Camping is available from May 1st through the last Sunday in October. The fee booth is open from 5-8pm daily, and from 9-11am on Friday and Saturday. It is also open from 9-11am on Sunday on holiday weekends.
Site Amenities and Recreation Opportunities
Camping (131 sites), access to the Great River Bike trail for biking or hiking, boat ramp, fishing, playgrounds, and great views of the Mississippi River and Potter's Marsh Wildlife Area.
Natural Site Characteristics
This park is built on an island in the Mississippi River. This particular island was historically used by the Woodland Indians for trading, hunting, and rituals. Some examples of large Indian burial mounds are still present in the park. Today the island is home to dozens of species of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Wildlife and bird watching are popular activities on the island. Research is currently being done on the turtle nests in the marsh.