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We were traveling on vacation and this park had little signage and I was truly disappointed. The upkeep on the park is very poor compared to other state parks I have stayed it. We had reservations and it was a good thing that we did...More
This is a favorite spot for my entire family. There's a lot of little picnic areas spread out throughout the entire park. We've spotted lots of deer, Turkey, and even some beautiful birds. This is great for picnics, parties, hiking, exploring, and to just sit...More
Short drive, nice hike, worth the effort. I felt like we were guessing a lot of the time which way to turn, where to park, so we just took a shot, found a trail, found a lodge, parked there, and headed out. It was so...More
Picturesque resting/viewing areas, trails for everyone if you choose, beautiful views and a little bit of tranquility in this beautiful park area. A must visit to clear your mind! We were unable to visit the nature center as it was rented out for a graduation,...More
Stone State Park has been a part of Northwest Iowa for decades. It's situated in the Loess Hills along Big Sioux River and covers a little over 1,000 acres of land. Being in the Loess Hills gives this park a very unique look. It's a...More
Stone State Park has scenic hiking trails, picnic shelters, and acres of woods. One of the trails leads to an overlook where you can view all three states - Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. No admission fee required and parking is available.