Joinerville Park is situated along the Maquoketa River in Jackson County. It is a major recovery point for paddlers that float down the river. There is a concrete boat ramp and picnic area. This land was a gift from the Wilbur Siders and Melvin Joiner families.
Joinerville Park is open for day use year-round. A special use permit is required for overnight camping. Campers must provide their own bathroom. Contact the conservation office for details on the special use permit
Joinerville is four miles west of Maquoketa on Highway 64 and 2 miles north on 123rd Avenue.
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PARK CONTACT INFORMATION
Jackson County Conservation
18670 63rd Street
Maquoketa, IA 52060
PHONE: (563) 652-3783
- Access to the Maquoketa River - part of the Maquoketa River Water Trail
- Activities: Canoeing, Kayaking, Boating, Fishing, Picnicking
- Concrete boat ramp
- Camping is allowed by special permit and board approval only. Contact the conservation office at (563) 652-3783 for details.
- Boat dock (April - October, weather permitting)
Operating Hours & Seasons
Open 6:00 am - 10:30 pm