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We only spent a night at the resort (actually slept in the cave). One thing to know for sure, bring a tarp or tent to cover yourself. We went in March, so with all the runoff from the snow ir was a very wet experience.
I’ve been here twice as a scout so it was a lot of fun to return as an adult…
First time out with the new RV. We called to made the reservation by phone and was taken care of very nicely. We were told to go straight to our site and setup and they will check on us later. By morning there was a marker on the pole. The beach was clean nicely set up, the office was very helpful…
Campsites are flat and grassy. They back up to each other so good for groups camping together. Has horse tie ups and great trails
This was a quick stopover so I can't comment on the park overall. It is nestled in the woods not far from the Indian Mounds area in Iowa. I stayed at Little Paint Campground. There are pit toilets, but the water said not for drinking. A small river runs by the camp. The park has hiking and…
This is a beautiful campground seated in a valley surrounded by amazing hills. There is minimal phone service. That means you get to absorb nature.
Many different trails for hiking, biking or equestrian. Camp sites are mostly grass. Beautiful park
Nice campground, beautiful stream runs through it. Mountains, valleys, just gorgeous. Clean bathrooms with hot water. Shed with dry wood for purchase. Electricity, potable water connections, sewer.
Bathrooms are close to camp. Camp sites are close to eachother, but there is tons of camping to get away!
Beautiful Park and wonderful Campground with restrooms & showers. they also Supply you firewood.
A great campground for a nice getaway, Cabins are affordable and packed with amenities. There is a small camp store and boat rental where firewood is available. Camp store not open on weekends
Situated within short distance of the Mississippi surrounded by trails and kayak friendly rivers.
I've done this loop several times, and have never been disappointed. Lots of quiet, and many more great views on the upper trails. There are some thin trails down steeper hillsides, so make sure to take it slower if the ground is muddy.
This campground is small and quaint...plenty of space without being too close to your neighbors. Super easy to social distance here.
We visited in winter (February) and while there was snow on the ground, the spaces were kept plowed with easy access to the electric boxes. We were in a…
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Trout streams well fed, campsites spread out well, amenities good for primitive use area. Horses welcome, firewood and ice available. Historical Fire Tower hike/visit is a must. Primitive pack-in sites, 1 cabin available. Modern Cabin is well maintained, electricity, microwave, a full sized…
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We stayed here last summer and it’s a great place to explore the region near the Mississippi River. Lots of amazing views, interactive signs and information that was perfect for our 4 year old. Close to the river and the town which was beautiful also!