Route 1, Box 124 A, Allerton Iowa 50008
Bobwhite State Park is named for the bobwhite quail, whose call "bob-bob-white," can often be heard early in the morning in the 390-acre park.
There are 32 campsites (19 with electrical hookups). Campsites are non-modern. No shower or modern rest room facilities are provided.
Boaters and fishermen have access to a dock and boat ramp and only electric motors are allowed on the lake.
Other Iowa State Parks nearby:
(Allerton) Bobwhite State Park
(Drakesville) Lake Wapello Park
(Davis City) Nine Eagles State Park
(Chariton) Red Haw State Park
05/18 Coming to The Allerton area
Marion Arts Festival Marion IA May18 the festival offers a high caliber, fully accessible cultural experience – a day of fine art and flip flops, families and connoisseurs, fun and education.
Jefferson Bell Tower Festival Jefferson IA June7-8 Jefferson's annual Festival promises a weekend full of family-friendly fun and entertainment. Nestled in the middle of Greene County's county seat, the Festival is home to a broad spectrum of activities.
Newton Iowa Sculpture Festival Newton IA June14-16 The purpose and goal of the Iowa Sculpture Festival is to celebrate the development and growth of sculpture as an ultimate art form and to feature artists that create it.
Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda IA June13-16 Hear exciting bands from around the world topped off by the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Enjoy the new Glenn Miller Birthplace Museum and the Birthplace Home; stage shows; picnics; dances; historical displays; plus the fellowship of hundreds of Miller fans from around the world.
Farmington Strawberry Festival Farmington IA June14-16 Crafts, antiques, collectibles, games, and food booths are just a few of the things you will find lining the streets of the downtown area on these three days in June.
80/35 Music Festival Des Moines IA July5-6 80/35 is a multi-day music festival in Des Moines, Iowa celebrating music and the people who support music. The name comes from the two prominent interstates, I-80 and I-35, that meet at the corner of Des Moines. The festival includes a stage for national touring bands and several smaller stages featuring regional and local supporting acts.