- 50 Amp Service Available
- ADA Compliant Pool lift
- Beautiful 1 Mile Nature Trail
- Cable TV
- Clean Restrooms & Showers
- Easy access on / off I80
- Families Welcome
- Fire Pits & Picnic Tables
- Firewood available ($)
- Fishing (no charge)
- Free Wireless Internet Available
- Game Room
- Laundry facilities ($)
- Local blue cheese
- Local wines
- LP Gas ($)
- Meeting Room
- Nature Trail
- Ping Pong
- Pool Table
- RV / Camping supplies
Enjoy our planned activities from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend!
Holiday weekends we have organized fishing tournaments at our pond!
Come and join the fun and win a price for the biggest catch!! No fishing license needed!
Face painting~~ Fingernail painting~~ Tatoos for the kids!
Join us on holiday weekends for many activities for the kids!
No time to be "bored" at Newton KOA we have many activities and attractions planned!!
Temporary tatoos. nail polishing or face painting for the kids!
Join us for pancake breakfast on Saturday mornings on holiday weekends and many in between! Served hot in our Recreation Room!!
Memorial Weekend through October 1 we will serve our delicious breakfasts!
Ice Cream Social
On those hot evenings, come and join us in the Community area of the Campground for an Ice Cream Social! Helen will be serving wonderful refreshing Ice Cream Sundaes with lots of toppings to choose from!! Meet and mingle with other campers!
Memorial Weekend through October 1.
Organized activities Memorial Weekend, 4th of July Weekend, Labor Day Weekend
We have many organized activities on holiday weekends! Fishing contest, scavenger hunts, fingernail painting, temporary tattooes, pool games and much more!! Activities to keep the kids busy with while parents relax!
Meet Your Hosts
"Hey - We now have cable TV!! Come by and check it out!!! 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.