Local Area Attractions
Campground Mission Statement
It is our mission to provide our kamping customers with the cleanest and friendliest Kampground available anywhere. Kamping at the Sioux City KOA provides a wonderful opportunity for families to sit back, relax, have fun and spend some quality time together. You will find many fun things to do at our kampground.
- 18-hole mini-golf
- 30x50 heated swimming pool
- Inflatable bounce house
- Bike rentals
- Bike and walking trail
- Buffalo burger cookouts
- Playground with klimbing kabin
- Tot lot with Little Tykes equipment for children under 7
- Sand volleyball
- Balance beam
- Regulation horseshoe pit
- Movie nights
- Pucker Powder creation station
- Nightly all-you-can-eat Ice Cream Social, featuring soft-serve ice cream and cookies
- Landscaped RV sites, some with patios
- Free Wireless Internet
- Extensive landscaping with wood swings and benches for relaxation
- Weekly and monthly RV site rentals
- 24-hour laundry
- Fire rings at every site
- Fax and copy service
Explore North Sioux City
Start your visit in North Sioux at Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve, a 1500-acre park featuring one of the last free-flowing segments of the Missouri River. Established in 1872, it includes the family's original farmhouse, a historic barn and miles of hiking and biking trails.
North Sioux City is the Las Vegas of the Siouxland area, featuring more than 13 video casinos. If you love video gambling, you will love the excitement of North Sioux City.
If you are a racing fan, NASCAR Winston Racing Series runs each weekend May - October.
Visit North Sioux City online for more information.
War Eagle Monument
The Siouxland area refers to a tri-state area, IA, NE, and SD. You may see all three states by visiting the War Eagle Monument. War Eagle is located in Sioux City, IA, high on one of the bluffs. As you stand in IA you may look across the Big Sioux River and see the valley of North Sioux City, SD and across the Missouri River to see South Sioux City, NE. Visit Sioux City online for more information.
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Your entire family will enjoy the hands-on exhibit area allowing a look at Loess Hills geological formations, native plants and animals. Dorothy Pecaut is located on the Loess Hills Scenic Byway. Visit the Woodbury County Conservation Board online for more information.