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10 RV Parks near Greenfield, Iowa
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Greenfield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Greenfield in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $19.00
Park has both reservable and walk up sites. Reservations via web site come with a $4 service fee but does guarantee the site. Walk ups are first come first served and are self service with a registration drop post for payment. Ratio of reservable to walk up is about 4 to 1. Standard sites are either back in or pull through. Buddy sites are back in and are priced as 2 or 4 times the nightly rate depending on how many buddy sites are joined, 2 or in one case 4 sites. Sites are priced as full hookup, water and electric, electric only, no electric and tent. There are also several cabin rentals. Price shown is full hookup walk up price. Interior roads are paved. Both 30 & 50 amp service worked fine. Water pressure was good but did fluctuate a little from time to time. Hydrants placed centrally in electric only areas and we saw long hose runs from some of these to camp sites, often sharing the hookup. As mentioned by others, sewer hookup is up hill from the parking pad but is manageable with a hose elevation 'snake'. Two separate bath houses to service the park. Sewer dump located next to the exit. Kids playground appeared well maintained. Good view of the lake from most sites and a nice walking/biking path along part of the lake is 3.5 miles long. As a bonus, numerous geocaches have been placed along and pnear the path. Saw lots of wildlife in and near the lake. Lake has a swim beach, several boat ramps and fishing piers. Powered watercraft is limited to outboard only. No jet skis allowed. Some OTA TV channels but no major networks. Verizon signal 2-3 bars so internet access and phone was okay. There is a campground host but we only saw them once in 3 days. Saw the park ranger each day. This is really a boating and fishing park but is also good for hiking, geocaching, biking and birding. - Bobco
Sep 2016 - $17.00
Showers do not drain well and therefore sometimes you are standing in water as you shower. Restrooms shoul be cleaned more often during busy weekends. Lake is beautiful. - sp123
Sep 2015 - $16.00
Green Valley is a 1060-acre park with a 390 acre lake. The campground is in a quiet, rural location near the lake. There were a lot of shade trees and good views of the lake from most RV sites. The roads are paved with gravel RV sites. Our site was fairly level with an excellent view of the lake. Some sites are rather close to each other. There are 18 full hook-up RV sites, 65 electric-only and several tent campsites. There are several buddy sites and even a quad-buddy site where 4 campers can form their own courtyard. There were also 3 rustic, log cabins, each with a boat dock you can rent. All sites had picnic tables and fire rings.
There are two modern restroom/shower buildings, a playground and a dump station. Water faucets were scattered throughout the park. Half the campsites are walkup - first come/first serve while the other half and the 3 cabins can be reserved online. The lake had several boat ramps, numerous docks and fishing piers. There's a 10 mile trail that circles the lake. The DNR is in the process of laying cement bike paths around several portions of the lake. - OTR-again
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
Jul 2011 - $15.00
I wanted to list this location because it may come in handy for an I-80 traveler looking for an overnight or two. We stopped on our way east from the Grand Tetons and saw a sign on the Hwy for camping. The city park in right in the middle of the small town. It's a self serve site and you pay with an envelope through a slot in a door. There's a small park here and a lighted ball field where people were playing night time softball. You feel safe here (we saw the local police officer come and check for the payment envelope after turning the lights out for the night.) The wife took a shower here and reported them clean and free, but there's a button you have to push after a few minutes. There is a dump station available. Like I said, it's good for a short stop with electricity and a low price. - Parrothead Mike
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
Jun 2018 - $19.00
Beautiful park just a few miles off of I80. We stopped for a single night on a larger trip. The lake and view was nice. - 4n6
Jun 2018 - $16.00
The lake is what brings water lovers and anglers from all over Iowa here. When you drive in there isn't an official check in gate, but signage points you towards the campground. Once you enter there is self check in kiosk as well as a printed sheet listing all the reserved sites. The campground has a mixture of full hook up sites, sites with only electric and a tent camping section. If you need to take on water like we did, you'll actually have to drive through the campground and follow the exit and then come to the dump station where there is a fresh water fill. Most of the sites for RVs are a bit tight but most all of them provide nice views of the lake. The lake has a great paved 4 mile trail around it, which we enjoyed on bike a couple times and in the morning you'll love watching the rabbits, deer and the amazing number of birds along the path. There is also a bike/hike trail that goes into the small town of Anita. The swimming area was well maintained and quite popular on the days we were there. - Two Lanes of Freedom
Apr 2009 - $20.00
Construction in progress. Long site but the swing room to get into a site was very limited. It will take some planning with a long rig with a toad. I would not drive out of our way to get here, but we were going right by. Directions to park are very limited. Self register, but owner is on site looking out the window. - run2
Aug 2008 - $20.00
A nice little park no listed in any travel guide I could find. I happened on the park by an old Google hit from Woodall's (it is no longer listed in Woodall's.) This park is just fine for an overnight stay in an area where RV parks are few and far between. The park seems to be in the owners' front yard, but there is plenty of room for big rigs with tows. The power was "clean" and good water pressure (city water) and there were two sewer hookups at each site (front and rear.) The park is just a couple of blocks south of Hwy 34 on the west side of Creston. We would definitely stay here again for a day or two. - OpaRon
Oct 2016 - $15.00
Beautiful county park, our campsite was on a raised gravel bed with a big fire ring and nice picnic table. Was also beautifully shaded and near a clear rushing River. Electric only, we were in a motorhome. - Hamilhome
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Spacious, wooded county park 35 miles W of Des Moines and 6 miles N of Stuart (I-80 exit 93). Gravel roads and pads, back in sites looked like 30 feet or so. Next to the Raccoon River, with canoeing access advertised (River looked pretty fast to me). Also walking trails. Very peaceful and pretty. - Creigh Gordon
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This little park was a pleasant surprise. We were traveling cross country, but decided to take an extra rest day here. It is several miles off I-80, but worth the trip. The last mile is down a well-maintained gravel road. There is a nearby lake and room to roam. It is extremely peaceful and a great respite from the usual "campgrounds" you find along the interstates. - Camping Granny
Aug 2016 - $21.00
I loved this place! The owner was super cool, it was exactly what we were looking for...zacardias, lightening bugs, full moon, friendly peeps, and quiet, lovely and Awesome!! - Deb Kytle
Jul 2008 - $16.00
Way off the interstate, poorly marked, no one at the check in station. Note on drop box not to use because someone is stealing the money! We were dead tired, got set up and ready for bed, when there was a knock on the door and the attendant wanted their money. Luckily we stayed only one night (well 4 hours). Would not stay here again. - BIGBUBBA1959
Aug 2018 - $22.00
This location is 4 miles SW of Winterset in a nice park setting. There is a tunnel with a low ceiling, but our 10 1/2 footer fit fine. We pulled in and were greeted by the host and he pointed us in the right direction. The sites have a concrete pad on the back, so the tires can be on concrete if you like. We chose to stay in front so the stabilizers could be on concrete. They have electric, but it was quite a ways away. We needed an extension cord. They have water, but it too is quite a ways away and we needed an extra hose. Sewer dump is located on site and works well. No wi-fi here and the bathrooms/showers were a little rough. Nice park, just a bit rough and rural. - mlbpafan
Oct 2017 - $18.00
Be careful coming in because there is a twelve foot tunnel near the entrance. Loved the park, super clean, hosts were great and the price was fantastic. Nice jumping off point to see the various covered bridges and the John Wayne Museum. - Lee and Trace
Jun 2016 - $21.00
We stayed 4 nights. Great park, gravel and cement pads. We loved the park, quiet and beautiful surroundings, wild life and trees. It is clean, the hosts were very friendly and helpful. - gooneybird
Jun 2015 - $15.00
A good place to stay with full hookup sites. The site was fairly level and was able to level up with no difficulty. The hookups were adequate and there is a Verizon tower on the grounds. A great place to camp when the other campgrounds in Winterset are full. There is a sign stating that the campground is closed July 6-20 for the county fair. That date would vary some year to year. We definitely would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
May 2018 - $20.00
We really enjoyed this city campground. The city's Park and Rec director happened to be on site when we pulled in, and he was very pleasant to speak with, and was very helpful. The site we were in was close enough to level that it was no trouble at all to get leveled. The sewer connection at each site is not threaded, which I wish were never the case, though it is not a huge deal. The park was quiet and very peaceful during the night that we stayed. The sites have a nice amount of room between one another, and the grass throughout the park is in great shape. We really enjoyed the Winterset and Madison County areas, and plan to return in the future. - KeystoneTT
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Only $20 total for a Water/Sewer/Electric back-in. The six pull-thru sites do not have sewer. Unfortunately our site was about the most unlevel of any site occupied in the past 5 years. One set of rear duals was off the ground. Probably my fault for not walking the sites before selection since sites are self selected although many appeared to be quite unlevel which could be relatively easily rectified with the City's equipment. Only two of the three major tv networks can be received OTA. A single water spigot is shared between two sites. We always carry a wye hose connector so our neighbor could connect. Not sure what would happen if one was not available, take turns having water. Only the City Campground employees sped through the campground faster then the 10 mph limit while we were there. Using the address 225 s. 10th in our GPS took us in circles. Using coordinates got us to the City Park entrance which is different then the City Park Campground entrance. Using the address 1000 E. Court Avenue got us to the sign pointing toward the campground. Electric and sewer service was good. AT&T had one or two bars. Picnic table and fire pit. Nice grass surrounding the site. - Markk
Sep 2017 - $20.00
We stayed here to see the bridges. This a nice campground, sites fairly level and there are a few pull through sites. We didn't use the restrooms or shower. Would stay here again, we camped in a 5th wheel. - DBT
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