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Nelson Dewey State Park is located at the edge of the Mississippi River within walking distance from Cassville, WI, and the Stonefield Historic Site. The park sits 15 miles from Guttenberg, IA, and can be accessed via the Great River Road. Nelson Dewey Park's dramatic bluff views, impressive hiking trails, and dense woodland make it a popular destination for Grant County campers and others who are out on a fun-family excursion.
Sprawling over 756 acres in Grant County, the state park is carved from what was once the Stonefield estate of Nelson Dewey, the State’s first governor. Whether traveling as an individual or are traveling in a group, the park delivers fun and activities in large quantities. Whatever you plan to go camping, watching birds, or a little hiking, book an RV in Grant County and experience the best that Nelson Dewey State Park has to offer.
For outdoor lovers, Nelson Dewey State Park offers activities all year round. You will not be short of something to do while there. If bird and wildlife watching is your favorite activity, join other enthusiasts at the Dewey Prairie Heights for a fill of the fun. Pack your binoculars in your RV rental as you will have plenty to see. Should you have forgotten your binoculars at home, purchase a pair at nearby Cassville.
While at the park in the winter, enjoy one of your favorite water sports such as snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. The roads are not maintained at all for these snow activities, so you enjoy the sports at your own risk. If the wild and free is what tickles your fancy, this could be the activity for you. Day visitors who are not camping at Nelson Dewey State Park, park outside the park and ski or walk to the sports areas.
Hunting is another popular sport at Nelson Dewey State Park. It is allowed at the park at certain seasons only and is done in designated areas. Trapping is also allowed at the park but is limited during some seasons. For lovers of hunting, this is the park to visit during the permitted seasons. Don't forget to wear your appropriate hunting colors so that others may see you.
When you are planning to do some RV camping at Nelson Dewey State Park, you will have an opportunity to enjoy a blend of modernity and the wild outdoors. Nelson Dewey Park’s two campgrounds are available for group and family camping and can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet long. Amenities include vault and flush toilets and shelters. Each of the campsites has a picnic table and fire pit, and some offer electric hookups, while others do not.
Other amenities at the campground include drinking water, restrooms, hot showers, recycling, and trash center and a dump station. There are 120 campsites on the group site area, and each can accommodate up to 40 people. The family campground has 45 camping spots to pick from. There are some four, family backpacking sites on the bluffs that overlook the Mississippi River. Leashed dogs are allowed at the campsites, so don't forget Princess.
Generators are not allowed Nelson Dewey State Park for overnight visitors. Day visitors are permitted generators at the discretion of the park manager. When you plan to camp in a rental motorhome at Nelson Dewey State Park, you can make reservations in the period between May and the Columbus Day weekend. After this reservation period, the sites are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
At the end of your stay at Nelson Dewey State Park, consider a visit to Cassville for a bite to eat at one of the fine establishments in the city. There are eateries with mouthwatering Wisconsin cuisine, and when finished, visit downtown Cassville and shop for books, toys and other such items in the area.
While still in the area, drive across the Mississippi River to Guttenberg. Consider visiting an old winery for a drink from an old-time source. Driving across the Mississippi River is quite fun and offers a great panoramic picture as you are heading back from Guttenberg.
For those that prefer not to cross the river, the gorgeous city of Potosi is a good alternative to visit. The small city is packed full with attractions for visitors and residents alike. Grab a bite while there and sample the nightlife for something exciting. The city also has a few establishments for all-round family fun so don't second-guess on bringing the kiddos.