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The spots are spaced out and angled nicely. Good view of the river. Has a nice handicap accessible dock. Very clean and well kept. The trains are noisy, other than that very quiet.
The park specializes in environmental education and the Eagle View Eco Center with exhibits and native live animals, trails, prairie, observatory, amphitheater, 1 mile stretch of the Wapsipinicon River with paddling access, a modern cabin that sleeps 6, ADA accessible. Limited primitive camping…
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Stayed just overnight and enjoyed the dam at sunset. Stayed here the weekend before the Derecho damaged so many of the trees. Would love to go back
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Camping area is small and so is the sites. But, trails are concrete so people with mobility concerns can easily get around. There is WiFi available at the Conservation Center and if you grab at camping site at the end you can get the WiFi.
Relatively wide open, sites adjacent to one another. Utilities all worked fine, decently maintained. Non-camper traffic is annoying (event center inside CG), lots of people well above ppsted 10 mph limit. Recommend getting site well away from any of the entrances or roads that lead to event center.
This Army Corps of Engineers’ campground is on the banks of the Mississippi River. Your federal pass gives you half price so the $20 nightly fee is reduced to $10.
Some sites are directly on the river. Site 13 seemed to be one of the best situated. We stayed in Site 12 which had a beautiful,…
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We tent camped here for two nights so we could visit the Amana Colonies. This is an RV park with tent sites on the lawn around the perimeter. A bit of a walk to the bathroom and showers, but the sites were level with short grass. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, and everyone was…
Stopped here in September. Very nice and clean! Beautiful area!
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We used our bikes and biked around the colonies. Place was clean, showers and bathroom great. We were there after Labor Day and had section to our selves.Lots of dump stations. Minimal tres however.
CG is spread out along pines, forest, and open areas including shoreline to Coralville Lake. Sites include electric or primitive. Multiple shower/restrooms, firewood available, recycling, beach and boat ramp, COE Visitor Center near by, ice cream shop just down road, trails, well maintained…
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37 full-hookup sites, some tent sites, all right on edge of town. Adjacent to Kitty Creek, joins Maquoketa River. Some concrete pads, most are gravel, fairly level. Pretty tight layout, average of only 30-40' between sites. New fire rings, picnic tables in good condition. Bakery and other…
Facilities were well maintained and the staff was great!
Traveling with 3 younger kids and they enjoyed all the activities.
We'll be back here again, for sure.
Basic cg with open and shaded sites with $17 or w/o electric $12. Restrooms with showers and soda machine, cg host onsite, river access, playground, good fishing and paddling.
Great place to kick back and relax. The trail through the campground takes you across the river where you can find canoe and paddle boat rentals, and our favorite an off leash do area. We all took the trail into town and found a BIT Brewery where we enjoy woodfired pizza and brought some beer home…
Gorgeous surrounding, something for everyone. No strict rules. Environmental center for kids and adults alike and a cafe. Lots of bugs, high humidity and it can flood . Electric hookups no water hookups but a pump at many sites.
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