s buffet lines!  Quinn helps clean the pool, organize pool furniture and is the resident porcelain inspector (toilet cleaner).  Quinn only has a passing interest in the campground business but he enjoys driving things: the golf carts, skidsteer and the tractor.

Bristol Divine

Bristol is a mix of what girls are made of – sugar and spice – and what boys are made of – frogs legs and puppy dog tails.  A girl of true range she will play in the pond chasing frogs and then want to watercolor paint flowers and trees.  Our cutie will charm you once she gets past her extreme shyness around new folks.  Her teacher once exclaimed, “So she does talk!”  Helping with sinks, trash liners and pool furniture, her contributions are sure to grow each year.

Edyn Divine

Edyn only joined us in March 2014.  At 2 years old, she has yet to be assigned any responsibilities.  Named after a wine from Nebraska, Edyn is going to be a challenge to wrangle.  She has a bit of adventurous spirit to her.  If you hear some awful sounds emanating from the lodge or house, it’s probably Edyn letting us know she’s ready for a snack.  We like to say it sounds like an upset pterodactyl.  She will soon be chasing her siblings around – oh, my!