Services And Fees

Amenities :

Spring Lake Campground is what we refer to as a “vintage campground”. It is known for beautiful views, peaceful surroundings, excellent fishing (when the water levels allow) , the Great River bike trail and a place to get away and relax. We have a Camp Store that offers a small assortment of gear, bait, snacks, cold drinks, hot coffee and bags of ice to buy, as well as a few vintage games and a nice place to relax. We rent canoes, kayaks, and paddle boards . that launch right from our boat ramp to the lake (until Oct. 1st when the lake is closed for duck hunting season.). We have bundles of firewood to purchase for $5 and fire pits at each site. We have several port-a-johns located around the campground but no shower house at this time. We have merchandise such as t-shirts and sweatshirts available to buy in the Camp Store. Spring Lake Campground is just that- a place to camp and enjoy the outdoors! We offer access to the lake, nature, bon fires, sunsets and stars.

Seasonal Camping-

 To check availability and pricing, call James at (563)468-1411

Includes:
  • Reserved RV site for the entirety of the camping season (March 1- October 31)
  • 30 amp electric hookup and fresh water
  • access to dump station
  •  boat ramp/ lake access
  • The option to store your camper for the year with an additional payment

Nightly Camping-

$35 for Premium Larger sites/ 30 am/ water front 

Includes:
  • boat ramp/ lake access
  • 30 amp electric hookup and fresh water
  • access to dump station

$30 for 30amps/ water sites

Includes:
  • boat ramp/ lake access
  • 30 amp electric hookup and fresh water
  • access to dump station

$25 for Primitive Sites

Includes:
  • boat ramp/lake access
  • port-a-johns
  • beautiful views (especially on the peninsula)

Flat Boat/Kayak/ Canoe/Stand-Up Paddle Board Rental- (NOT available from October 1st until the end of the state duck season, PLEASE call ahead on weekdays for availability)

$10 an hour or $50 a day

Includes:
  • access to boat ramp
  • use of oars/paddle, life jackets

 

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