Skip Navigation LinksHome > Counties > Clayton > Parks > Bloody Run > Activities

Bloody Run

Camping Camping at Bloody Run
With 20 primitive campsites, campers have the opportunity to enjoy nature without the hum of air conditioners.  The campground is located along Bloody Run Trout Stream and is also home to Iowa’s largest woodpecker, the Pileated.   Primitive camping is available for $15.00 per night. Check in at the campground kiosk.
Enjoy the beautiful fall colors at Clayton County Conservation's Bloody Run County Park & Campground! Bring your hiking boots and take a hike up the bluff on Well's Hollow Hiking Trail where you will find yourself in a beautiful oak savanna overlooking the valley. Be sure to bring a camera to get some pictures of the incredible fall colors!  
Fishing Fishing at Bloody Run
Bloody Run Park is located just west of Marquette Iowa.  Nestled between rolling limestone bluffs, Bloody Run is a 135-acre park that provides both excellent trout fishing and camping opportunities. Bloody Run is a stream stocked with trout by the IA DNR and offers excellent fishing opportunities.
Picnicking Picnicking at Bloody Run
The Bloody Run park has one open air shelter located in the far end of the park. The shelter has picnic tables, trash/recycling bins, and a pit toilet.
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Bloody Run
A rugged 1 mile hiking trail, with trail heads at the north and south end of the park, leads through dense forest to the blufftops, where spacious Oak Savannas provide splendid views of the valley below.