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Bellevue State Park

24668 Hwy. 52

High bluffs with scenic views of the Mississippi River, 770 acres with timbered walking trails, a unique butterfly sanctuary and an enclosed nature center are just some of the features that make Bellevue State Park so special. Located just south of the picturesque town of Bellevue, the park offers spectacular views of the river, the wildlife, and the unique butterfly garden.

The park lies in two separate tracts. The Nelson Unit is at the immediate south edge of Bellevue on U.S. 52, atop a 300 foot limestone bluff. The Dyas Unit is two miles further south on U.S. 52.


Thisbe Sahwell

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Very pleasant. Good bathrooms and showers. Pretty scenery. Nice place to camp.

Heather Perry

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
We spend a lot of time on the trails here snowshoeing, hiking, shed antler & mushroom hunting . We also tag Monarch Butterflies & do Owl observation. There are Not a lot of trails but perfect for what we enjoy. Also great scenic views.

Tamra Parker

Saturday, July 7, 2018
A very well maintained park, awesome views of the Mississippi River, sweet camp hosts, clean facilities, but the sites were a tad close together for our liking.


Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Great campground. Very clean and well kept.

Dan Kuhfal

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018
Would have gotten 5 stars if the building was open. We go in dead of winters to view eagles and get a great view of tje Mississippi river.

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