A nice park located at the "bottom" of the bourbon trail. Sites are definitely not big rig friendly. A Jayco 24 ft trailer came in while I was there and used a power mover to get into the site. The surrounding area's attractions makes up for the difficulty in parking the rig. Most of the sites are unlevel either side to side or front to back, some more so than others. Using poi-factory.com data has the park on the wrong side of the street. Fee to dump. Wi-fi is good. IMHO, small A's, B's and C's are good to go. Trailers or 5th wheels, well, good luck in getting a friendly site.
A very nice campground about a mile north of I-80 at exit 106. Very friendly staff. Not a lot of shade but sites are spaced out far enough to keep you from feeling like your neighbor is on top of you. Definitely would stay here again.
Nice quiet campground just east of Hwy 1 on Hwy 22. Located next to the Kalona City Park and swimming pool. Although there are technically 28 sites, in reality they are not set up properly so it is more like 14 pull-through sites. Only a couple of sites have 50 amp but most are dual 30 amp. Restrooms/showers are new and clean. Single dump station at the entrance, $10 if you're not staying here, only issue is you have to block the single lane in/out for the campground. No reservations accepted, and if you are paying cash you can run down to City Hall and hand it over if you're uncomfortable stuffing it in the box as we were. We'll stay here again (if we don't buy something first).
A very nice campground except for the noise from the interstate. And the rules, lots of them. Shady pull-through spots and spaced far enough from your neighbors that it isn't a problem. WI-Fi signal was adequate except the actual internet connection was pretty poor. I wound up using my phone as a tethered modem which gave me a much better internet connection. Relatively close to historic attractions and right on historic Route 66. Cable TV available with 10 channels available although 2 of them didn't work. Most of the sites don't appear to be satellite friendly, I might have been able to find a hole through the trees if I wanted to spend some time hunting. I would definitely stay here again should our travels bring us this way.
We stayed here based on other reviews. We were very disappointed, site they gave us was on the "street", in area of long term residents, no shade, yet there were numerous shady sites available (and continued to be available right through our departure). The picnic table is right on the street and after a big thunderstorm it became an island surrounded by water which didn't recede until late in the day. We had to avoid the dog waste to walk to the restrooms and showers. The Wi-Fi is spotty at best, there were several times I tried to connect only to find no signal.
Nice park but as previous reviewers noted all the riverfront sides are taken by seasonal campers from May-Sept. And the trains, oh my! Pretty empty on weekdays but only a handful of sites are available due to seasonal campers.