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7 RV Parks near Rock Valley, Iowa
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rock Valley. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rock Valley in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $16.00
We camp here on the handicap site 36 E for 3 nights. Site was very nice with 50 amp service, no water or sewer. The park had a lot of things going on the weekend there. This is a great Park for children to play. - Goldwinger
Sep 2018 - $36.00
This is a state park and we were not in state so the rate reflects a surcharge for that and the access fee as well. This is a gem of a park. Electric only but lots of space between units lots of trees and grass. Picnic table and fire ring are at each site and they were full up. We got the last site for the weekend. Not a lot around there but we were meeting friends so we were ok. Lots of areas to hike as well. - John S.
Jul 2009 - $16.00
Nice quiet area with spacious sites. Lots of hiking biking trails and roads. Pretty remote - Verizon cell phone signal weak, but it worked. Local TV stations available and satellite in some sites between trees. No water or sewer but good dump station. - fulltime.petes
Sep 2019 - $20.00
Nice park, everyone was friendly. Cell service wasn’t the best. - Randy Wildman
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Park is very nice, spacious sites with lots of shade. Cost is $20 + 5.00 Vehicle pass per day which totals 25@day. Showers and baths were clean, swim beach, fishing, walk and bike paths, playgrounds and V/ball areas. Cities of Canton and Sioux Falls are within 30 minutes. - Jay Miller
May 2014 - $15.00
This city park has is a great place to spend a night or a few days. The area is very well maintained with lots of grass, clean fire pits, etc. Sites are adequate, but not overly large. There is a tree on every site. We will definitely camp here again if we're in the area. - Bobbi1948
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
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
Sep 2019 - $30.00
Agree with the last reviewer. Small RV area with 14 pull-thru sites. The biggest problem is the rumble strips on the nearby road. It sounds like a truck engine brake, very noisy. The other problem is that your RV faces south, so you have the hot afternoon sun on the passenger side. You are allowed to use the hotel facilities, but you need to ask for a key. All of the sites are locked, so you have to go to the hotel registration desk before going to your site. We would stay again. Definitely ask for the lowered numbered sites. - newbies2016
Aug 2019 - $25.00
Park is in the back of the Casino. We called about 15 minutes before we arrived to find out where to park and come in to register. The Casino parking lot is large, so we parked there and went into the Casino to register. We asked for a low number site to avoid golf balls from the driving range and we assigned space #1. Very flat and level and nothing to obstruct our satellite tv. Spaces are close together and all facilities are in the casino. To go in the casino, you must walk around to the front or drive over. The side entrances are for employees. No wifi. Lots of room to walk our dog. There are rumble strips on the road beside the park and cars tend to go over them rather fast. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed a good round of golf. - Wagging Trails
May 2019 - $25.00
Nice small RV parking site adjacent to Indian Casino. Only 14 sites, FHU with grass between sites. 10 miles from Sioux Falls SD. Cornfield on one side, overlooks the golf course on the other side. Young small trees not tall enough for shade or to block satellite signal. Not a family campground, no restrooms, laundry or play area, no wifi at sites or cable tv. Verizon good. Casino staff very friendly and helpful. Good for travelers and big rigs. Check in at Casino hotel registration desk. $35 on Weekends, $25 weekdays. Will stay there again. - Pepper Dan