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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…
We stayed over Memorial Day Weekend at site 183. It was spacious and very well kept, with a great view of the lake. Wry easy to back in and get set up, almost level and took very little adjustment to get our spot in order. Neighbors were friendly, kids found other kids to play with, and lots of…
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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 RV campground, with both seasonal and weekend sites. Coin laundry and shower room with 4 showers. They have nice level site in a grassy and sandy area, with enough tree coverage for shade but not so much you’re freaking out parking your camper. Big rig friendly. Decent wi-fi and plenty of…
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We picked site 2 and wish we picked 11 or 12. Those sites looked more secluded, where ours was right next to the road/entrance. All in all, the park was really clean, and the bluffs are beautiful. Not terrible, but should have picked a further site.
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
Very quiet, small campground (possibly more quiet than usual being the 1st weekend of the season). Most sites are relatively private. Nice hiking trails within a short walking distance from campsites. There are 4 walk-in sites overlooking the Mississippi River. Clean restroom/showers.
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Beautiful, spacious, and quiet camping and state park. The hiking is awesome! We hiked the Bluff Trail which has lots of hills and steepness, skinny trail with some drop offs but it was fun! My daughter was a little nervous during the hike but I felt safe so nothing to worry about. Just take…
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Bev was amazing to us!
Only 4 campsites and you have to call to reserve a spot but the views are worth it.
Every campsite has water, electric, a picnic table, fire pit, and tree for shade. The showers were being fixed when we visited, so I can't speak for that. A couple of porta potties on site…
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.
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
Really nicely kept camp ground. A bit too close to traffic for a completely quiet night. Bathrooms were warm and really clean, staff was really great and if youre bringing a pet, there were plenty of areas to walk. Fishing was really great catching several fish for dinner including some really nice…