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3 RV Parks near Sigourney, Iowa
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sigourney. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sigourney in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $19.00
The campground consists of paved roads and gravel sites. Sites follow the contour of the land and can be very far from level side to side. Roads and sites are narrow making caution necessary on the long curvy entrance road and sharp turns into the sites. Our pull-through site had a picnic table, fire pit with adjustable cooking grate, and open view of the sky for good satellite reception. There is no AT&T data or phone service in the park or nearby communities. Bathrooms and showers were spacious and clean. - never settled
May 2017 - $16.00
Great place to camp, we were there over a holiday weekend so it was a bit cramped but still a great time. The lake is really nice, we stayed in spot 05 and launched our kayaks from our spot and the fishing was great. Our camper was 12-15' off the waters edge. There is also a small dock behind spot 05 which is for public use; so be advised there will be foot traffic through your spot. Overall a great park; we will surely be back! - Campers4Life2016
Apr 2017 - $11.00
Very nice park on the shores of Lake Darling. There are full hook-up sites ($14), electric sites($11), and no hook-up sites ($6). We stayed in an electric site; it had 50 amp service. The campground is on a hillside so most sites have a lake view. The campground is far enough from the highway so that highway noise is not heard. - MkvCjv
Jul 2018 - $16.00
Sites are kind laid out weird. Nice lake but quite a distance from campground with limited views. Would have a nice beach if it wasn't covered in goose droppings. Park is in a rural setting a few miles south of I-80. Town is actually called Ladora but not near it. - Bjb1775
Jun 2018 - $17.00
This is an old city park. It was built in the 60's and little has changed. The sites are in clusters of 4 and might require extra power and water hoses depending on which site you are located. The sites are a mixture of concrete on dirt / grass. As mentioned it is a city park with many activities going on by the locals. Security is by the police periodically driving through. It is conveniently located next to Hwy 34, however there is not much road noise. After checking in, you just pick any vacant spot. There are no discounts. - A hitch and hop
Jul 2016 - $17.00
We stayed here one night on 4th of July weekend. The park was almost full when we arrived late. It had been raining so everyone's firewood was wet. Smoke was so bad that we closed our windows and vents and ran the AC. Our site was water & electric. There was no CATV. We could not connect to the WIFI. Cell service was adequate to use as a hot spot to access to the internet. Access roads inside the park are good. the sites were easy to back into. The toilet building is not adequate for the number of people using it. - R V Camper
Aug 2012 - $15.00
We spent a quick overnight here and that was all we needed, and wanted. We managed to find a pull-through site because the site behind us was unoccupied. The electric service worked well. The water pressure was about 80 lbs. so make sure you use a regulator before you hook up. Many of the other campers seemed to be permanent: antique old RVs that don't appear able to be moved, even though there is supposedly a 2 week stay limit. We didn't have any problem but did not feel secure either. Although we didn't use them, we did check out the restrooms to see if improvements have been made since the last review. We are happy to note that security locks are now in place on the entry doors to the restrooms, meaning the general public does not have access. The facilities appeared to be clean but as a previous reviewer stated, there is no enclosed dressing area for each shower and probably no economical way to fix the situation either since all walls are concrete block. It was noisy at night too. The park borders busy US Hwy 34 and the trains are not far away either. We heard train horns all night long as they issued their warnings at the many grade crossings. All in all we were glad we were only staying one night. - RVeron