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Linn County Conservation Announces Reservations for New Campground Loop at Buffalo Creek Park

Linn County Conservation in Iowa has officially opened its online reservation system for the newly introduced campground loop at Buffalo Creek Park, set to welcome visitors in the upcoming spring season. This initiative is part of a broader renovation effort aimed at enhancing the 143-acre park, which now boasts a modern playground, a shelter available for reservation, and a range of other park amenities.

The newly established A-loop campground features 18 campsites, each equipped with electrical and water hookups, a fire ring, a picnic table, and a concrete pad, marking a significant upgrade in the park’s camping facilities. These sites are available for online reservations at a rate of $30 per night, in addition to an online transaction fee. 

Meanwhile, the park’s original 13 sites, constituting the B-loop, will continue to operate on a first-come, first-served basis, priced at $25 a night, facilitated by a self-registration kiosk. A newly constructed showerhouse/restroom facility is accessible to campers from both loops, ensuring a comfortable stay. Additionally, a sanitary dump station has been strategically located near the park’s entrance for convenience.

The operational season for Linn County Conservation campgrounds traditionally spans from April 15 to October 15, contingent on favorable weather conditions. For the upcoming season, the A-Loop at Buffalo Creek Park will start accepting reservations on April 26. 

Enhancements to the park also encompass a new shower house and restroom facility, a dump station located at the park’s entrance, a reservable open-aired shelter, and a playground, all aimed at improving the visitor experience.

Buffalo Creek Park, nestled in northern Linn County just west of Coggon, Iowa, is characterized by its picturesque setting along Buffalo Creek. The park’s diverse landscape, featuring rolling wooded knolls of oak and hickory alongside open meadows adjacent to the stream valley, provides a habitat for a unique assortment of flora and fauna

Notably, the park is home to one of the largest populations of bluebells in the region, among other wildflowers. For more information about the park, click here.

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