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Discover Waterloo, IA

Straddling the banks of the Cedar River, Waterloo calls for travelers to spend some time exploring its attractions and discover the beauty of Northeastern Iowa. Don’t let the rolling plains fool you – this Midwestern state has much to offer to anyone who is looking for a new outdoor adventure. When you book an RV in Waterloo, you will find wonderful parks, unique museums, and interesting culture. The city is served by MET buses, so you can easily get from one attraction to another in no time. After a day of new discoveries, you can pick one of the excellent dining spots and relax.

If you are up for a day trip, there are exciting cities in the area you can quickly reach in your travel trailer rental in Waterloo. Nicknamed “The City of Five Seasons,” Cedar Rapids is home to top-notch museums full of amazing art and history, and it is only an hour's drive away. The Iowa State Capitol and Pappajohn Sculpture Park are only some of the attractions of Des Moines, the state capital. Sitting on the Mississippi River and close to the border with Illinois, Davenport welcomes its visitors with green spaces and great museums.

The Great Outdoors

The city of Waterloo is home to numerous parks full of greenery where you can relax and unwind. It also has its own state park next to the Cedar River where you can stay for a while when you rent an RV, and its name is George Wyth State Park. In addition to the river, there are four lakes excellent for fishing, kayaking, and swimming. Warmer months are great for hiking and biking, while winter turns the park into a haven for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

The oldest state park in Iowa is only an hour's drive away, waiting for campers to arrive in their Waterloo campervan rental and explore its beauty. The moment you step out of your vehicle, you will be struck by the unique beauty of Backbone State Park, a combination of lush trees and scenic cliffs along the Maquoketa River. The park is named after the Devil’s Backbone, a narrow ridge of bedrock rising like an island from the abundant vegetation. Climbing, swimming, and hiking are only some of the activities you can try in this incredible oasis.

Once you lay your eyes on the sandstone cliffs along the Des Moines River and Pea Creek, you will forget the couple of hours it took to drive to Ledges State Park. Find out why this area has been attracting people for thousands of years as you go hiking the trails or fishing and boating on the Des Moines River. From the scenic Canyon Drive to just sitting and resting your eyes on the greenery full of wildlife, this amazing park offers a unique chance to let your inner adventurer out.

If you are looking for breathtaking views, park your Waterloo RV rental at Pikes Peak State Park, sitting on the confluence of the Mississippi and the Wisconsin Rivers. Several lookouts provide a chance to gaze at the rivers that shaped the area meandering through the trees. The park hides great picnic spots and hiking and mountain biking trails.

RV Parks

There are plenty of RV parks and campgrounds located in and around the city, making it easy to find a spot for your RV trailer rental near Waterloo.

Waterloo / Lost Island Waterpark KOA is located just off U.S. Route 20, close to a waterpark, a casino, and several golf courses. It boasts full hookups, a swimming pool, and a camp store. It is minutes away from a gas station, as well as numerous stores and restaurants along the highway. Big Woods Lake Campground is situated just north of the city, in Cedar Falls. It is a pet-friendly campground with full hookups and Wi-Fi access. Its location on the shores of Big Woods Lake provides opportunities for boating and fishing. Numerous shopping and dining options can be found nearby.

Lazy Acres RV Park is just off I-380, close to the small city of Urbana. Amenities include a fishing pond, a camp store, and several sports courts. There is also a game room and a pavilion. The park is half-way between Waterloo and Cedar Rapids.

Exploring the City

When you opt for an RV rental in Waterloo, IA, you are in for some unique attractions that you can only find in this part of the state.

If you are looking for an out-of-the-ordinary place, pay a visit to the John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum. Discover the agricultural side of the state and find out something interesting about history from the interesting interactive exhibits. From historical artifacts to climbing into a tractor, you are in for an interesting experience.

For a fun day outside in the sun, drop by the waterpark on the south end of town. This tropical-themed park is the place to be if you are a fan of huge water slides ending in refreshing pools. Those who would rather just relax can do so in the lazy river or at the golf course.

Find some peace away from the city as you enter Cedar Valley Arboretum & Botanic Gardens. Over a dozen different gardens are waiting for visitors to explore them and enjoy their variety. In addition to lovely plants, there are educational events and festivals taking place in the garden during the entire year. It is located close to Hawkeye Community College.

A camper rental in Waterloo is the only way to discover the charms of Iowa without thinking about where to stay or when to go, so pick one now and be on your way.

RV Rentals in Waterloo, IA

Waterloo, IA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Waterloo. Outdoorsy's Waterloo RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Waterloo are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Starved Rock State Park, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Devil's Lake State Park, Matthiessen State Park, and Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

What's around Waterloo, IA

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
High Trestle Trail Ankeny Iowa
West Lake and East Lake Trail Loop Dundee Iowa
Weeping Rock and Hickory Ridge Loop Trail Bridgeport Wisconsin
Horseshoe Bluff Nature Trail Dubuque Iowa
Canyon Road and Crows Nest Loop Trail Boone Iowa
Brown's Woods Trail West Des Moines Iowa
Coralville Reservoir - Woodpecker Trail - Linder & Squire Points Iowa City Iowa
Maquoketa Caves State Park Maquoketa Iowa
Cedar Cliff Trail Mt Vernon Iowa
Effigy Mounds Eagle Rock Trail Monona Iowa

Nearby Campgrounds

Waterloo/Lost Island Waterpark KOA

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If you are looking to take a tropical vacation that is away from crowds and offers all of the amenities of a pricey luxury resort, check out Waterloo/Lost Island Waterpark KOA in Waterloo, Iowa. This campground is one of the hidden gems of the Midwest that will provide your family with days of entertainment without an expensive price tag. You can pull your RV into one of the spacious pull throughs and have an amazing time while you are there. The RV park is located behind the main waterpark and offers a vacation getaway that everyone will remember for years to come. They offer full service RV hookups as well as cable TV and WiFi. You can spend your days playing in the water, eating delicious food with family and friends, or play a challenging game of golf while you are there. Waterloo/Lost Island Waterpark KOA even has paddle boats and bicycles you can rent.

John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum

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John Deere is a staple name in farming communities all over the country, and you can check out all of the innovations they have created over the years when you visit the John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. You do not need to be a farming expert in order to appreciate all of the fine crafted machines they have on display at this fascinating museum. At the John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum you can see how farming equipment has evolved over the years to meet the needs of those who depend on it for their livelihood. Expert guides will be there to educate you every step of the way. You can check out all of the signature yellow and green pieces on display and learn what benefits each piece of equipment has in store for farmers of all ages. You may just walk away wanting to get into the farming business for yourself.

Morgan Creek Park

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The Midwest is home to some of the most beautiful rolling plains and natural landscapes around and you will be in for a relaxing retreat when you book and RV lot at Morgan Creek Park in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Whether you are in town visiting family or just want to explore this amazing city, you will get to unwind and enjoy a stress free camping trip. The park offers full service RV hookups and plenty of great scenery. Morgan Creek Park offers over 300 acres of nature land to be explored. You can play and swim down at the creek or catch some local fish. The park offers fitness and adventure trails for those who want to explore the wilderness. You will get to check out the local plants and trees, do some bird watching, and even look for wildlife grazing in the fields. This RV park is located near the city so you can visit the attractions while you are there.

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