This is beautiful bluff country! The park contains two Scientific and Natural Areas (SNAs), King's and Queen's Bluff. The King's Bluff trail offers a breathtaking view of the Mississippi River Valley. Bring your binoculars; the river valley is a major flyway for waterfowl, eagles, and hawks.
Explore the diversity in this park: oak-hickory and maple-basswood forests, pine plantations, fields, and goat prairies offer visitors excellent hiking and a diversity of wildlife. Look for ruffed grouse, wild turkeys, coyotes, and many species of songbirds.
Back-in sites. Single loop campground. Sites are private with good vegetative buffer between sites.
RV Length Limit
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Handicapped Accessible Sites
Located near shower/bathroom building.
Bicycle campground is located on US Hwy 61 at mile marker 12. The bicycle campground is not accessible from the main park public use area.
2 Sites - Each accommodates up to 20 people
These are rustic sites that accommodate tents only. Porta-potties. Drinking water available. Each site has a fire ring and tables. In addition, the camp has a large campfire area. Contact the centralized reservation service for reservations.
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