Follow the Lewis and Clark Trail to the Onawa/Blue Lake KOA in the heart of the Loess Hills, formations created thousands of years ago when retreating glaciers left behind fine silt particles called loess.
Follow the Lewis and Clark Trail to Onawa/Blue Lake KOA, located in the heart of the Loess Hills, unique formations created thousands of years ago. You can view the topography along the Loess Hills National Scenic Byway. Relax at this quiet, rural campground that offers shade trees and open grassy areas. Enjoy beautiful lake sunsets and the wind whispering through the trees. Let the kids (or the kid inside of you) take a dip in the pool and explore the campground with paddle-boats or fun-cycles. This KOA is located on the lake, with fishing and boating for all to enjoy. Free Wi-Fi! In June, the area hosts a Lewis & Clark Festival with a keelboat display, quilt show and reenactments - or visit the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center year-round. Try your luck at Blackbird Bend Casino, just a 5-minute drive. Get your motor running over to the Onawa Raceway and Events Complex, Onawa's newest attraction. Open April 15 - October 15 (weather permitting). Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 95 feet. Your hosts: KOA owners & employees. ALL HOLIDAY WEEKENDS REQUIRE A 3 DAY MINIMUM STAY.