Prescribed burns may be conducted during your stay. Smoke from these burns may affect air quality.
Reservations must be made 3 days in advance.
Sleeps up to 5
Starting at $50.00Reserve Now
This 256 square feet and 16'x16' rustic cabin provides a perfect family get away in a gorgeous Loess Hills setting. Camping cabins sleep up to five people and provide heating and air conditioning, electricity, refrigerator, microwave oven, table and chairs. Just outside each cabin, is a water hydrant, picnic table, fire ring and grill. Firewood is available for $5 per bundle and can be purchased from campground staff or hosts as they are available. Be aware that prescribed burns may be conducted at Hitchcock Nature Center during your stay and smoke from these burns may affect air quality.
All date changes must be made by calling the Park Office at (712) 328-5833. Recognize that we must first administratively cancel your existing online reservation, and then create a second reservation for the new date. An Administrative Fee of $25 will be assessed to complete this transaction. Please consider this procedure prior to making your initial reservation. (NOTE: Date changes will not be allowed within two weeks of the scheduled reservation)
Please understand at the time of booking your reservation that you immediately prohibit other people from reserving and utilizing that facility - they therefore go elsewhere to locate a facility for that date. We will observe a NON-REFUNDABLE RESERVATION policy with the following exceptions:
PLEASE NOTE: The Hitchcock Nature Center campground and cabins are open year-round but the water in the campground is turned off and the dumpstation is closed during the winter months. Primitive restrooms are available for use in the campground. Please plan your visit accordingly. We recommend contacting the campground office directly to confirm water availability between October 15th and April 1st. No refunds will be granted for reservations cancelled due to lack of water.
ALL cancellations or requests for refunds for the reasons above cannot be done online and must be made by calling the park office at (712) 328-5833.
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