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13 RV Parks near Audubon, Iowa
Apr 2017 - $15.00
We were looking for an interesting place to stay in the general area to break up a long drive. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We visited in April. This is a nice small campground. The fee is $15 per night. There are 40 relatively small, flat sites with full hook ups. Most are partially shaded. There's a small bath house with hot shower. There's no wifi. Verizon cell coverage was ok. There is no ATT coverage. - dsvt
Aug 2017 - $22.00
Under 10 sites. Neat as a pin, quiet. Laundromat, gas station, restaurant on site with reasonably priced and good food. Close to freeway. A great place to stay if just passing thru. We would stay again!! - jano55
Aug 2011 - $20.00
Five miles East of I-80. Grassy sites with full hook ups including cable TV. Close to Danish Windmill and restaurant with great food. Area is a Danish community with a museum and other points of interest to see. Showers and laundry room available at the Village Station store where you check in. For the price, and the food, we will stay there again. - JAMM
Sep 2016 - $17.00
We pretty much had our pick of spots... Only 3 campers including us at this secluded gem! Connection to power and water was not close and at this time our 50' hose was not long enough. Beautiful lake view with clean bathroom. Only reason I didn't give this campsite a 10 is because there is absolutely NO reception for cell phones or electronic devices unless you purchase a local tracker phone. But that could be a positive also! - Murray Mathew
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Great county park. Some sites have sewer and some 50 amp. Some sites a little on the short side for a 40' rig but most will handle a big rig. Limiting factor on the sewer sites is the sewer connection is in the center at the back of the site. Other than that, this is a great little park. Campground manager very nice. On a small lake with a separate beach. Verizon works good, and some sites are satellite friendly. If you come from the east on Littlefield Rd - do not turn by the park office sign. You will end up in the managers back yard. Go another 1/4 mile and turn is on the left. Several small towns nearby for shopping. Registration is on the honor system. - SouthernNights
Aug 2018 - $15.00
Stayed 1 night, also paid a $4 reservation fee. Great park, isolated and quiet. Most sites were empty on a Sunday night, most looked level, some ... not so much. Ours was level, FHU if you parked 15' away from the tower, water and sewer was even farther. Camp host had a space, but never saw anyone, maybe it was because a busy weekend was over. Lots of rabbits and birds. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Jul 2018 - $11.00
Every single RV site was sold out Friday-Sunday the third weekend in July. Iowans must be devout campers! We had to squeeze into a tent site (#79). Pretty state park with a nice lake, green lawns, lots of trees. - GordonsvilleGal
Jun 2018 - $19.00
Nice rural campground on a small lake. A few sites have full hookups but most are electric only. Some are reservable in advance and some are first-come first-serve. AT&T signal good. Sites are gravel with grass and table. They are spacious but need some leveling. - pbastedo
Jul 2017 - $13.00
Very well kept park. Nice grassy and shaded sites. No problems with my satellite and WiFi was great. Only parked overnight but if plans could have been changed, I would stay longer. Love it. - Gypsygirl2017
Jun 2017 - $13.00
Nothing fancy about this place - the name says it all: it is in the backyard of the owners, with farmland all around. The site was reasonably level, but just grass - if it had been rainy, I could see where it could be soft for a heavy RV. The sign on the door said to pick a site and someone would come around to collect... they didn't, but they do have envelopes so you can self-pay/register. It was adequate for an overnight, and we would stay here again if in the area. - DreamCaptn
Aug 2019 - $17.00
Beautiful park and city; not many hook up spaces I counted 7 and two with water and electric. 50 and 30 amps. Separate dump station. Quiet except around 10 am when children came to play but they were funny to watch. Neighborhood cat roamed around very friendly and dog smart. Easy honor system payment with envelops on the door by restrooms. Restrooms and shower need a good cleaning. Good Verizon signal. Shady parking. - DeanaB
Jul 2019 - $15.00
For a city park, this campground accommodated my needs. Each site offered power of your choice, 110/30amp/50amp. Water needed to be shared and a long hose is required to fill up. The dump station is located beside the bathrooms. Two playgrounds, lots of shade trees, picnic tables, and stationary grills are provided. - RoamingRavenRV
Aug 2016 - $15.00
This is a first come, first serve campground located in the city park. It's a nice, quiet area. The posts all had 20, 30, and 50 amp electrical outlets. Water pumps were available approximately every 3-4 campsites, so a 50 foot water hose would easily reach for anyone needing to fill up. There is an available dump station.
The park was clean, and it had a nice selection of playground equipment. We did not use the showers, but we did take a look in the bathrooms to see what was available. It was your typical park showerhouse/bathroom with painted block walls and concrete floors. The women's was clean, but my husband said the men's could have used some cleaning. A dump station is also available.
The sites were nice & level, but they are pea gravel, so it made chocking the wheels a bit difficult. The chocks just wanted to move around.
Also, they sit right on the street, although it's not a busy street by any means since it's such a small town.
When choosing review options, I chose the sites to be "just long enough for my RV and tow vehicle," but in reality it was just long enough for our 40 foot 5th wheel. We did disconnect the truck and park it off to the side. Overall, it was a nice little spot, and we will definitely return again in the future as we travel through the area. - rcrka
Jun 2019 - $19.00
This could be a wonderful facility with just a little more attention to upkeep. It is adjacent to an abandoned rock quarry so there is fishing available in three abandoned quarry pits. Swimming is not allowed. The pits are encircled with walking/bike paths. Given the rainfall that has been experienced this spring, it is understandable that the grass has not been mowed as often as necessary. The camping pads are spacious and when they were initially formed very nicely defined. They are still nice and level but the vegetation has been allowed to grow on the gravel making them obscure and less defined. I would recommend it for an extended or short stay as the town has much to offer. Lots of small shops, restaurants, and city parks with the typical recreational activities. - Dean Erickson
Jul 2019 - $19.00
WOW, what a great campground! Sites were a little close but there was plenty of green space between each row. Everything was well kept. The camp host and ranger were very nice and the Friends of Lake Anita group deserve a round of applause for what they do there. Wish we would have had more time to explore the lake area and take the walk to Anita. - Travlin Mill3rs
Jun 2019 - $19.00
Nice park! Has a paved trail which circles the lake. Also had various games and activities you can borrow for free. Sites close lake our electric only, sites away from the lake have full hookups. - Frogmaner
Sep 2018 - $21.00
Not a big rig friendly park. There are just about six spots that you can try and back a big rig into. The problem is that road is the width of your rig with no ability to swing and follow the trailer in. They are on tiered bluffs that quickly leave your tow vehicle over the edge on soft grass. Big mud pit when it rains. Gravel just turns to soggy cement. Cross this off our list. - Mleeder
Jul 2008 - $28.00
There isn't much going for this place. I suppose it is somewhat better than a truck stop due to electric/water hookups (and mowed grass), but it would be a close call on spending $28 here or listening to idling trucks at a truck stop all night. (This place was worth at the most 10-12$ a night.) Things got off to a questionable start when I walked into the lobby of the motel to register and almost reeled from the sour, musty smell. This place smelled like a house that has been closed up for ten years. After dialing "0" on the lobby phone to summon a person (the lobby was completely unattended I suppose due to it being lunchtime), things really got interesting when I tried to communicate with the front counter person. His poor command of English made it extremely difficult to communicate. We did manage to complete the registration process but asking a question and expecting to receive an answer I could understand was completely pointless. Finally I heard something that sounded like "go pick out a site", so our registration process was finally and mercifully finished. Driving to the rear of the motel where the 'campground' is located brought us a vista of seemingly randomly scattered water/electric pedestals over a large area of grass with no apparent order. Only a few (maybe six or eight) pull-through sites in the center were obvious in their orientation and most of these were occupied by long-term campers. This was 'free-form' camping at its finest ;-) We drove around and found a place where we didn't have to unhook the toad (we are 40' plus towing a Jeep) and we could easily leave going forward. Leaving gets interesting: When we were ready to leave, I started hunting around for a dumpster or trash can and could not find one. I finally resorted to depositing our bag in the small trash can placed by the lobby door completely filling it up. Oh well... Wanting to dump (at least they had one) meant we had to pass through two large evergreens guarding the exit. We are 8.5' wide, the exit was about 6.5' wide (no kidding!) I had to hold up a tree branch as far as I could while my wife drove through. Even at this, we still couldn't completely clear the trees. The dump was interesting - it is an open 6" pipe coming up an an angle in a concrete slab. At least somebody placed a large broken chunk of asphalt paving over the pipe to keep the neighborhood critters out. The only reason I didn't give this a "1" instead of a "2" was the grass was mowed. Do yourself a favor and keep driving by I-80 exit 46. - John - Tx Hill Country