This campground has many sites available, including rustic and RV hook ups. The drive out to the park appears to be in the middle of no where, but it's worth he drive. They offer water access to a lake, trails, historical information sites, and guided tours of the Watkins Woolen Mill. If you enjoy animals as well, the park also has chickens and sheep to view as you're visiting the mill. The facilities at the park are also VERY clean and they have showers and laundry available. Definitely a place to camp if you're bringing your family as the hosts are super friendly and helpful and there will be plenty of activities to keep everyone busy.
If you love being by water and waking up with the birds in he morning, this is the place to be. The grounds have accessible camping for everyone included rustic and electric and campers. It also offers nice bathroom and free shower facilities. If you camp rustic, like I did, you camp right next to he upper Iowa river but don't worry because it's not too loud that you won't be able to fall asleep. For those looking for a nice morning hike as well, Pulpit Rock is just across the street and is makes for a beautiful morning hike. I highly recommend watching the sunrise with a cup of camp coffee there.