Wilder Park offers 88 acres of camping, picnicking, walking, biking, or playtime!
We are conveniently located 1/4 mile east of Allison on Highway 3.
Our amenities include two fishing ponds, a dog park, 18-hole frisbee disc golf, sand volleyball, two playgrounds, picnic shelters, mini golf, pickle ball court, BMX pump track, large in-ground chess/checkers board, Wilder Mountain, intra-park hard surfaced walking/biking trail connected to Rolling Prairie Trail, 18-acre wildflower prairie, forest, severe storm shelters, library kiosks, entertainment stage with free summer concerts and on-site camp host.
Are you looking for a campground in allison, IA? Then Wilder Park located on 22301 Hwy 3 might be the place for you. The site includes electricity.
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All rugs need to be kept on the gravel. Do not cover the grassy areas with a rug.
Golf cart ATV/UTV
Use inside the park is restricted to streets ONLY. All motor vehicles are NOT allowed on the trails, woods, or grassy areas. The driver must possess a valid driver's license. All other state laws apply to motorized vehicle operations. (IA Code 321.247) Violators will be reported to local authorities.
All vehicles should be parked at least 5 feet off the road in campsite areas to allow large vehicles to pass "One vehicle per campsite" Extra vehicles can be parked in the main parking lot.
10:30 pm to 7:00 am daily is the camps' quiet hours. STRICKLY ENFORCED
Pets must be on a leash at all times, not to exceed 6 feet in length. Pet owners are responsible for picking up all dog droppings. NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN THE CABINS AT ANY TIME.
City statues prohibit all fireworks at Wilder Park
Please do not put cans, bottles, garbage, dog feces, or other non-flammable materials in the fire rings!!!! Do not move fire rings, all fires must be contained in the provided fire rings, and Never leave a fire unattended.
Camper Registration onSite
All registrations should be booked online. When you arrive check in with your camp host before unhooking. Pre-registered campers will have a reserved sign on their site post. If you have not pre-registered you will need to see the camp host BEFORE choosing a site or unhooking. All campers need to have the reserved sign or their camp receipt displayed on the signpost as soon as possible after arrival.