The park features a primitive camping area, a small fishing pond, several trails, and an old homestead site that includes the old storm cellar, house foundation, barn (with a concrete floor and electricity added for park user convenience) and a large shelter with a raised deck. Click here for information on the farmstead site.
The barn and shelter are very popular for family reunions, scout outings, and weddings. A series of mounds built by Native Americans can also be found in the park, accessible by hiking trail.
Hickory Hills Park has 7 primitive campsites. There is a pit latrine in the campground. Water and modern toilets are available in the day use area. Reservations are not accepted. This campground is free of charge. Registration is required and is available at the campground entrance. Campers may stay in WCCB campgrounds for 14 days out of any 30 day period.
23752 Highway 69
New Virginia, IA 50210
Hickory Hills Park is located 13 miles south of Indianola on US Highway 69, just south of Medora and the intersection of Highway G76