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Paradise Valley Campground


19745 Keystone Road
Garnavillo, IA 52049
563.873.9632
No Email Address
No Website

3 Reviews
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To add to the seasonal part of complaints. I love that park but I do not care for the way the park is policed. For this I was evicted or picked on then evicted. I now here that some of my old neighbors are being picked on. at roughly $1800 a site, i would want to make to many people mad. That could end alot of seasonals. The seasonals of this park are getting fed up. Most dont have money to just pick up and go. And some stay just for the kids. Killam properties owns this park and doesnt do anything to stop the two people making it a stressful campground. Dont waist you money being a seasonal here. Weekends only is what I recommend.

Received from upset seasonal camper for visit in Jun 2010


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Stay Again? NO
We also stayed at this campground by default. Stayed in grass site for four nights. Nice environment but really designed for permanent campers. Bathrooms are not well maintained. They Have activities only for permanent campers that go on into the night with loud music and partying. No one monitors noise. Someone shot off fireworks at 1:30am and debris fell on our roof.

Received from Cathy for visit in Jun 2009


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Stay Again? NO
We were looking for a campground as a base to explore the Upper Mississippi River area in northeast Iowa; We stumbled onto this one after another private campground did not work and Pikes Peak State Park Campground was not conducive to our large rig. Set in a pretty valley in a rural area near the Mississippi River; very quiet. Full hook-ups (50 amps) on four paved sites (make that three as one site is actually part of the owners' driveway and I would not use it); Not really sure about the grass sites - some had water & electric and some just had electric. The owners were nice, but they lived right behind the full hook-up sites and there was a lot of traffic in and out; There is a trout pond stocked with bluegill bass and trout; Rooftop satellite is a bit of a problem in the full hook-up sites - we had to pull all the way to the front of our site to get a signal; The road to the campground was right across the Great River Road from the Sny McGill access to the river and the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish Refuge. This was another campground that just didn't "light our fire"; It was quiet and was a decent base for some exploring, but the full hook-ups sites were not the "sit outside and enjoy the surroundings" kind of sites; The grass sites might have been better, but it was damp, so that was out of the question; There simply were not other options for a rig our size.

 

Received from Howard for visit in Sep 2006


Site Number: 2 FHU
Stay Again? YES



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