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Scott County Park Shelters

Scott County Park Shelters

Online reservations can be made here.

Scott County Park
Check in at the Entrance Station on 270th St

Shelter Descriptions:

  • Whispering Pines – Capacity 200
    • Enclosed shelter – not heated or air-conditioned
    • Modern restroom, lights, electricity, playground, water available at nearby restroom
  • Buffalo Bill – Capacity 200
    • Modern restroom, lights, electricity, playground, sand volleyball, water available at nearby restroom
  • Running Deer– Capacity 200
    • Located across from Glynns Creek - can only be reserved after June 1st
    • Non-modern restroom, lights, electricity, no water or playground equipment
  • Drop Tine – Capacity 100
    • Non-modern restrooms,  lights, electricity, playground, sand volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, water available at hydrant
  • Hickory Hills – Capacity 100
    • Modern restrooms, lights, electricity, playground, water is not available at the shelter
  • Indian Hills – Capacity 100
    • Modern restroom, lights, electricity, playground, sand volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, water available at hydrant
  • Cody Lake – Capacity 100
    • Non-modern restrooms, electricity, swing set, water is not available at the shelter

Shelter Information:

  • Ideal for family or company picnics.
  • Available for use mid-April to mid-October.
  • Able to be reserved up to one year in advance.
  • All groups over 20 people are required to pay shelter usage fee and provide clean-up deposit.
  • To make reservations call the Entry Station at (563) 328-3282 ext 1 or reserve online by clicking here.

 

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