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Lil' Bit of Country RV Park is located at the west edge of Strawberry Point along Highway 3, where the flat land of Iowa meets the cliffs of the Mississippi River. It features 16 full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly (option of 30 or 50 amp). Many of them are pull through accessible. The park provides limited Wifi, welcomes pets on a leash, and has a sewer hookups at every site.
Campsite amenities offered include picnic tables and fire circles. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as biking, hiking, fishing, and wildlife watching.
Our little community has 2 banks, grocery store, hardware store, pharmacy, restaurants, NAPA auto, 2 gas stations, including Casey's pizza, Dollar General, and a historical hotel who guests have met a ghost or two. The Mississippi River, 40 miles scenic drive from our RV Park, offers great recreational opportunities, including a casino at Marquette, IA.
The campground is also near attractions like:
Come and experience the beauty and fun of Northeast Iowa. See you soon!
Open Dates: April 2 to October 22
2 VEHICLE PER SITE ALLOWED EXTRA PARKING IS PROVIDED NEAR SITES
PETS ON A LEASH. CLEAN UP AFTER THEIR POTTY RITUAL.
CANCELLATION NEEDS TO BE MADE WITHIN 24 HOURS OF RESERVATION TO REFUND DEPOSIT
CHECK-IN BEFORE 7 PM CHECK-OUT BEFORE 1 PM
NO DAILY DEPOSIT. 1/2 WEEKLY OR MONTHLY DEPOSIT.
Big Rig Friendly
Fire Ring / Grill
Back-in RV Sites
Pull-Thru RV Sites
Kayaking & Canoeing
Big Rig Friendly
As you enter driveway from the south, the office is to your right and the sites are to your left. They are from 1 to 16. To your left also are the laundry, shower facilities and the children's play area. There are 8 back-in sites. Follow the road up a short incline, to the left is a group site for 3 RV's - back-in & pull through. Continue to follow the road to 5 pull through sites. All the upper sites look out over a country valley.
Dianna Van Baale