Nauvoo is tough for an extended stay. If you’re just staying the night then any park would be fine. You have 3 options. We’ve stayed at two of them. The State Park is beautiful. It has Water and power but no sewer. It’s the closest to the historical sites.
Camp Nauvoo has full hookups but absolutely zero internet or cell reception. The park is very rundown. These are the two we stayed at. The third option, which was my last choice just might be your best option. It is small but has cell reception and full hookups. It’s right in the business district and neighborhood. It’s a tough stay in Nauvoo.
April 1, 2017 - reviewed by Andrew
Needs Investment And Renovation
The manager is sweet and very helpful. The facility is very dated and run down. It is in a great location if you are visiting Nauvoo.
July 2, 2016 - reviewed by Henry
The campground is located across the street from the old Mormon town of Nauvoo which is historical significant. They do Free performances in period costumes, and it is not to be missed.
June 4, 2016 - reviewed by Wayne
A very nice facility. The staff is very nice and it is very economical. The facility is a little run down but the benefits outweigh this
May 2, 2016 - reviewed by B.
A Very Scenic Park
This is run by RLDS but they welcome everyone. It's located along the Mississippi, and the grounds are lush and spacious. Showers look good, though we didn't use them. Laundry consists of one each washer/dryer located in the women's. There's a coin laundry in downtown Nauvoo that our GPS failed to tell us about.