7 RV Parks near Osceola, Iowa
May 2017 - $20.00
This park is great for a overnight the casino was nice a littke smoky but buffet and staff were wonderful. - travelnurse97
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Last stayed here about 7 years ago. It was a dump then and isn't much better now. Okay for an overnight if you can squeeze into a site. Very tight turns and the pads are too small. Plan to drive over some lawn. Not uncommon when you see all the ruts. Cable tv was good as was the water pressure. Pay at the valet, doubt that anyone checks to see if you pay or not. In a good spot if you are traveling. It's a shame they don't re-do this it could be decent. - GOTTOYS
Dec 2016 - $20.00
This is still one of the few camping areas open all year in the north. They have made improvements and repairs to the sites and roads since we were here last winter so it was easier to get in and out for an overnight stop. - Nautical Wheelers
May 2008 - $16.00
Be careful if coming from the North through town, our GPS wanted us to route us under a bridge less than 10 ft high. The RedBuds were in full bloom and beautiful. The fishing is apparently very good here and in the area. The campsites are quite close so it gets a 7 instead of a nine. - stetwood
Aug 2016 - $15.00
30 sites 16 electric, 30 & 50amp. All back in sites with water available on site. large clean restrooms & showers good fishing. Free dump station at Fair grounds 15 electric & 10 non electric. - Edd505
Aug 2016 - $18.00
The roads and sites are very tight and not conducive for big rigs. We moved four different times to get a semi-level site which still maxed out our leveling system. Difficult to get satellite. Park people were nice. - The DnD Adventure
Sep 2013 - $16.00
This is a very nice, clean park which we really enjoyed. The sites are easy to get into and fairly spacious. The park is on a beautiful lake with many activities including hiking trails, fishing, boat rentals and swimming. We stayed here over labor day weekend and although the park was full, it didn't feel crowded. The restrooms were clean and well maintained. Will definitely stay here again when passing through. - User3145
Jun 2011 - $18.00
Plenty of room to hike and bike. Be careful on the upper camping area, the turns on the west side on very tight. Cutbacks have affected Iowa campgrounds as some of the picnic areas are not being mowed, just paths to and around them. - stetwood
Jun 2016 - $21.00
We stayed 4 nights. Great park, gravel and cement pads. We loved the park, quiet and beautiful surroundings, wild life and trees. It is clean, the hosts were very friendly and helpful. - gooneybird
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Loved this park, we stayed in full sun for our sat dish and all utilities worked great. Very quiet and peaceful. Close to the town of Wintersett and all the covered bridges. - michelle 17
Jun 2015 - $18.00
Arriving at the park's main North entrance, we pulled through the rock tunnel with ease. NOTE 12-1/2' height limit here, taller RVs should use the 4 mile gravel road entrance on the park's East side.
We met up with a friend of ours, and stayed in the shady back-in spots. Another friend opted to stay in the wide open full-sun campground loop that has pull-through concrete pads and good satellite reception. All the campground roads are gravel. Our almost-level gravel site was well spaced with a picnic table. The 30 amp electricity was nice for running our air conditioner. The water spigots are located between sites and have a "Y" for both trailers to use at the same time. We did have afternoon sun on our patio side, while sites across the road had morning sun on their doors. A storm the day before left the sites covered with small branches, which we used as kindling for our campfire.
The park's ford was washed out from the rain, so we did not wade or play in the water. The other roads were open for walking.
Verizon MiFi worked some times during the day - OK by me.
We will return. - AluminumCloud
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Sunday, April 16, 2017 Winterset City Park Campground, Winterset, Iowa $20 for full hookups This is a campground on the east end of an historic 76 acre city park . There are 34 sites some with full hookups and others with just water and electric. A 12 site tenting section is also located in this campground. There is a bathhouse with showers. Every site has a picnic table and fire ring. A host greeted us when we drove in. You stop at the brown box to take a registration sheet, then pick your site, pay within the hour. It is a first come campground but now they let groups reserve and individuals can reserve two nights on a weekend. We came in on Easter Sunday so many were clearing out but the host did say most weekends are booked. It's a very nice park and walking over to the park next door there is a playground, covered bridge, hiking trails, Clark (no its not clock tower) Tower, Stone Foot Bridge, and a Stone Arch. The Bridges of Madison County picnic scene was filmed in this park and the Cutler-Donahoe Covered Bridge was also part of the film. One can bike into the village to see the home where John Wayne was born and his new museum. We only stayed one night but would return if in the area again. - gsnakehill
Jun 2016 - $20.00
We called ahead to ask about the campground and reserve a site. No reservations accepted, unless you are bringing a large group or coming for the weekend. OK, so we asked how full the campground was currently and were told there were plenty of sites just go in and pick one, fill out the paperwork and deposit it and payment at the self service kiosk. We asked if the park could handle a 45' motorhome and were told no problem the sites are all 70 feet.
The park has 34 camp sites with 20/30/50 provided at every site: 22 sites have full hookups (E/W/S), 11 have E/W only and 1 has E only. All sites are back in and according to the campground brochure they are 15' X 50', there is no extra parking anywhere. We arrived at 12:30 PM on a Tuesday, only 1 FHU site was available for our week in Winterset as the site reservations were not until June 28 according to the sign. Most sites were reserved beginning the next day, Wed, or Friday. Come in prepared to go somewhere else if the no-reservation system is working like it did for us.
With that being said, this is a great little park! Quiet right on the south east side of town. The city park it is attached to is a wonderful place to walk, bicycle, have a picnic and enjoy nature. It is a quick drive to visit the "Bridges of Madison County" and the John Wayne Birthplace and Museum. - Harley Oma
Jun 2015 - $17.00
This city park campground is a real gem; the city park service that administers this campground is a real credit to their profession. As city campgrounds go, this one should be rated an 11! The full hookups were adequate; the water faucet is placed between two spaces so make sure you come here with more than a 25 foot fresh water hose. The only improvements that could make the park absolutely perfect would be to add more gravel to areas that can become muddy when heavy rains come and the park should add co-mingled recycling. You really do need to call ahead if you wish to stay on a weekend or holiday during the prime spring and summer season. There are lots of things to see and do in the area; so, plan to stay a while if you can. We would definitely stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
Jun 2015 - $15.00
A good place to stay with full hookup sites. The site was fairly level and was able to level up with no difficulty. The hookups were adequate and there is a Verizon tower on the grounds. A great place to camp when the other campgrounds in Winterset are full. There is a sign stating that the campground is closed July 6-20 for the county fair. That date would vary some year to year. We definitely would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret