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Sleepy Hollow RV Park and Campground is just 16 miles from sporting events at the University of Iowa and ten miles from incredible outlet shopping. We're also set nearby Lake MacBride and Coralville Lake, great places to enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, biking, and swimming. And in the nearby area you'll find spots for a game of miniature golf with the family or a trip to the water slides, to cool off on a hot day.

In the winter, visit Sleepy Hollow RV Park and Campground for snow sports like cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and building snowmen and snow forts. In the warmer months, swimming in our pool, play o the beach or fishing in our pond are more popular activities. We have plenty of special events weekends and themed weekends. Campers are welcome to help us celebrate our 3 day holiday weekends. There's so much fun to be had, camping in Eastern Iowa!
Amana Colonies Amana Colonies - Step back into a simpler time in Iowa's Amana Colonies, a communal group that has lived on the Iowa prairie for 150 years. You'll find historic buildings, Colonial structures, sunny gardens, and plenty of old-fashioned crafts. Artists create amazing natural baskets, brooms, quilts, toys, clocks, pottery, and more. You can take home a hand-make cane rocking chair, see a show at the Old Creamery, or enjoy the specialty breads, smoked hams, European cheeses, and homemade jams and jellies. With an afternoon stop at the Chocolate Haus Cafe, you'll leave with a sweet taste in your mouth and a new appreciation for the simple life.
Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City - The college town of Iowa City is a lively, vibrant place to explore. Filled with cafes, art and theatrical attractions, and the gorgeous scenery of rolling hills, forests, lakes, and rivers, this is a great place to spend the day. The city boasts one of the largest malls in Iowa, a stellar writers' workshop, terrific golfing, and fabulous museums. You can visit the Antique Car Museum of Iowa, the Community Theater, or celebrate the Freedom Festival. For a little fun and culture, take in the Iowa City Jazz Festival, Iowa Arts Festival, Saturday Night Free Movie Series, Friday Night Concert Series, and Landlocked Film Festival.


Kalona Village Kalona - Just fifteen miles south of Iowa City lies the quiet town of Kalona, an area that's been an Amish settlement since 1846. Today you can experience old fashioned hospitality in this charming farm community. Take a historical tour, seeing people make traditional crafts like quilts, jams, and jellies, or watching men and horses work the fields. You can see the village's thirteen restored buildings, see the 200 amazing quilts at the Kalona Quilt & Textile Museum, or visit the Kalona Bakery for its famous homemade breads, noodles, rolls, and cookies. You'll go home with plenty of handmade gifts from locally-made cheeses to baskets, yarn, preserves, and furniture.
Riverside Casino and Golf Resort Riverside Casino and Resort - Riverside Iowa's luxurious gaming, nightlife, and dining center is the Riverside Casino, a great place to go for a round of golf or game of roulette. The casino features over 1,100 slot machines, 24 blackjack tables, and table games like Pai Gow poker, three card poker, craps, roulette, and Caribbean Stud poker. You can catch a live show in the lounge, head to the secluded poker room, or watch your favorite sporting event on the plasma screen TVs. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at Ruthie's Steak & Seafood, a quick burger at the Ripple Diner, or international dishes at Robert's Buffet. The 18-hole golf course was designed by the famed Rees Jones, architect of championship courses.
Swimming, fishing & boat rentals on an 812-acre lake plus trails, camping & picnic sites.
Coralville Lake is a reservoir formed by Coralville Dam, a dam on the Iowa River just upstream from the city of Coralville, Iowa. Construction started in 1949, was delayed by the Korean War, and finally finished in 1958.
Found after a flood in 1993, the Fossil Gorge showcases a 375 million year old fossilized ocean floor. Visitors will walk down the gorge with thousands of fossils under their feet. 
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