HONEY CREEK STATE PARK
Honey Creek State Park in southern Iowa features 828 acres of rolling, timbered hills with the beautiful backdrop of Iowas second largest lake, Rathbun Lake. Many wooded areas offer visitors a secluded setting for wildlife viewing, especially abundant eer and turkey, along with numerous bird species. Honey Creek State Park is a few miles down the road from Honey Creek Resort State Park.
Stay overnight in one of four rustic camping cabins or at the park's campground. The pine log cabins feature covered porches, basic furnishings, electricity, microwaves, small refrigerators and heating and air conditioning. Water and sanitary facilities are not available in the cabins, but restrooms and showers are in the campground. The campground has modern sites, a universally accessible site, electricity and a dump station. One fourth of the campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis and advance reservations can be made through the online reservation system for Honey Creek State Park.