Scott County Park Campground

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If you are looking for a family-friendly RV campground that gets you out and away from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life, you can't go wrong with one of the campsites at Scott County Park. This is more than just another place to go motorhome camping, it's a chance to enjoy nature and the peace and quiet it brings. The park covers 1,280 acres and offers five different camping areas. Bald Eagle offers full hookups, shower facilities, and restrooms. Both Sac-Fox and Wilderness feature primitive sites with restroom and shower facilities. Pine Grove and Incahaias have electricity, Incahaias has water, and both have restrooms and showers.

Electric hookups are available with 20/30/50 amp service, and each site has a fire ring and picnic table. Bald Eagle is the only one of the five to offer paved pads along with full hookups at the back of the campground. There is a convenience store within the park where you can shop for a few necessities, gifts, firewood, and ice. Most of the pads are level, so you won't need any blocks. The park does offer an Olympic-size swimming pool that is open during the summer. If you book an RV in Scott County for a winter break, you can enjoy cross-country skiing, tobogganing, sledding, and many other winter activities.

Speaking of activities, there is an 18-golf course nearby and an equestrian center a short half-mile down 270th Street. At this county park, there is plenty to keep you busy for those times when you need to stretch your legs and get out of your campervan rental. The pool is heated, has lifeguards, a baby wading area, spray pads, and waterslides. There is a food concession area, and when the pool is open, the certified staff offer swimming lessons for all ages. The park offers a variety of hiking trails; some are designated as nature trails, and others are multi-use. These same trails are open for cross-country skiing in the winter when the snow flies. If mountain biking is your passion, be sure to strap your bikes on the back of your rental RV as there are five miles of mountain bike trails here.

The Great Outdoors

After booking your RV rental near the Scott County Park Campgrounds, you will find there is plenty to do outside of the park to keep you out in the fresh air and sunshine. While you're RV camping in Scott County Park, there are many other places nearby to explore with your family. A few miles to the east is Lost Grove Lake, a 400-acre human-made lake near Eldridge that has been stocked with tens of thousands of fish, has a fishing jetty, lots of trails in the surrounding area to hike, and a hard surface boat ramp for lake access. Park your campervan rental in one of several parking lots and enjoy your day out on the water.

A few miles farther to the east is the Princeton Wildlife Management Area near Camanche, covering 1,187 acres of wetlands and home to an incredible variety of waterfowl. While there aren't any marked hiking trails, you can park your motorhome rental and walk along the dikes, which afford you an excellent opportunity to see the local wildlife. It's a great way to get out and enjoy plenty of fresh air and Iowa sunshine.

To the north is the Barber Creek Wildlife Management Area, a 957-acre area filled with backwater chutes, open meadows, a forested flood plain, and stands of native grass just south of Grand Mound. If you are an avid hunter or angler, the BCWMA has plenty for you, including deer, dove, squirrel, turkey, and waterfowl. Along with this, you might catch brown or rainbow trout. The stream may also have pike, channel catfish, and others.

Exploring the Area

This part of Iowa is filled with museums, parks, and fun things to do with your family. Start with the Hauberg Indian Museum, located in the Black Hawk State Historic Site just across the river in Moline. This is a great place to visit while RV camping at Scott County Park Campground. The museum offers an insight into the Meskwaki and Sauk peoples using interpretive maps, artifacts, and a handheld audio tour as you learn about the last two tribes to live in the Mississippi Valley.

Park your rental RV and plan to spend the day in the Village of East Davenport. Here you will find an eclectic mixture of stores, restaurants, parks, and museums to wander through, along with a spectacular view of the mighty Mississippi River. While you're here, you can also visit the International Fire Museum, located in a historic fire station filled with memorabilia from around the world and a 1951 Mack Pumper that has been lovingly restored with only 8,000 miles on the odometer.

If you have young children, you have to visit the Family Museum of Arts and Science in nearby Bettendorf. This amazing place is filled with hands-on activities, water pools to play in during the summer months, and many other activities such as helping out on George's Farm. There's plenty of room to park a small campervan rental or bring your car and join your kids in having a blast.
Come for the peace and quiet, to interact with Mother Nature, or just get away from it all. Book your RV rental near DeWitt, IA, and start planning your Iowa vacation.

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