Do you reserve campsites at Featherstone Park?

At this time we do not offer reservations for campsites and they are on a first come, first serve basis. Campsites shall be considered occupied when the proper registration form has been completed with fee included and deposited, and the campsite is occupied by placing a camping unit on it, i.e. tent, pickup camper, popup camper, motor home, covered bus or recreational trailer. Each campsite is limited to one trailer and one tent. Campground checkout time is 4 p.m. and the normal campsite stay is limited to 14 consecutive days. There are extended stay campsites that can exceed the 14 days and located in the middle of the park. The shower houses are open and closed weather dependent.

General Questions

What is the Cabin Cancellation Policy?

Please consider this policy prior to purchasing your facility reservation.


ALL cancellations or requests for refunds cannot be done online and must be made by calling the Conservation Office at (712) 297-7131.

Refund Policy

Please understand at the time of booking your reservation that you immediately prohibit other people from reserving & utilizing that facility - they therefore go elsewhere to locate a facility for that date.   

We will observe a NON-REFUNDABLE reservation fee policy with the following exceptions: 

-Accident, serious injury or death of an immediate family member 

-Travel conditions where a substantial risk is required in order to travel such as a winter storm where a travel advisory has been issued 

-We are unable to provide your facility (or like facility) in operable condition for the date of your event 

Are there entrance fees to get into CCCB areas?

No there are no entrance fees to visit any CCCB areas.

Reserving a Facility

How do I create an account?

Creating an account or becoming a MEMBER of MyCountyParks.com is an easy process, if you follow the steps below.  

The first step is to click on the “Register Now” link at the top right corner. Use the following steps to create your account:

a) Enter a username (no restrictions)

b) Enter password (password must between 4-8 characters and contain at least one upper case alpha letter, one lower case alpha letter one number and no special characters)

c) Enter the personal information required (required information has a red * next to it)

d) Enter billing information

e) You must select the County in which you are interested (Calhoun)

f) Check/uncheck the box to receive e-updates

g) Click create account

How do I make a cabin reservation

1) Must first create a personal user account, click this link: "Register Now!" , to go to the Account Registration page; if, you have already created an account, click the  “Login?” icon at top right corner of page and enter your account information, return to the Calhoun home page on mycountyparks.com.

2) On the Calhoun County home page, click on the “Parks” tab and then click on name of the park in which the facility you wish to reserve is located.

3) At the park home page, click on the “Facilities” tab.

4) A list of reservable facilities will appear, scroll the list, click on the name of the facility you are interested in reserving. 

5) Information and descriptions of the facility will be on the page, Click on “Check Availability” or “Book Now” , to the right of the facility image, to access  a calendar that will identify the facility dates already reserved and the dates that are available for reservations.

6) After you select “Book Now”, the facility calendar will open; on the facility calendar, click the date of check-in/arrival, then click the last night you plan to stay at the facility on the calendar, the departure/check-out date will be recorded by default on the following calendar day. The minimum number of nights required for a facility reservation will be displayed above the calendar; in addition, green shaded areas on the calendar represent dates that must be reserved together, due to special reservation restrictions.

7) Click on “Add to Cart” box at the upper right corner of page.

8) The View My Cart page will open, verify the facility, arrival/departure dates, total fee and number of nights are correct, click on "Checkout" box; or, if you wish to add additional facilities to the cart, click on "Continue Shopping", the Facility page will open.

9) Repeat step 4 through step 8 to add facilities to your cart. Once all desired facilities are in the cart, click on "Checkout" box, the Facility Checkout page will open.

10) At the Facility Checkout page, enter the number of occupants and fill out all the required information marked with a Red* asterisk for each facility in the cart. Read the Rental Agreement, Cancellation Policy and Refund Policy for the facility so you clearly understand Calhoun County Conservation policies. You must click on each agreement conditions box for each facility in your cart before the reservations will be finalized. Click "Next Step" box to continue checking out. The Payment page will open.

11) Complete the Billing Information requested, (first name, last name, etc.), all fields marked with a Red* asterisk must be completed.

12) Complete the Payment Information, all fields marked with a  Red* asterisk must be completed, check the Cart Information on right side of page to verify the facility and dates are correct. Click “Submit Purchase” box.

13) Order Receipt will appear as your next screen, print for your records and bring with you the day of your reservation, an email with an Order Receipt will also be sent to the email address listed in the personal account profile.



Can I use a golf cart or 4-wheeler in your park?

No, our park roads are considered public right-of-ways and can only be operated on by licensed vehicles.                                             

Can I bring my pet to a or Camping?

Pets are not allowed in the cabins either by renters or visitors. They are allowed in the campground, however they must be in a carrier or leashed not exceeding six feet in length and not attached to any tree or shrub. Owners are responsible for maintaining areas occupied by pets and are responsible for their pets creating any excessive noise at all times.