• Wed November 01 2017
  • Posted Nov 1, 2017

If you enjoy getting outside no matter what the temperature, state parks are a great place to visit and to stay. We invite you to continue to camp at state parks throughout the fall and winter seasons. Here's a few things to know:

- Parks are open year-round for camping. Because each park is unique, plan your visit by checking out individual state park web pages ahead of time or call the park to be sure facilities are available. You can also find out park winterizing plans on the state parkalerts-and-closures page.

-Electricity is still runningat modern campsites.

- Modern restrooms and showers are closed in most state parks by the last week of October. Pit toilets are still available.

- Water has been turned off, but some parks still have water available from hydrants.

There's plenty of wonderful camping opportunities to enjoy at Iowa State Parks.Reserve your site today!

Camping in cold temperatures not quite your thing?

Consider renting a year-round cabin at an Iowa state park!

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