Camp Wa-No-Ki




Camp Wa-No-Ki is a 77-acre riverfront forest that was once formally owned and managed as a Camp Fire Camp by the Hiawatha Council since 1961. Fortunately, the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation purchased the land through a cooperative agreement with the Webster County Conservation Board in the Fall of 2014. The primary goal of this property under the direction of the Webster County Conservation Board will be to provide outdoor education and recreation opportunities for the general public. A second focus of the camp is to create a facility that encourages conservation and recreation programming through partnerships with other youth groups, such as church youth groups, scout groups, corporate partners, and schools. The property will remain gated but the public is welcome to park at the gate and hike the trails. If special events are being hosted, the facility will be posted as "CLOSED".

Location

The property is located 1 mile east of Coalville on Wa-No-Ki Camp Road.

Features

Includes:

- 2 primitive hike in campsites

- 1 primitive camping cabin

- 1 modern lodge

 



Operating Hours & Seasons

Open to the public 6:00 am - 10:30 pm unless posted CLOSED for special events.

 Reservations available April 1st - November 30th annually