450 total RV Sites, including 375 full hookup sites & 70 water and electric sites, can accommodate RVs up to 70ft. 20/30/50 amp service, dump station, Free and Premium WiFi, shower, laundry, restrooms, ice, propane sales, biking, fire rings, handicap access, nature watching, playground.
Open April 1 thru Oct 31st. PA IS VALID SUNDAY-THURSDAY NIGHTS ONLY FOR 2 NIGHTS PER STAY. PA is not valid September 1st - 5th and September 29th - October 2nd. PA NOT VALID IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY OTHER DISCOUNT, PROMOTION, OR RALLY RATE DURING THE SAME STAY. No PA discount for tents. Pets welcome, but must be leashed, under control, and attended. *Tax not included. Rates for full hookups $40.00, P.A. $20.00; Water & Electric $38.00, P.A. $19.00.
Located 15 mi from Cedar Rapids and 17 mi from Iowa City. Take exit 225 on I-80 and go N on Hwy 151 for 5 mi. At the Hwy 6 intersection turn right towards Homestead. Hwy 6 will merge with Hwy 151, ½ mi S of Homestead. Proceed on Hwy 151 for 3 mi towards Amana. At the intersection of 151 and 220 proceed straight ½ mi to C St and turn left (W). Go ½ mi and RV park entrance is on the left.
Fun events take place all season long on the grounds of the Amana RV Park & Events Center as well as throughout the community! Please visit the Amana RV Park website for a full listing of events.
The Amana RV Park & Event Center is located in the heart of the historic Amana Colonies, formerly one of the longest running communal religious societies in the Unites States. Today Amana offers family-style dining and tasty treats, wineries, Iowa’s oldest microbrewery, folk art, world-class furniture, museums, and championship golf course. Fun Festivals take place throughout the year to celebrate the exciting history of the Amana people. The Amana Colonies are one of America’s largest National Historic Landmarks.
This was our second stay and will stay again. Spacious, level gravel pull thru with full hookups. Grassy, pet friendly at a great PA rate. Helpful staff.
We were escorted to our site. It was 50 amp, we are 30 amp. He let us borrow the adaptor! Told it was 1/2 mile to Amana Colonies. It was 1.5 mile walk and exhausted us. The campsite is all open field. It is very windy, so no canopies or fires. Bathroom/ shower house was clean. Picnic tables and fire rings are first come, first serve and they don’t have very many. We enjoyed the Amana colonies. Not a long term place to stay but very acceptable for passing through.
We were on a trip out West. Our friends had told us of the Amana Colonies. We found a Passport America Campground in the area. The Campground was well run, friendly and a perfect spot to "drop the anchor". The sites were easy to access and near all the places to visit. We found many shops to visit. The woodworking shop was our favorite. There was a chair that was made on site. This solid wood chair had to be at least 15 -20 feet tall. You are encouraged to sit in the chair and take a picture. Anyone in the chair, looks like a midget! Glad we stayed at the RV Park! Ray and Kathy