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Perhaps it is just a season, but there were tremendous amount of mosquitoes at the campground during our visit. Lots of stagnant water, lake, etc. Reasonably priced, however, and close to Cedar Falls. The bathroom were a little sketchy and the noise from the highway was quite loud. OK stay for a…
It is a small river campground, no shower houses, but there is a Porta potty. Never too busy even on holiday weekends.
All campsites at Timmons Grove are$18/night and are electric. I have visited this place many times but only camped once. This place has never been busy when I have visited.
I generally do not camp electric, so$18/night was steep for non-electric tent camping. There is no shower and the…
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I like this campground. It is right on the Iowa river near a takeout, so you can put in upstream and paddle down, or do as I do and paddle upstream and then back down (works when the water flow is not too swift).
This campground is quiet at night, but I will point out that it is near a popular…
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Backbone State Park is unlike any other place in Iowa, having geological features uncommon in Iowa.
There are two campgrounds. I have camped in both:
Modern Campground: This is a large, modern campground with all of the standard amenities found in a modern campground… electric hookups,…
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Eagle City Park has two parts - a lower campground that is a paddlers camp on the Iowa River, and an upper campground with a few secluded campsites.
All campsites are free, and there are many to choose from. I have camped in both the upper and lower campgrounds, in summer and fall. I tend to…
I live near Stoehr Fishing Area and fish there often. It has excellent shore fishing on the two ponds. The main species are black bass and bluegill, however I did catch a northern pike once. There are grass carp as well.
There really is no campsite to speak of. There is a picnic shelter and grill,…
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Electric and water only. Nice playground for young kids. Limited activities.
This campground offers electric only sites for RVs. Water can be a bit tricky to get in the park and there was not host onsite to assist. The RV sites were mostly level on a gravel pad with a grass yard. There is some shade with fire pits on site and picnic tables. It was very quiet as this is…
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Rogers Park is a nice quiet getaway. It has a lake where you can fish swim kayak or troll with your boat.
We stayed in Spot #1, which is by the water. We were in a tent, so it was warm, but overall it was a great stay. Very well maintained and a couple nice trails. Dog friendly.
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I have been to Backbone a few times, this spot is one of my friends and I’d favorite. There is no through traffic so it’s quiet. Tons of trails, specifically the spot we camped at was right by the trail so we had easy access. The sites are big so you can camp far back and keep the vehicles at the…
Great stay over memorial day weekend. Quiet campground. Be prepared for a couple of hills in the park.
Great small town campground. Very quiet, especially on weekdays. Great place to take long walks with great paths and scenery. Small town Iowa with convenience store close by.
Went there last weekend had to do a walk up everything else was reserved. Clean park area, bathrooms were disgusting though. Talked to the DNR he was very friendly and knowledgeable. Plenty of places to walk around and hike. Overall a good place to stay for a few days but not much to do after that