Adventurers Will Love Sleeping At The Campground Located At Iowa’s Highest Point

OK, we’ll get this out of the way: Hawkeye Point is not exactly Mount Everest. When you summit the highest peak in Iowa and survey your surroundings, you’ll find yourself in a place that’s just a little higher than the surrounding farm fields. It’s Iowa, after all!
But a summit is still a summit, and Iowa’s highest point is not only worth visiting, but it’s also worth spending the night. Hawkeye Point is an attraction and campground and a place you simply have to see. Here’s why.

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Hawkeye Point is a common rest stop for drivers on nearby Interstate Highway 90, a highway that runs from Boston to Seattle. Take a side trip here or make time for an overnight visit – either way, Hawkeye Point is worth discovering! Iowa has a lot of quirky attractions. Here Are 13 Weird Places You Can Go In Iowa.

Address: Hawkeye Point, Wilson, IA 51249, USA