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5 RV Parks near Alton, Iowa
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Alton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Alton in the left hand column.
Sep 2004 - $10.00
Sites are right next to one another. Park is made for RVs with no slides. Can get in, but might be within 4 inches of your neighbor with slides out. Only 4 sites are 50 AMP the rest are 30 AMP. Most are grass sites a few concrete pads. All sites are back ins. The neighborhood is quiet. - Tallboy
Jul 2018 - $18.00
This is a place we will come back to again and again. The beach and swimming area beat any swimming pool in the area, especially for youngsters. The park was clean and quiet even though we went over the 4th of July. Another reason to go here is you could see the town firework show from our site perfectly. The showers are new and well kept. The only thing of note not to like is the bugs. After a big rain and in the heat you can expect bugs nestled in between a pond and a creek, but to be honest, stay by the fire or in the water and you never notice them. - sucp123
Sep 2017 - $18.00
This is a city park. There is lots of shade. It has a large pond and some kids were catching fish and having a great time. There is a golf course next to the campground. We didn't see any geese at all when we were there. The camp host was very accommodating an very friendly. There is a Blue Bunny ice cream museum and soda fountain. The ice cream was great, the museum was very disappointing. We camped here in a 5th wheel and would definitely stay here again. - DBT
Aug 2017 - $18.00
The hosts are so amazing. We talked to them several times over the course of a few months as we were making arrangements and they were just awesome. Helped me pull off a great surprise for my best friend and put us in 2 great sites next to each other. Sites are a little close for privacy but totally worth it for the peace and quiet atmosphere. Brand new shower house was built recently and it's beautiful. The lake that the campground borders is beautiful and great for swimming and fishing. The Blue Bunny Ice Cream Parlor is right downtown only a few miles down the road. There is no dump station on site but it's literally 3 blocks down the road. Can't beat $18 for electric and water! Will definitely be camping here again when in the area! - Dan-Nichelle Inman
Dec 2015 - $20.00
We stay at this campground every few months while visiting family in the area. We've stayed both summer and winter (on our way to warmer climate) and always find a good, level pull through site. It is self-pay. There are large shade trees so you have to maneuver to get satellite service. The park is well maintained with playground and disc golf. Restrooms are clean when open but closed in winter. The railroad passes close by, though we aren't bothered in a motorhome. Most sites have a picnic table and fire pit. It's a nice place to stay overnight or longer. - prius10
Sep 2011 - $15.00
Very nice clean campground. Restrooms/showers were extremely clean with GREAT water pressure in the showers. The only draw back is that it is right next to railroad tracks: a train goes through about every hour. However, we were using a fold down camper: perhaps with a travel trailer or motorhome you would not notice the noise. If you stop here and do not feel like cooking, be sure to try the roasted chicken at the Dandy Dairy. YUMMY! - Rhonda Koppenhaver
Aug 2010 - $15.00
Nice city park camping. Restrooms with showers are available. There are pull-through and backin sites. Most sites have shade. Park has picnic shelters, trails and a playground. It's well-maintained, clean and neat. Trains do run along the front of park: get a site toward the back if you want a more quiet site. Good for an overnight. Close to town and all services. Has water and electricity at each site and a dump station. - mvano
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Maps show this as a State Park,but it's run by O'Brien County Conservation Board. Concrete pads,shaded sites,fire rings,walk to lake beach make this a very popular park. No reservations taken. Open May 1-Sept 30. Lots of grassy picnic area. Perhaps noisy when full. - bugsy