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This CG is actually on the Iowa side of the Mississippi River and managed by USCOE. Along and off US Highway 22 near Wildcat Den SP and Fairport State Rec Area. Near railroad. Near towns of Buffalo and Muscatine.
I suggest this site only if you need to get off the road for an overnight stay. Very few amenities, all but a few spots appear to be full-time RV living onsite, has nice playground, gazebo, dog park (small), lake is small but appears well kept, electric/water/septic onsite.
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Made a last minute decision to go camping this weekend and I'm glad we did. The campground is very beautiful and well kept. The campsites are spacious and have ample space in between them. One leg of the campground is in a grove of pine trees (see photos). There's a playground for the kiddos, a…
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Nice long trail, friendly people, and a cute little ice cream shop that was a lifesaver after a long hike. Beautiful scenery, firewood available for $6 a bundle, water, electricity and fairly clean bathrooms with showers. We tent camped for $20 a night.
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Had a pretty private site and most around us were empty. Great bird watching - saw a hummingbird within 20 minutes of arriving, orioles, a tanager and heard a wild turkey on the woods while we were there. Hiked the bluffs along the trail system at the south end of the park. Would gladly stay again.
Nice campground, with lots of sites, $10 or $20 with electric. Lots of trails, and the Mississippi River is across the road. If you come this way, be sure to check out the historic towns of Mount Carroll and Galena. I'd give this 5 stars, but the bathrooms are a bit dirty and have quite a few…
Turn at quarry off Great River Road/Highway 67. Plenty of sites, boat landing, kayak/canoe rentals, naturalist programs, nature center with native animals including large fish aquarium, cabins, park store and kitchen, shower house, pontoon river cruises. Watch river levels for flooding, bugs can…
Enjoyed a week of beautiful nature. Had an RV with electric hookup, but had to drive to area for filling water tank and flushing the black and grey tanks. They had many nice areas for that so no waiting. They had very nice bath houses with shower stalls and toilets. I wish they had laundry and a…
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We enjoy staying here. Very well kept, friendly hosts.
Small state park with only 24 camper sites. This was nice having a smaller campground. Average size lots with decent wash house. Firewood available on site for a donation. Walking distance to the caves and hiking trails
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One of the best places we’ve camped of the last 2 weeks on the road. Fifth wheel parked no problem. Well kept property and right on the river. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very reasonably priced. Although it was first come first served we had no problem getting a space on the 4th of July…
We stopped over for the night, and it was a good respite. They have mini-golf, a nice pool and a creative rugged play area for the kids. Unfortunately, the pool was closed for the evening cleaning, so we didn't get to use it. There was a beautiful wetland just down from the campground. It is right…
This campground has an assortment of primitive and electrical sites. They also have cabins and canoe/kayak rental, a visitor shop with food/drink and a mini museum of the local wildlife. Great place for the family.
Very standard rv spots feet from the highway. Hosts are very amicable. Perfect for what we needed, a quick stop on our drive across country. Appears to be lots of activities for kids/families during the day.
Car camping in my Prius and wanted to stay in a non electric (ie tent) space for $12 but all the tent spaces didn’t seem to have anywhere flat to park. From what I could see, most of the nonelectric/tent were down at the bottom of slopes. Ended up paying the $18 and staying in a nice electric spot…