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Group Camp #7

4732 Horseshoe Falls Rd
Central City, IA, 52214

Call for Availability

319-892-6450
The seven Group Camp facilities at Pinicon Ridge provide great opportunities for larger groups or youth groups to reserve a semi-modern to primitive area at the park to have available for their group upon arrival. Group Camping is for groups of six people or more and that have a minimum of three camping units.

Location

The Pinicon Ridge Group Camp Complex is located in the far north end of the park on the west side of the Wapsipinicon River. Enter through the south park entrance off Maine Ridge Road. Visitors will need to follow the main park road for approximately 2.2 miles to arrive in the group camps. The access road to this area of the park is a narrow gravel road which traverses some steep terrain. Larger pull-type RVs have been know to have difficulty on these hills, and are therefore not recommended. Generally - automobiles/trucks/SUVs with pop-up trailers or motorhomes have no problems on this road.

Address :

4900 Horseshoe Falls Rd.

Central City, IA 52214

Amenities

  • Group Camp #7 recommended capacity - 10 camping units
  • 6 picnic tables
  • 2 ground fire rings
  • Primitive restroom shared with Group Camp #6
  • Modern shower facility available in Flying Squirrel Camground (approx. 4 miles)
  • Firewood available in Flying Squirrel Campground or at Boat Rental (during operating hours)
  • Horseshoe Court nearby
  • NO ELECTRICITY or DRINKING WATER available
  • Fire ring
    Firewood available
    Picnic Table
    Restroom

    Fees

    Flat rate fee of $60 per night.  Call 319-892-6450 for youth group discount to $10 per night. 

    Hours of Operation & Seasons

    Park Hours are from 4 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Check-in time is at 3 p.m. on your day of arrival. Checkout time is at 1 p.m. on your day of departure.

    Closures

    The Pinicon Ridge Group Camps are seasonal facilities and are closed to vehicles in the winter months. Our operational season is April 15th - October 15th annually. (Weather, ground or river conditions may expand or contract these dates).