Iowa October 04, 2018
Spend The Night Under A TePee At This Unique Iowa Campground
Iowa is one of the coolest states around, even though it gets a reputation as a flyover, cornfield state. There’s no better way to get in touch with the Hawkeye State than to explore its most unique treasures, like the tipi campground that’s hiding in the middle of the Iowa countryside.
Walking Stick Campground in Williamsburg, Iowa is home to the state's most unique campground where you can sleep in a Tipi!
In the tipi itself, you'll find room for up to 6 adults or 10 kids (or a combination of people)!
Bring your own sleeping pads, bags, and cots. The fire ring in the middle will be used to keep your group warm throughout the night!
This isn't a totally rustic campsite - there is a fairly modern restroom.
Running water and a hot outdoor shower is more than most of the original tipi campers were able to enjoy!
Near your site, you'll find a big picnic area with plenty of space to stretch out and relax.
Water and electricity are available here, along with a hammock, fire ring, cooking equipment, utensils, and seating.
Kayaks and canoes are available with your site, too.
The private pond and beach area are perfect for launching your paddle trips, or relaxing on the sand when the sun is shining.
A night at Walking Stick Campground will be one adventure your family will remember forever!
This unique camping experience is sure to make an impression, and you'll want to stay here again and again.
You can find Walking Stick Campground at 2347 L Ave., Williamsburg, Iowa 52361.
Book your stay online here! You’ll love your stay, and it will make you want to explore 10 More Glorious Campgrounds In Iowa Where No Reservation Is Required.