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Lake Keomah State Park is a 366-acre wilderness in the heart of South Central Iowa. The park was dedicated in 1934 and quickly emerged as one of the most popular outdoor recreation destinations in Mahaska County. At the center of the park, Keomah provides a scenic backdrop for swimming, boating, and fishing. History buffs will love checking out the buildings constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), many of which are still in use.
Planning a Midwest road trip? Book an RV in Mahaska County and you can sleep under the stars at Lake Keomah State Park. You'll find a huge selection of campervan rentals for every occasion, ranging from petite trailers to family-sized rigs. With a home on wheels, you can also tick off other iconic Midwest parks like Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Maquoketa Caves State Park, and Lacey-Keosauqua State Park.
Fringed by golden sand and a grassy foreshore, the swimming beach at Lake Keomah State Park is a fantastic place to soak up the sun. Calm, shallow water makes the beach a favorite with families. Picnic shelters dot the shoreline and are great for enjoying lunch with a view. There's also a lodge that makes an ideal venue for family reunions, birthday parties, weddings, and other group events.
Trails wind through Lake Keomah State Park and offer year-round hiking opportunities. The three-mile trail to Keomah Village hugs the lakeshore and takes you into the pocket-sized town. As you explore the woodlands and marshy areas, watch for local wildlife like bullfrogs, blue herons, and quail. Things don't slow down in the winter, when the snow-dusted trails are used for snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. There's also a hill for sledding and tubing with the kids.
Packing your fishing rod and tackle? In spring and summer, expect to reel in crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass, and channel catfish. Cast a line from the fishing jetty on the west side of the lake or launch a boat and access deeper water. Electric motors are allowed, or you can paddle canoes and kayaks. Ice fishing is a rewarding pastime for Lake Keomah State Park campers in the winter.
The picturesque Lake Keomah State Park Campground features grassy sites shaded by mature oaks and maples. Choose from two types of sites: 50-amp electric and standard non-electric. There are also 15 tent-only sites if you need extra space. All sites feature fire rings with grills for enjoying your meals outdoors. Don't forget your hot dogs and s'mores ingredients. Most RV spaces are back-in and can accommodate rigs of up to 39 feet in length.
Like most state park RV campgrounds, Lake Keomah treats you to modern restrooms with toilets and showers as well as a dump station for RV rentals. Visiting in the winter? The Lake Keomah State Park Campground remains open throughout the year. While the regular restrooms and showers are closed, you'll have access to vault toilets and frost-free water faucets. It's best to make a reservation if you're camping in a motorhome at Lake Keomah State Park during the busy summer months. There are also first-come, first-served sites available for last-minute campers. Dogs are welcome to camp at Lake Keomah State Park, so why not rent a pet-friendly RV and bring along the whole family?
RV camping at Lake Keomah State Park is a great opportunity to explore South Central Iowa. This pocket of the state will win you over with charming towns, picturesque lakes, and lively festivals. In Pella, you'll love strolling around the characterful town center and soaking in the Dutch history. The city is anchored by a traditional Dutch canal and will tempt you with cafes, bakeries, and delicatessens. Visit in spring to attend Tulip Time, an annual festival featuring parades, live music and hundreds of thousands of tulips in full bloom.
Adrenaline junkies will jump at the chance to visit Knoxville, the Sprintcar Capital of the World. For more fun in the sun, head to Lake Red Rock, a 15,000-acre reservoir where you can swim, fish, sail, hike, and camp. All the motorhome camping essentials you could need or want can be found in the county seat of Oskaloosa, a ten-minute drive from the campground. You'll also find cafes, diners, and mom-and-pop stores strung along the bustling Main Street. Des Moines is a 70-mile drive northwest and is a good place to rent a camper near Lake Keomah State Park and kickstart a Midwest road trip.