Chimney Rock Campground

3312 Chimney Rock Rd., Cresco, Iowa, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 3312 Chimney Rock Rd., Cresco.
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Travel Blogs from Cresco

Bluff country storms

A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 16, 2014

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We started our journey down the Great River Road with more impending storm warnings for the evening. The traffic was a little hectic getting out of the city but it didn't take long for the suburbs to open up into rolling hills and farmland. It soon changed again to dense woods with many small bluffs overlooking the river and eagles soaring above. The roads were mostly wide, smooth and quiet which ...

Our 2014 adventure begins!

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on May 10, 2014

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Our first stop on our 2014 journey is the same as our last stop in 2013!! This is a charming little campground in a city park, right next to a wonderful Episcopal Church. The Root Trail (one of Minnesota's finest) runs through town & on Mother's Day we rode for 10 miles along the Root ...

Winging to Atlanta

A travel blog entry by tope on Nov 07, 2013

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... about it. You get a bigger seat and more leg room, snacks and alcohol (beer, wine, vodka, gin, bailey's) They also hang up your coat for you. It is nice not to have to shut down electronics. There was wifi but for such a short trip, I didn't pay for it. I hope it's easy for Carrie to pick me up. I checked a bag, so I'll have to collect that. I took the tram to the bag collection area for delta but finally had to ask someone where I could look to know which carousel ...

Exploring Roger's Family History!

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Oct 07, 2013

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... 1871, Peter Peterson Haslerud developed a "trout farm" on his property outside Peterson and continued to expand the boundaries of the town.In 1873, Ole Ensberg started a blacksmith shop and in 1874 an additional quarter section of land was laid out into lots and added to the village of Peterson. In 1875, two general stores, a hardware store, and a drug store were established. ...

Fields & Fields of Corn and Soybean...and Windmill

A travel blog entry by margotsilva on Sep 17, 2013

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... pictures of farms, corn, soybean and wind fields. I was not even tempted. WI was at least rolling farmland, MN is flat!

Lucky we did not fall asleep, which was only due to the concrete highway. Thump, thump, thump. Tomorrow we will drive through town to see the Corn Palace and head to the Bad Lands National Park. And then the FUN begins ...