Camp Nauvoo

Camp Nauvoo is a beautiful 30 acre campground located on the south side of Historic Nauvoo. Set on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, Camp Nauvoo offers a spectacular view. Nauvoo’s Historic sites are only 1.2 miles away and the LDS Temple is approximately 1.4 miles north of the campgrounds. Owned by the Community of Christ Nauvoo Mission Center, its major focus is to provide a place for camping experiences for church youth and families. It is available to other groups and individual families when not scheduled for these activities.  It is a great place for youth groups and family reunions - plenty of space.  Give us a call (217-453-9930 or my cell phone - 217-242-0379) or send us an email (tinsleypenny@gmail.com) and we will get back to you.

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Latitude: 40.538611 Longitude: -91.376884 Elevation: 625 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Kim Orth

Number of Camp Sites

17

Campground Style

Full-Hookups

Maximum Number of People a Campsite May Accommodate

140 cabin stay

Nightly Fee

$5-$26

Direct Link to Reservation Site

http://www.campnauvoo.org/facilities/

Driving Directions

Non-RV Vehicle Directions
Coming into town from the east on Highway 96, turn south (left) at Casey’s service station. Follow Warsaw St. through the jog and the camp is on your right-about 0.8 miles.
Coming along the river road (Highway 96) from the south watch for the speed limit sign announcing a reduced speed to 45 mph. At the next 45 mph sign turn up the hill to the right (away from the river) and go about 0.3 miles to the top of the second hill. Camp Nauvoo is on your left.  There is also a sign on the left side of the road pointing you up the hill to the campgrounds.

RV and Bus Directions
Coming either direction on Highway 96 turn at the State Park entrance, Parley St., and drive up the hill. Turn right onto Warsaw St. Follow Warsaw St. to the Camp Nauvoo entrance which will be on your right, about .3 of a mile.  This is the allowed route for buses and large RVs.

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