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Tipi Camp a Walking Stick Adventures Farm is closed for the season. It reopens June 1st.
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About Tipi Camp a Walking Stick Adventures Farm

Come and camp in our tipi, kayak on the pond, fish, swim, or try a dutch oven meal! We are a PRIVATE site, that includes 4 acres of restored prairie and pond area, trails, rustic restroom in the woods, camp kitchen, water and electricity. Everything is provided except food and sleeping bags. A great meeting place for families and friends. 5 miles from Williamsburg and I-80, within 30 minutes of Amana Colonies, Outlet Mall, Fireside Winery. We set up our tipi camp from June 1 to October 30.(Check out our Winter Camp for dates during January 1 to April 30.) We also offer wildlife, historical or cultural hikes to the Amana/Iowa River Valley area.

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Fee Info
This property is a restored, 4-acre prairie with a private tipi and land to accommodate up to 16 guests per reservation. There is a nearby creek for swimming and fishing. Walking Stick also provides recreation equipment like kayaks, canoes, fishing equipment and beach toys. Just bring your own tents and sleeping bags to enjoy this beautiful, open land. In addition, there are youth group activities such as merit badge workshops for girl and boy scouts, as well as outdoor skills field trips.
Season
June 1st - October 31st
Price
$99.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Features
No ADA Access
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
No Trash
No WiFi
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No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
No Pull-Through Sites
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Location
Tipi Camp a Walking Stick Adventures Farm is located in Iowa
Latitude
41.6682 N
Longitude
-92.087 W
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1 Review of Tipi Camp a Walking Stick Adventures Farm
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Ranger Review: Sun Sleeves from Eclipse at Walking Stick Adventure Farm

Campground Review

This place has a lot to offer. It’s great for solo and couples looking for some relaxation, and families looking for a fun excursion. The area of land you have with this booking is so impressive, and very private. I was able to have a fantastic time. I arrived and was welcomed by a lovely couple eager to show me around and how their tipi set up worked. You could sleep 4 to 6 people inside no problem. I loved the outhouse. I know that’s weird to say, but it was clean, and had this really cool hot water shower set up with some sinks and a curtain. I dunno– I just loved the feeling of showering comfortably, but still being outside and having running water on demand. This place’s intention is to have all the camping necessities on site, so all you have to do is show up with a sleeping bag and not much else, focus on your vacation, and take advantage of the amenities. I definitely felt like it was“easy” to have a good time here. There is potable water and an electric hook up. There was also a few storage bins loaded with pots and pans, dishware, and everything else you could need to make a really nice meal over a campfire or with your stove. There was also a BBQ loaded with charcoal and roasting sticks for hotdogs and marshmallows over the fire pit. Loads of wood for you to use as well. A big sell for me was how there were a few different boats to take out on the lake they have. I kayaked, and there were 2 of those to go along with a row boat and a canoe. There are life jackets provided. You can feed the fish in there, or use the lures and rods provided to catch-and-release the underwater critters. At night, enjoy the light show of fireflies and stoke the fire inside your tipi or out by the waterfront, and think/talk about when you’ll come back for your next visit.

Product Review

As part of the Dyrt Ranger program I am given camping gear to test from time to time, and today I was reviewing the Sun Sleeves from Eclipse Sun Products

Great product! I immediately ordered a second pair in a different color. There are just so many times when you want to protect yourself from the sun but don’t want to apply sunscreen or wear clothing that makes you hot. These are UPF 50+ sleeves that allow you to cover your hands and arms while leaving your fingers free, and the material is very lightweight and breathable. A lot of people kept asking me“aren’t you hot?” but I was comfy even with temps in the 90s. 

I’ve used these for the last three weeks on the golf course, on my bike, while boating, playing disc golf, walking my dog, for softball games, and really just about every activity when the sun is out– including beer festival drinking! The second pair I bought just lives in my car now, because it’s easily the best solve for road trips when the sun comes out during your travels. No more greasy sunscreened steering wheels!

They are super easy to put on, come in different sizes and colors, and are machine washable. The material is very thin and flexible, so when you roll the hand covers out of the way, it doesn’t create this elastic pressure point. Super happy with these sleeves and really excited to be supporting a local company from Boulder, CO.

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