This picturesque 400 acre park provides a well shaded campground with both tent and semi-modern sites. The area offers some 2.5 miles of hiking trails. The 16 acre lake provides some excellent Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Catfish, and Walleye fishing. Electric motors only are allowed on the lake and there is no swimming. Over 200 acres of the park is covered with beautiful hardwood timer that provides many spectacular natural sights throughout the year. If you enjoy the quiet splendor of an Iowa woodland, you will enjoy visiting Slip Bluff Park
Slip Bluff Park is located 4 mile west of Davis City.
Slip Bluff Park has tent sites and electric sites available. A modern shower house, newly constructed in 2009, allows for showers and flushable toilets. Pit toilets, water, playground, picnic facilities, and two larger shelters may be reserved. The overlook shelter which overlooks the Grand River is a site to see. There is about 2.5 miles of hiking trails and the east end of the park is public hunting. The park is currently being restored back to Oak Savanna and provides excellent bird watching. Be prepared to see many birds migrating through the park. Slip Bluff Park was one of the tour sites for the 2009 Iowa Prairie Conference. Camping fees at Slip Bluff park are $10 for a non-electric site and $12 for an electric site.
Operating Hours & Seasons
Slip Bluff Park is open all year around.
The shower house will close down in the winter months.