Grant Park

This beautiful wooded 98 acre park is situated along the North Racoon River. The North Raccoon River winds along the eastern boundary of the park and provides excellent opportunities for fishing and viewing wildlife. The park has 3 separate camping areas.  Area 1 has 19 camping sites, 9 with full hookup-water, sewer and electric both 30 & 50 amp and 10 with water and electric. Area 2 & 3 are open to primitive camping only. 
Campgrounds are first-come, first-served, NO RESERVATIONS.

There is a hard surface boat ramp to access the North Raccoon River, and a fishing rock riffle which provides chances for walleye, channel catfish and carp.  Bowhunting is allowed in Grant Park during the appropriate seasons and hunting with a firearm is allowed only after the camping area has been closed for the season (mid-October to April 30)


Grant Park is located 1 1/2 miles north of Auburn, IA


Grant Park has 3 separate camping areas. Area 1 has 19 camping sites with full hookup-water, sewer and electric both 30 & 50 amp.  A shower/restroom facility is in close proximity to the campground and playground area.  The playground area does include horseshoe pits.   Areas 2 & 3 are available for primitive camping.  There are picnicking opportunities throughout the park. A hard surface boat ramp is available for access to the North Raccoon River. 

Operating Hours & Seasons

The park is open from May 1 through mid-October. Bow hunting is allowed in the park during the appropriate season and once the park closes for the camping season, Firearem hunting is allowed during the respective seasons. Many wild turkies and deer make up the sought after game.


The park closes in mid-October for the camping season.