Lewis and Clark Campground

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Lewis and Clark State Park is a relatively small state park surrounded by the 250-acre Blue Lake. The park is named for Meriwether Lewis and Captain William Clark who were commissioned in 1804 to head the expansion expedition into the northwestern United States. The frontiersmen spent ample time at the site of today’s park. When you visit, you can see a full-size reproduction of the keelboat they used. Although the park is relatively small and covers only 176 acres, there’s still plenty to see and do. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife on miles of nature trails. Take to Blue Lake for swimming, fishing, and boating, or enjoy a picnic along the shores. And if you decide to stay for a while, you can also camp at Lewis and Clark Campground.

The campground at Lewis and Clark State Park has more than 100 campsites featuring both electric-only and full hookup sites. Most of the sites are situated along the shores of Blue Lake. The back-in sites can accommodate RV rentals up to 65 feet long. There are also several pull-through sites that can fit RVs up to 90 feet long. Amenities at this Onawa campground include modern restrooms, hot showers, and a dump station. Forgot something at home? The camp store sells firewood and other camping essentials. A playground is located within the campground loop as well.

The Great Outdoors

Another awesome state park in the local area is Preparation Canyon State Park. In Moorhead, the 344-acre park is relatively undisturbed and undeveloped. That makes it the perfect spot for someone seeking peace and solitude when camping in a travel trailer near Onawa, IA. The park is an excellent place to enjoy a cookout or picnic. Make your way through the Loess Hills along streams and springs on one of the many hiking trails found on the grounds. The park also features hike-in camping.

If you’re willing to drive for about half an hour, there’s another excellent state park to check out in Sioux City. Stone State Park gets its name from the numerous bluffs and ravines that make up the park’s 1,069 acres. Adjacent to the Big Sioux River, there’s plenty to do and see here. Whether you prefer to be in the water or on land, the park has something for you. There are six miles of equestrian trails, eight miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails, and six miles of mountain biking trails. There are also picnic shelters, cabins, and opportunities for camping. In the nature center, you’ll find several interpretive exhibits, a 400-gallon aquarium with native fish, and natural dioramas.

Traveling can be a little tiresome at times, and sometimes you just want to see the sights from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. If that’s the case, hop onto the Loess Hills National Scenic Byway. The Loess Hills are made almost entirely of windblown soils. The landform covers more than 1,000 square miles along the eastern edge of the Missouri River flood plain. Check out the spectacular Loess Hills when you rent a camper near Lewis and Clark Campground.

Exploring the City

Visit the Monona County Arboretum when you book a campervan rental in Onawa. The stunning garden is home to more than 300 trees and shrubs from over 75 species. Spreading across 11 acres, the park is also home to a butterfly pond/garden area. Come for a few hours and check out the beautiful outdoor space and enjoy a picnic lunch under one of the pavilions.

If you enjoy a little gambling, then check out the local casino when you book an RV in Monona County. Here, you’ll find an assortment of slot machines, various table games, and a few electric table games. And even if gambling is not your preferred pastime, the casino has several dining options, regularly scheduled events, and other attractions.

If you’re into quirky and creepy things and don’t mind a bit of a drive, you can check out the world’s only three-story rotating jail. Squirrel Cage Jail in Council Bluffs was built in 1885 and remained in use until 1969. If you don’t know what a rotary jail is, consider what the combination of a lazy Susan and a slice of pie might look like. Odd yet functional, rotary jails had only one entrance and one exit. This allowed the jail to be controlled by a single deputy. Today, visitors can join in various tours to see what this unique jail looked like until it was abandoned in the late 1960s.

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