Yellow Smoke Park is a 359 acre recreation area located
one mile east of Denison on Highway 30, then one-half
mile north. The park has been developed for picnicking,
hiking, biking, camping, swimming, boating, canoeing,
sailing, and fishing. Playground equipment is available
near the campground. Two large open shelters are
available on a first come - first served basis or by calling
the Conservation Office in the Courthouse at 712-263-2748
for reservations. One large enclosed shelter is available
year round by reservation only.
There is one large 61 site campground with modern
conveniences including comfort station, sanitary dump
station, water and electric hookups.
Campers are required to self-register at the campgrounds
within one hour following arrival. There is no reserving of
sites before the unit arrives..
A 40 acre lake, with depths up to 36 feet is stocked with
bluegill, channel cat, crappie, and large mouth bass.
Two handicap accessible piers are available to the public,
one on the south side of the lake, the other in the
Electric - $18.00
Enclosed Lookout - $125.00
($200.00 Clean-Up Deposit)
Reserved Open Shelters - $40.00
$100 Deposit on Open Shelters
|Shelters can be reserved up to 12 months in advance.
Please remember that all areas are carry
in - carry out pertaining to trash. What you
bring in please carry out.
|If not reserved, open shelters are on a first
come first served basis
|Yellow Smoke Park
2237 Yellow Smoke Road
Denison, Iowa. 51442
|Sorry, we do not take reservations for overnight camping
|Call 712-263-2748 To Make Your Reservations.
(We do not accept reservations by email at this time)
|Notice To Fisherman
Minimum Legal Length For Bass
This is to:
1. Prevent Overharvest of Bass
2. Provide more Bass fishing
3. Increase Quality of Bass & Bluegill
4. Maintain Preditors to Control Small Bluegill
Largemouth Bass 3
Channel Catfish 8
|Illegal Bass Must Be Returned To The Water
Unharmed Immediately After Being Taken
|Yellow Smoke is the home of the:
Yellow Smoke Park
|Free Wireless Internet in the campgrounds