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The highway is there and the night train schedule was 22:45 03:10 and 03:15. There are plenty of washrooms. Fire wood is sold at the camp ground entrance. $5 a bundle, cash or check. The swim spot is refreshing and not rocky. Our site was audible isolated from the other sites. Good luck and have…
We stayed here in July, the park stayed pretty busy with the location so close to the highway, but didn't feel crowded at all. The highway noise isn't great, but I expected that coming in here. Great facilities here and very friendly staff.
This campground came to us through Thousand Trails Collection. At first we only had a W/E site and later was able to move to a full hook up site. All sites has a gravel pad with a grass yard, fire ring, and picnic table. The fire rings are sunk completely into the ground for some reason. The…
As expected, bugs are an issue in this woodsy campground. Bathrooms had several issues but they were being addressed as we were there (ie broken sink). There's some hiking trails and nice overlook of the Mississippi River. Longish gravel road to get there, no sign of camp host.
A small shallow lake, very quiet small campground. No big town around but nice country.
Just off 91. My family got an easy pull through site. We upgraded with a patio site that included a nice round patio table with 4 padded chairs, a gas grill, and 2 Adirondack chairs. Very nice for a quick night’s stay when you don’t want to take everything out. It was more comfortable than a picnic…
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Beautiful campground right by a stream that empties into a huge lake. You can trout fish, kayak, and hike. Not too far from town
Clean campground. Randy was great. Amenities were solid. Shuttle service is nice but I felt a little mislead after our phone conversation compared to what happened.
We’ll go back
This is a nice hidden little privately owned campground. The host, Randy is super nice and helpful with whatever you need. There is also the bar/store where you can get refreshments and food. Try to get a site closest to the bluff for the best experience!
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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…
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…
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