Campground is located at Glenwood Lake Park 104 Lake Drive.
**Green Street is not a through street, access campground from Sharp Street**
The following restrictions will be in place until further notice:
- No more than 10 people per campsite at anytime will be allowed, including visitors .
- Communal picnic tables are open for use at your own risk.
This campground is on a first come; first serve basis.
We do not take reservations or hold sites.
You may call or 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 waits after hours and on weekends.
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.
Campsite payments need to be made at the registration station located at the campground – registration cards must be filled out completely.
Check or cash only!
Sites 1-12 – Full Service
30 or 50 amp, water & sewer hookups
Max 20×45 – Pull Through
$25 per night/$22 senior rate (55+)
$140 weekly/$130 senior rate (55+)
$400 monthly/$350 senior rate (55+)
Sites 13-20 – Water & 30 amp
30 amp & water hookups (no sewer)
Max 20×30 – Back-in
$17 per night
Tent Sites – South of Sites 1-12 – Grass Areas
$7 per night
**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.
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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.