About Whitebreast Point Shelter
Whitebreast Point Shelter is a day use facility located within Whitebreast Campground. The shelter is located on Lake Red Rock, Iowas largest lake. It is just 10 minutes from Pella, known for its Dutch heritage, and 15 minutes from Knoxville, the Sprint car capital of the world. Visitors to the area enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, biking and viewing wildlife. Click here for a virtual tour of the area. Natural Features: Lake Red Rock is situated on the Des Moines River. Hardwood forests cover the lakeshore at Whitebreast, offering shade and scenic views. Wildlife is abundant around the lake. A wide variety of waterfowl, including the American White Pelican, migrate through the area in spring and fall. Bald eagles can be observed from November through March, and white-tailed deer and river otters are commonly viewed along the shoreline. Recreation: Lake Red Rock offers excellent boating, water skiing and swimming opportunities. Miles of water trails for kayakers and canoeists are designated along the shoreline. Anglers will find crappie, walleye, channel and flathead catfish, northern pike and bluegill. Several miles of trails for hiking and biking are in the area.The 15 mile paved Volksweg Trail stretches west from Pella to the Des Moines River and to the Cordova Recreation Area Facilities: Whitebreast Point Shelter is a conventional open shelter that offers 20 amp electrical service, an outdoor grill, fire ring, water fountain and nearby vault toilets. Nearby Attractions: Des Moines, Iowas capital, is an hour away, with numerous shopping and dining opportunities, museums and the Blank Park Zoo.
US Army Corps of Engineers
Whitebreast Point Shelter is located in Lake Red Rock in Iowa
From Knoxville, take County Highway T-15 northeast for 8 miles. Turn north onto County Highway S-71 and continue 2 miles, following signs to the campground.
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