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Smith Lake South Site 23 - Reservable

Site 23 has a gravel pad that is 56 feet in length, and 17 feet wide. It comes with a water connection, fire ring, charcoal grill, and picnic table. The 50/30/20 amp electrical pedestal is shared with neighboring site, and the receptacles in the pedestal are first come, first served. This site is well shaded by large deciduous trees on either side of the pad.


Smith Lake Park is located 3 miles north of Algona on the west side of Highway 169.

This campsite is located toward the west side of the campground and near the modern restroom facilities.

For an overview map of the park showing numbered campsite locations and other amenities, click the "Smith Lake Overview" in Related Items.


Carry in/carry out refuse
Dump station
Fire ring
On-site resident host
Pet Friendly
Picnic Table
Shower facilities
Swimming nearby


Our camping rate is $15.60 per night. The extra 60 cents is a 4% convenience fee to help cover our credit card processing fees when you make online reservations. You will also be charged $4 per reservation that goes to Mycountyparks.com for their website maintenance.  

50% of our sites are available to be reserved. Sites can be reserved beginning 2 weeks prior to Memorial Day through the week following Labor Day. All sites are considered walk-in sites before and after this time period. 

Hours of Operation & Seasons

Our campgrounds open around the middle of April depending on weather, and close around the end of October. Water and restroom facilities may not be available until all risk of a freeze have passed. Visitors to your campsite are welcome from 7 AM until 10:30 PM daily with quiet hours starting at 10:30 PM


Our campgrounds close around the end of October, but water and restroom facilities may be shut down earlier due to cold temperatures.  Check the campground kiosk for up to the minute updates.