Now open for the 2021 season!
Located at Glenwood Lake Park 104 Lake Drive – MAP
Campground is on a first come first serve basis ~ no reservations or site holds, NO exceptions!
Self registration station is located at campground entrance, please fill out cards completely & include your payment in envelope.
You may text 712-520-3004
or call City Hall at 712-527-4717 for more information.
Office Hours are Monday – Friday 7:30 – 4:30.
Voicemails and texts will be returned as soon as possible, expect longer wait after hours, on weekends, and holidays.
Campground is self-serve. No host or on-site employee, we cannot guarantee available sites or give out accurate information on how many open sites are available over the phone.
For bathhouse code, please text 712-520-3004 with your name & site number.
For emergencies involving plumbing, electrical, and/or campsite issues please call the Park Superintendent at
Dial 911 for medical emergencies or if you need immediate police assistance.
Campsites are self-register; payments need to be made at the registration station located at the campground entrance – registration cards must be filled out completely. Envelopes are picked up daily.
Check or cash only!
Campground is monitored by city staff and police department.
Sites 1-12 – Full Service
$25 per night/$22 senior rate (55+)
$140 weekly/$130 senior rate (55+)
$400 monthly/$350 senior rate (55+)
30 or 50 amp, water & sewer hookups
Max 20×45 – Pull Through
Sites 13-20 – Water & 30 amp
$17 per night
30 amp & water hookups (no sewer)
Max 20×30 – Back-in
Tent Sites – South of Sites 1-12 – Grass Areas
$7 per night, per tent
Tents and/or vehicles set up in numbered sites must pay the rate for that site.
No limit on length of stay, as long as site rent is paid on time and kept current during stay.
Glenwood Lake Park offers 12 full service sites with sewer and 30/50 amp electric and eight (8) 30 amp electric sites. All sites offer water service and access to the shower facilities. Weather permitting the campground is open April 1 through November 1 – 24 hours.
**Rates are subject to change**
ATTRACTIONS IN THE PARK:
Fishing, walking trail, playgrounds and shelters are all available within the Glenwood Lake Park.
Shelter Rental Information
Mills County Historical Museum – Celebrating over 50 years in the community, the Museum features farm and home antiques and a superb collection of Indian artifacts.
Mills County Historical Museum Facebook
Thursdays & Fridays 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sundays 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.