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15 RV Parks near Guttenberg, Iowa
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Guttenberg. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Guttenberg in the left hand column.
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This is a beautiful Wisconsin state park. But due to state budget cuts staying there can be a frustrating experience. The sites are fully wooded and quite private but have not had maintenance done to them in a long time and so it is almost impossible to level your RV. In addition, there is not a camp host on site or a ranger or any other staff to help you find out which sites are available. We had a reservation through Reserve America and our assigned site was very un-level. The park was almost deserted so we moved to the best site we could find but there was no staff there to tell us what was available, consequently, we got all set up and then had to move.
Gorgeous view of the Mississippi from the picnic area. - mountainfan
Sep 2014 - $23.00
We stayed for 3 weeks to explore the wealth of activities in the surrounding area. This campground is on a backwater area of the Mississippi so you naturally get quite a few bugs and two train tracks that follow the river. All facilities were clean and worked as expected. The owners are very helpful and friendly with most any problem or request. Some low branches hindered our class A but overall the grounds are big rig friendly. Many of the sites are not level, so ride through and park and choose your spot before checking in. Sites are large and shaded but we had no problem positioning for a good satellite signal. Weekends are busy with local campers. Numerous seasonal trailers and homes, which are not a problem for the campground. Though there are no full hookup sites, a pump truck is available for $10. The camp store has a good selection including firewood and propane. Not easy to find but a bargain for the price. About 10 from local shopping. We would definitely stay here again. - Beech35p
Jun 2010 - $26.00
Excellent! This has become our favorite place to stay, due to all it offers. Owners are very friendly and helpful. The restrooms are clean and pleasant. Our favorite part is that we can pull our pontoon boat up to our campsite and leave it in the water all weekend while we camp. They have a nice shop for supplies and fishing gear, including gas and oil for the boat or the car. Also, it is so quiet and relaxing, even on the busy weekends. The sites are large enough that you don't hear everything or everyone around you. - eastlick
Jun 2004 - $24.00
Great place to pull the boat up and camp and that go out fishing or pleasure boating for the day. 40 of the sites are located directly on the Mississippi river with relatively easy access to the main channel. Can get a small to medium sized boat in and out of this area. The camping is nice with mostly shaded sites. The one main downfall of the campground is the twin railroad tracks that run right next to the campground area, but if you want to be on the Mississippi than this just goes with the territory. The sites are very large and can easily accommodate 2 families on one site. Overall would recommend this campground. - eastlick
May 2018 - $42.00
I have not been here in 25 years. It hasn't changed much. Perfect for kids with nice pool, miniature golf, arcade, and lots of activities including outdoor movies and snack bar. Grass spots make it hard to tell where your spot is. Our neighbor's camper was cock eyed half in our spot. I recommend this campground especially if you have kids. - Bjb1775
Sep 2014 - $51.00
Campground was empty during week but crowded during weekend. Lots of large groups that came to party. Our site was on a slight grassy hill. We had trouble getting in site and hooking up to leave because the tires could not get traction and we ended up spinning tires. Our site was pretty close to the next site and the campfire ring was too close to the camper to use. The train track was close to the campground, very busy and trains blew their horn 4 times each - day and night. We visited Stonefield, which is a great place to see. - User3701
Jul 2009 - $48.00
This was our first adventure at Jellystone's and we were quite happy with it. We were in the full hook up section (site 129), it had a concrete pad for a patio, but was a little cramped. Water pressure was a little low, and fire pits are small. It was clean and the staff was very friendly. There are extra charges for some of the activities, but we found them fun and good for the kids. I have already recommended this campground to other campers, we will try another Jellystone on the future. - Del600
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Price above is the "base" price for reserving the site. Wisconsin charges extra for the use of their state parks. As out of state, the choice was an extra $11/night for the RV, or to buy an annual park pass for $38. With that said, the price for this park is absolutely worth it. I stayed in the Wisconsin Ridge campground portion, which offers access to some amazing views, right from the camper. The ridge is above the Wisconsin River where it meets the Mississippi River and overlooks the town of Prairie Du Chien (don't expect dark skies here, there is a well-lit regional airport down there). The campsites that are right on the ridge mostly don't have any hookups, but right across from those are some electric sites that still give a great view. The campground also has miles of well-marked trails. Larger rigs and trailers may have some trouble getting into some of the sites. A few of them are angled strangely and, even with my small RV, I had to perform a few maneuvers to get it angled in properly. Once settled though, it was a great park. There is a concession stand up on the Ridge, and a small campstore right before the park entrance that offers all the basic supplies and cheap firewood as well. - Bogie71
Mar 2018 - $30.00
Our favorite Wisconsin State Park for the last 50 years. Bluff sites are without parallel. However, the best sites are booked solid starting in late spring through early fall. There are first come, first serve sites on the bluff. Outstanding views of the Mississippi and Wisconsin river valleys. Eagles soar the air currents along the bluff. Bluff trails are beautiful but often narrow and treacherous in winter. Canoe rentals are available for the canoe trial through the backwaters of the Mississippi. Rates from 15 to $40 plus park admission. The park has both drop-in and reserved sites. - Kodiak Puller
Jun 2017 - $33.00
Wyalusing State Park has two campgrounds; Wisconsin Ridge and Homestead. Our review pertains to Wisconsin Ridge, which we recommend because the views and sunsets are amazing! This campground is set along a ridge that overlooks the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers. There is one long loop road that goes along the ridge, with the inner sites electric. All but one of the outer ridge sites are non-electric. About half the sites are reservable. The view is so incredible that it would be worth getting a ridge-side site without electricity. The site are all fairly level and include a picnic table and fire ring. Most sites have some sort of shade. The bathhouse is very nice with plenty of bathroom stalls and individual showers opening to the outside. A concession stand with basic essentials and firewood is at the top of the ridge. The terrain around the campground is steep in places, so your calves will be feeling it. - Lets Camp Smore
Aug 2016 - $28.00
We really liked this campsite. It is a destination park for families with a pool, swim pond and large play areas. Our site was long with plenty of space for tow truck, gravel with grass between. Very clean restrooms and showers. There is also bar and grill. We had excellent wifi as the park was very quiet being midweek and we were near the office, bar/grill. We have marked it down mainly as the interior roads are slightly tricky to negotiate the one way system on exit. Also as we are not local and this was our first visit the directional signs need to be improved. - Harris England
May 2011 - $26.00
I would not recommend this place for a family with children. We had the worst experience of our time here. The site we had was on a slope, couldn't enjoy being outside to play games or eat our meals. We had to do that all inside. You are on top of each other, fire pits are next to your truck on both sides since the campers are on top of each other. They have a list of rules, but don't follow them whatsoever. I realized they told me, "No such thing as quiet time." They were right: the people across from us were up till 3:00 every night, blasting music and getting drunk. There was no one here patrolling the place so the people were just relieving themselves out in daylight outside. My kids got to see more than they should have. We left during the day just because of that. The bathrooms were a mud hole after the rain and no one bothered to come and clean them up. We will never go back and will let as many people know it's not a place to go. - mom2britydaw
Oct 2010 - $20.00
It is out of season and all the amenities are closed but it is still a lovely place, and of course is much cheaper now. Wi-Fi was excellent at the pull-thru sites by the storage garages, the restrooms were clean and smart. The place looked well cared for and the sites were level. There are a number of seasonal sites but all are clean and tidy. We would return. - Arthur and Freda
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Used this camp for touring McGregor and Guttenberg areas. Elkader is a quaint town in its own way. Camp appears new with great landscaping, clean restrooms and concrete pads. Recommend highly. - G&S Smith
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Beautiful campground with full hookup cement pads and cement patio. Whole park is nicely landscaped and manicured. The best bathrooms and showers. Great cement walking path around there lake. Just wish they let you catch and release on there lake. - Bjb1775
Aug 2018 - $39.00
Extremely nice lady in office. Extremely clean and spacious park. Shower building was cleanest I have ever seen, with spacious individual shower rooms. Site was very deep, concrete with concrete patio and nice table. Highly recommend and will definitely stay again. Must use satellite, no cable (bad provider in area) and no antenna reception. Our GPS took us somewhere else in town, but we stumbled upon it. I cannot recommend this place highly enough! - DogFriendlyGuy
Aug 2018 - $17.00
Pros: Price; beautiful overlooks to view the main channel of the Mississippi and look across at the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers; most sites shaded & far enough apart for some privacy; concession stand with snacks and souvenirs; many well-marked trails for all abilities; clean bathrooms with plenty of hot water; some sites flat with easy access. Cons: Showers designed so that everything gets wet; some sites (9-13) very sloping and hard to access, especially #10; site 65 adjacent to dump station; some very short electric sites; some sites with electric connection on "wrong" side of RV; no recycle except for return of Iowa deposit- required cans and bottles; sites dirt & gravel with very little gravel. In spite of the cons, we would definitely stay in this beautiful park again. The views of the river are spectacular! McGregor has a very nice restaurant for breakfast and lunch. Prairie du Chien, WI, across the river has many restaurants and stores. I hope to share some photos. - Eldereaglewatchers
Sep 2017 - $16.00
First, let me say the park host is very friendly and accommodating to everyone. He's a hard-working man and keeps the park clean and nice. He gave us some tomatoes, cantaloupe, and watermelon as well as giving the same to other campers, take the time to get to know him. This is a great park, the views are amazing, the Wisconsin River runs into the Mississippi River here. There are many hiking trails and beautiful scenery. We were going to spend two nights but stayed four. We plan on coming back next year if possible. The park is very well kept, the restrooms and showers and extremely clean and the showers are nice and warm. There is a little camp store by the river. Park Rangers came through several times as well as the Sheriff and Police Dept. This is a very safe, clean beautiful park! - DBT
Aug 2017 - $15.00
The views from the day use part of the State park are awesome but there are no views whatsoever from the campground. Large trees, very shaded but sites are mostly uneven so leveling a motor home is a challenge unless you are lucky enough to get one that is even. We moved from our reserved site which we had to trench in order to level to a walk in level site when it became available. Quiet campground. Lots of walking trails and as stated the view is awesome but only from the day use area. Very clean restrooms and showers. Electric is located on the wrong side in all the campsites. - Budmobile
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We stayed here at the New Wine County Park while we visited the Field of Dreams. Nice park and closest campground to the "Field of Dreams"
Very clean, with lots of space between sites.
Quiet and peaceful during the week, a little busier on the weekend but still quiet.
Would stay here again.... - happyflyer
Aug 2012 - $16.00
We camped here 2 nights while visiting family in the area. The camping area is pretty and it's very quiet with being off the highway a little over a mile. There is a county park in the same area and is within walking distance from camping area. But I don't think you'd allow young kids to go alone. The manager's wife I spoke with on the phone was helpful and very friendly. While we were here we saw the manager come through the campground several times; we felt he was available and willing to assist us. We couldn't park in the site we reserved because of low tree branches that would have been resting on our 5th wheel. There's quite a few that are in need of a trim. The road into the campground has a one-lane bridge that appears narrow, but we didn't have any problem crossing it. Some of the sites have gravel on them (but not very much)and some were only dirt and grass. The water had a strong sulfur smell. I'm not sure if it had anything to do with lack of use, we were here 2 nights and there were only 2 other campers in the campground. The manager said it had been a slow summer due to the drought. The bathrooms were pretty basic and clean. But there was no soap in dispensers by the sinks, and it appeared no one had dumped the waste baskets for quite a while. There were no outside garbage cans or dumpsters. There is a picnic pavilion and playground equipment at the campsite. This was a decent place. The manager and his wife seem to be nice people and willing to help in any way they can. - mkkk
Aug 2011 - $18.00
This is a quaint little county park. When we stayed here, it had been under water several weeks ago after a bad flood in the area so things were still a little soggy. We were passing through the area, and we were the only campers there. The sites are a mix of grass pads and rock pads depending on the site. Most sites are shaded, and some of them back to a small stream. Having water available at the site was a plus. Two adjacent sites share a single pedestal, so depending on the site, your utility connections may be on the opposite side of the coach. We could still reach everything using 25' cords and hoses, though. There is nothing to do at this campground. A short walk from the campground leads you to the public park and shelter area which has a well maintained playground. The restrooms and showers were surprisingly very nicely maintained. It appeared to be a newer building. Oddly, there was no place to dispose of trash anywhere in the campground. - jalan
Sep 2018 - $49.00
Our experience was pretty good. Fishing was what it is. I couldn't fish because the winds were so strong. Probably won't go there again. - Cory S
Jun 2016 - $36.00
This place is beautiful and GREAT with kids. We had unlimited stuff to do, and actually ran out of time before we even got a chance to go on the boat ride through the cave. We will be coming back here for sure, and bringing more family with us! The best places to stay are right as you come in to the park along the bluff/creek. if you have kids, stay close to the playground too. Unless you are staying along the bluff as you drive in the spots are fairly small for larger RVs. You're better off with a smaller travel trailer, RV or tent camping. The roads leading to the park are very hilly, so make sure you're not too loaded down or have enough HP to pull up large hills. We got NO service for cell phones and no service for antennae TV. The biggest downside to this park is the train track running right through it. During our Saturday night stay the train came through at 1:00 a.m. and again at 4:00 a.m., waking up our dog and young daughter. - Travelaire
Jun 2014 - $38.00
Family friendly. Sites are fairly large and very easy to back into. We were disappointed in the store. Closed at 5 pm and the kids usually go to the store after supper to get ice cream or candy. The staff working during the day, wasn't super friendly. The cave tour is ok to do once. The fire wood they sold at the store was too wet to burn, we had to go to town to purchase burnable wood. We tried to purchase nite crawlers to fish and all the containers were moldy. The kids tried to use the showers, the last night we were there, but we couldn't find them. - Hilgirl