Prophetstown State Park
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We were there when a really heavy rain fell. Here are the sites that had at least 1/4 of the campsite flooded; it was still raining when we left, so I don't know how fast they drain.
Sites 103, 118,139, 145, 149,212, 222, 233, 235, 237, 241, 243, 245, 247, 249, and 259.
Prophetstown is not a 'real' town; it is a 1920's living history farm where the town used to be. The park has paved roads and paved bike paths. Lots of hiking paths, too. The sites are gravel and very level. Sites 1 through 199 are in the trees and have water, electric and sewer. The higher sites are in the open and have electric only. There are faucets scattered throughout that area. The advantage is that these sites are close to the shower house.
The park is open all year round, but during the winter (including March) there is a pit toilet.
Each site has a fire ring and a table. There are 2 hiking paths in the park as well.
If you go there, don't go to the address because that is the park office and it is not on a road in the park. Use the gps coordinates or check the instructions for getting there on their website. We got there by looking at the map on the office, which was closed (open 8:30 to 4)
This is a State Park. A very nice and new State Park. All the sites are like tucked away so you have some space. They are not all that big but just right. Very clean and well kept. Not a lot to do at the campground, but thats what I like, R & R. This is a great place to go and hang out.
Nice sites, boring park
The sites are large and well kept. The hookups are new and nice as well. The shower facility was great, and there are plenty of playgrounds and picnic areas. The hiking trails are boring and there is a working 1920's farm that you can visit. The camping is nice the park is boring.