Explore Backbone State Park on Your Next Vacation
Backbone State Park is the oldest in the state of Iowa and can be found in the valley of the Maquoketa River. Heavily forested and with a variety of rocky outcrops, there's a wealth of natural beauty on offer for adventurous families visiting Backbone State Park, plus a number of exciting activities that take advantage of the park's natural terrain.
Best Hiking Trails in Backbone State Park
Hiking is a great way to explore the beauty of Backbone State Park, and you will find hiking trails suitable for the whole family. From the meandering river banks through the forests and to the oxbow lake, Backbone State Park cabins will give you the chance to hike each path at your own pace.
Best Family Activities in Backbone State Park
From family picnics and days on the trails to adrenaline fueled climbing and bouldering, visiting Backbone State Park provides a wealth of exciting activities for people of any age. In fact, the 2,000 acres of pristine state park is ideal for everyone, and you are sure to find something that appeals to you when you stay in Backbone State Park hotels.
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