Campground Closed
Madison County Fairground Campground is closed for the season. It reopens April 1st.
Standard (Tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Pets Allowed
About Madison County Fairground Campground

The Madison County Fairgrounds is a great place to camp during the fair or throughout the rest of the camping season. From tents to motorhomes, it is accommodating to everyone's needs. Non-Fair Camping

The Madison County Fairgrounds camp site is open April 1 to November 1, except during the fair. The pricing and rules for dates outside of the county fair week can be found on the link at the bottom of the page. Reservations are not available during this period, but if you are interested in camping please call Matt Porter at (641) 728-4750.

Fair Camping

Camping at the fairgrounds during the Madison County Fair allows participants to stay close to the action while having a comfortable place to rest. See the following link for more specific information about fair-time camping regulations. Contact Chance Dullard at 515-468-5034 if you would like more information.

NOTE: No campers, reserved or non-reserved, can be on the fairgrounds before 6:00 pm on the Saturday before the start of the fair. A charge of $50 per day will be given to those who violate this rule.

Fee Info
Non-Fair Camping Rates Tent $11 night Electric only $15 night/$98 Week Full Water/Electric/Sewer $17 night/$105 Week
April 1st - November 1st
$11.00 - $105.00
Drive In
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
No Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Madison County Fairground Campground is located in Iowa
41.33 N
-94.0267 W
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1 Review of Madison County Fairground Campground
First to Review
Cost Effective, all hook ups,great long term

I stayed at this campground from August until November 13 in my pull behind camper.

Water,gas and Sewer was $15 daily,$105 weekly, and$420 monthly. Prices go up to $120 weekly when it gets cold. Shower house was shut down for COVID and shuts down in winter. 

Tenting is cheaper$11

No ground fires allowed.

Friendly,helpful hosts on site.

Close to the Bridges,John Wayne sites,lauandromat,and grocery stores.

You might get a view of bridesmaids and grooms at the fairgrounds on the weekend heading to a wedding in the fairground building, nice to see during my work COVID isolation.

When the trees get big and fill in and COVID is over and the shower house is open it will be 4 stars.

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