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Sample Campground Review
Midwest Premiere Campground: Brushy Creek State Park
Recently on WHO Radio Sunday show Sportsman Notebook was interviewing Kevin Szcodronski from the Iowa DNR. The conversations ranged anywhere from lake fishing to bike trails. A caller mentioned Brushy Creek State Park and Szcodronski stated how it was Iowa’s Premiere state park, and in fact may be the Midwest’s best park. Many campers agree.
Just west of Good Life RV – Webster City off of Hwy 20 Brushy Creek State Recreation Area is a combination of Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Horse-riding, Shooting, and much more. At over 6,500 acres it is one of Iowa’s largest recreational areas. It has over 45 miles of multi-use trails for horse, snowmobile, hiking, or mountain biking. The lake is 690 acres with fishing opportunities everywhere. Anglers enjoy catching bass, bluegill, crappie, walleye, and even musky. Many fishing jetties are located along the shore and the main fishing pier is on the west shore. Three boat ramps make access to the water easy. Two open shelters are available for use and many picnic spots with grills have great scenic views.
Three separate campgrounds make for the bulk of activity around the lake including 2 equestrian campgrounds and a non-equestrian located near the beach. A nice feature about Brushy Creek Campsites is the relative distance to your camp neighbors, there is more space than most campgrounds. The two equestrian campgrounds have horse hitching posts and a combined 230 campsites. Modern showers, horse arena, and full hookups are available at both campgrounds.
The non-equestrian campground features 47 campsites including 39 with electrical and 8 with full hookups. The main campground road is paved and there is a modern shower and restroom facility also. The beach is a short 5 minute walk away and the playground is excellent for the kids. All three campgrounds can be reserved with the park reservation system. Feel free to bring your pets, cameras, binoculars, and video cameras as the scenery is some of the most beautiful in the state. Two shooting ranges afford the marksmen to practice either still target or clay pigeons.
When planning your next vacation or weekend getaway give Brushy Creek State Park a chance, you will not be disappointed.
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