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4 RV Parks near Corning, Iowa
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Corning. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Corning in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $19.00
Beautiful park on Viking Lake. Quiet, clean, camp host very helpful. Why only average rairing.. .very unlevel lots. - Long01
May 2017 - $16.00
Great park to visit. Great amenities in the campground. Water in the showers was cold late in the evening one night but then very hot in the mornings. The grass was 6 inches tall and needed to be mowed. Having two dump stations was a big plus when people lined up to get out on Sunday. Great fire pits and picnic table at each camping spot. We will come back here someday. - Candbs
Jun 2014 - $16.00
Viking Lake is located in a 1,000 acre park in SW Iowa and is one of the most popular state parks. VLSP was surrounded by forest, had well maintained grounds, a playground and two modern, clean restroom/shower buildings. Showers are the 'push-button' type with no water temp control, but the hot water temperature and pressure were OK. Cellphone reception wasn't the best; may depend upon your provider. There is a 5.5 mile multi-use trail around the lake and a 1-mile Burr Oak Nature Trail. There's a sandy beach (unsupervised) located on the west shore, 4 boat ramps, 6 fishing jetties and Deb’s Lake View restaurant which was (seasonally) open for breakfast, lunch and dinner but serves no alcohol. The same building also housed a boat concession selling bait, ice, firewood, fishing gear, rents motor boats, paddle boats and pontoons. The roadways are paved but the sites are gravel. The newer 'upper' campground area appeared to have the most level level sites; some with views of the lower campground below by the water. The lower 'lakeside' campground sites near the lake were closer together, more crowded and mostly occupied full-time. The lesser crowded 'West' campground near the tent area had more room between sites. The campground has nonelectric, electric, full hook-up, and buddy campsites and two dump stations. Our electric-only site cost $16. Note - pick your site cautiously; we discovered our advance-reserve site (#25) was the most un-level we've ever come across. We had our front auto-levelers maxed out with 4 boards underneath plus about a foot of boards under our front tires and were barely level. Saw many other motorhomes and 5th-wheelers with what looked like a small forest of lumber under their rigs too. - OTR-again
Jun 2016 - $16.00
We camped here with our vintage Airstream for a rally with 13 other Airstreams. The roads into the park are plenty wide and directions were good. The campground had adequate spacing between sites, not generous, but sufficient. The sites were mostly gravel and grass. Leveling was good, just a little adjustment but nothing drastic. Nice paved roads for walking down to the lake that had a couple docks for boats and a fish cleaning station. The sites were shady and kept clean, in fact the whole campground was very clean and well maintained. The shower house was very clean and in some state parks keeping them clean doesn't seem to be a priority but they kept these shower/toilets clean and maintained. Water pressure was good, though you do have to push the button every couple minutes, but no big deal. We stayed here four nights and would stay again. The park is in the southwest corner of Iowa, not far from Missouri. We visited the surrounding towns which had special activites the weekend we were there. Clarinda had a 1940's festival with Big Band music; great steak house there. - JonesAussies
Apr 2012 - $11.00
Very clean big state park. Water is available in each section but not at the site. The water was on when we stayed. The sites are gravel and mostly level. Our site had 50amp but not sure if all do. We were the only campers there for 2 days and it is a big park. We could not get our WiFi to work and there were only 4 PBS channels on the antenna. The Verizon phones worked well. A very nice park and would stay again even though TV and internet wasn't available. - Fulltime 5er
Sep 2011 - $16.00
Great little State Park. Swimming beach. Disc golf. Hiking. Restrooms newer and clean. The non-electric sites, with a few exceptions, are very much "tent only" though save maybe for a fold up tent camper. - User988
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
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