The Woodbury County Conservation Board is reopening a portion of the campground at Brown’s Lake-Bigelow park near Salix (Iowa) on Wednesday, June 29.
Bigelow Park is located one mile west of Salix, Iowa, on a 600-acre lake known as Browns Lake, according to its website.
Originally a state park, Bigelow Park is 36 acres and has been managed by the Woodbury County Conservation Board since 1970 and includes numerous amenities.
As per a report, the campground has been renovated with new concrete roads, larger campsites, and full electricity, water, and sewer hookups at each site.
Nineteen of the 29 will open first, with the other sites opening as soon as conditions allow.
The new camping fee is $30 per night.
Camping coupons for seven nights are available for $180, and previously purchased camping coupons will be accepted.
All campsites are first-come, last-served, and are not available to book in advance.
The Brown’s Lake Bigelow Park beach remains closed due to ongoing construction.
For more information, visit https://woodburyparks.org/browns-lake-bigelow-park/ or contact the Woodbury County Conservation Board office at (712) 258-0838.