Check- in time is 1:00 pm Check- out time is 11:00 am If you need propane, ice or supplies stop by our Kamp Store before you pull out and we'd be happy to help you out!
Kamp Store hours from Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day Weekend is 8 am-9pm. (before and after these dates hours are posted) We have your basic necessities and groceries stocked along with camping supplies and local wines and blue cheese! Stop in and see our friendly staff if you need assistance.
Visitors must check in at the office to register as a visitor to your site. Parking for visitors is by the office as there is only one vehicle per campsite. Upon registration, visitors may pay their fees to use the pool and fishing pond and have their pass to be able to enjoy our facilities.
Tent sites include one tent per site. Additional tents require additional site rentals.
Our swimming pool is open from 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (or dusk) for registered guests. If you have visitors, please have them stop in the office to sign in and pay the visitor fee of $3 per person to use the pool.
We welcome most breeds of dogs to stay at our campground (exempt are American pit bulls, staffordshire terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Doberman Pinchers or Rottweilers). We ask that all pets be kept on a 6 foot lead and out of pool and playground area. We offer a dog park for your dog to be able to be off leash and run attended by the owner. Clean up after dogs is the responsibility of the owner throughout campground and in dog park.
We have bundles of firewood available for $5.00 in our Kamp Store. If you are bringing your own firewood, please check in at the office if it's out of state. Please do not move the fire pits and keep your fire within your fire pit. You will be notified upon check in if we are ever under a burn ban due to dry conditions.
We ask that noise be kept to a minimum between 10 pm - 8 am which is our quiet hour. This is to respect other campers around you so they can enjoy quiet after their day of camping.
Only the best for our campers! Cable tv, wifi and the great outdoors! Families, Friends, and Fun! That's what we're all about! As owners, Helen and I live on site and are ready to serve your RVing/camping needs. Come and enjoy our midwest hospitality.Helen and I were married in 1984 and lived for the next 21 years in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in a traditional middle class neighborhood where we raised our 3 kids. During that time, I worked as a mechanical engineer at the nearby nuclear power plant.
One day I looked at Helen and said "Let's do something different and exciting for a living while the kids are still young - something that involves the outdoors and will involve the whole family."
She agreed and, after packing up our old beat-up RV, we headed west for Yellowstone. During that time we experienced all the mountain states had to offer such as Devil's Tower, Roosevelt National Park, Custer's Last Stand, the Grand Teatons, etc. I remember meeting many RVers and was impressed with how friendly and free-spirited they were. It didn't take Helen and me long to determine that RV park ownership was the answer to our career pursuits.
In 2005, we purchased the park that is now Newton KOA and never looked back. Even after 8 years as a park owner, I never get tired of RVers - they all have a story to tell. Come share your story with us while on your trip - perhaps at one of our ice cream socials.