2019 Season: Open May – September
Plum Creek park is a 215 acre Redwood County park located just minutes from historic Walnut Grove. The same Plum Creek that Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote about in her books, runs right through the park. The park also features a large swimming lake, Lake Laura. Lake Laura was created in the late 70’s as a reservoir to help alleviate flooding concerns downstream. It is because of this constantly moving water, that Lake Laura stays fresh and clean throughout the summer months when other area lakes experience excessive algae growth.
Fishing is also a popular pastime around the lake. The park maintains 64 RV campsites, and 5 primitive campsites. There are 2 trails around the park that allow users to experience the diverse and serene landscape, one around Lake Laura, and another along the banks of Plum Creek.
There are many spots around the park to gather with friends, and even spaces that are suitable for large group gatherings. Flush toilets, disc golf, 2 baseball fields, and sand volleyball courts all help make the park a great weekend destination.
Campground Park Map
Site prices include up to 6 people per site and 2 licensed vehicles (including all trailer types). You may request a specific site, however site numbers are not guaranteed.
For guests who may arrive outside of our usual business hours, your reserved site information will be available via a posted envelope on the Registration Building window. The next morning, please stop by the Office again to complete the check-in process.
Located in Redwood County
Frequently Asked Questions
The nearest grocery store is Bubai Foods located on main street in Walnut Grove (2 miles from park).
Only one RV per site, tents are allowed for family members but must be 10 ft. apart. There is no maximum for people per site, but if you are planning on having a large family gathering we encourage use of one of our shelters.
Yes, pets are allowed in the park.
They must be up to date on their shots, have an identifying tag and be kept on a leash. Pets must not be left unattended.
Please clean up after your pet and keep them from barking or causing annoyance to other campground visitors.
Yes, each campsite has a fire pit for campfires. There is to be no moving of fire pits. Please burn only wood and dispose of garbage in waste containers.
Yes, you can purchase firewood, ice and ice cream at the park office.
If you need groceries you will need to head to Walnut Grove to Bubai Foods, the local grocery store, or Hoyt Oil and Convienence.
Yes, alcohol is allowed in the park. You must be 21 years of age to consume alcohol in the park.
No, golf carts are not allowed inside the campgrounds.