September 25, 2021 - reviewed by Craig & Jay
Fine for our one night on the road to elsewhere. Friday night all reservable sites taken. 9 electric only sites available for walk up. Worked ok, long drive around to get back to the dump station.
May 3, 2021 - reviewed by Kris
Lord of the Wastelands
Great park. Great crappie fishing in the spring. Some rv sites were built in the 60's and a new edition added in the 80's. The older sites are tight, the newer sites are better. I had #71, and it was tight. Can get a bit windy coming off the lake there.
October 15, 2019 - reviewed by Full Time Rv
Great place large park nice campground full hook up 50 amp we stayed 2 nights in oct. Cold but nice first time into state will stay again when in area
September 24, 2019 - reviewed by Traveling Twosome
We have been to Anita State Park twice now. Enjoy the lake, nearly every site has a nice view and the sites are nicely spaced. Bathrooms- thumbs up. Can’t beat it for full hookup at $19. Weekends look crowded, but weekdays are very pleasant.
September 20, 2018 - reviewed by Dinoc
Not One Pull through
We spent an evening watching 2 trailers and a 5th wheel spend an hour trying to back in to their sites. They finally got settled in after dark. The roads are narrow and the sites are tight. Otherwise a 5 star park
September 3, 2018 - reviewed by Marv
Wow unbelievable Park! We stayed here to and from Sturgis Bike Rally this yr (2018). Can't say enough good about this park. Definitely nice, quiet and a clean park. Price is very reasonable. Bathroom and showers are outstanding! Will definitely stay again when in this area. Redwood restaurant is a must also.
August 30, 2018 - reviewed by Tony
Kiwi from Down under
This camp got us by surprise it was so nice we wished we could have stayed longer the bike trail was excellent. A quite place to camp. good sites full hookup $19 very good value as well. We agree with all pervious comments
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by Janice
Great Place, Would Go Again
We dropped in on this park and found it to be lovely. The weather was typical rainy spring, but the park was nice. Clean campsites, nice paved trail around the lake, clean restrooms and showers. We would definitely go back and try boating on the lake given the opportunity.
April 15, 2018 - reviewed by Julian Caldwell
First time visiting with a 43 foot rig. Loved it. Had show, which was a news experience, but we loved it. Great lake, incredible walking/biking trail. Loved the Redwood Steakhouse.
August 29, 2017 - reviewed by Denise
Beautiful Open Spaces
We stopped on a whim for an overnight and were really impressed. It was a weekday off peak time so we were able to get a full hookup easily ($19/night). The camp Host was very very nice and the other campers were very helpful when we weren't exactly sure where to go. Facilities are very clean & brightly lit. The upcoming weekend will be Labor Day and the Reserved cards are out everywhere! I can see why: beautiful lake, great biking/walking path, and very clean facilities.
May 14, 2017 - reviewed by Nancy
What a wonderful surprise to find this lovely State Park and beautiful lake in the middle of Iowa! $19 full hookup.. Great campground host.. level sites and very clean restrooms and showers! The Redwood Restaurant in town is expensive but an incredible Ribeye!!! They even make it to go.. go early they fill up quick!!
October 5, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Four Mile Paved Bike Trail
The bike trail alone is worth the price of camping here. Best sites for big rigs are on the bottom loop near the lake. Full hook-ups are available in those sites. Overall this is a surprisingly nice little park.