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Cedar View Park  330 Charles City Road
Sign at the entrance to Cedar View Park Nashua Iowa
Situated alongside picturesque Cedar Lake, beautiful Cedar View Park offers RV camping with 37 sites, boat access, picnic areas and playgrounds. There are two sand beaches offering a pleasant place to swim and sunbathe. There are horseshoe pits and a skate park as well as modern playground equipment for the kids. Three picnic shelters are available and can be reserved.

This family oriented park is a great place to spend a weekend or a week. For a great base camp, Cedar View enables you to park and then explore Nashua and Chickasaw County, if you can pry yourself away the lake view.

Rates: $15.00 for electric $12.00 non-electric.

 

Pictures of swimming camping and picnicing in Cedar View Park in Norteastern Iowa Nashua Iowa

 

Cannon Park  100 Block of Sample Street

Cannon Park in Nashua Iowa.Located in Northeast Iowa

Nashua's oldest park, Cannon Park is a pleasant little park with an overlook of the lake. This parcel was sold to Nashua in 1913 and is dedicated to all those who served in the Grand Army of the Republic of the Civil War, the pleasantries of the park are here for all to enjoy.
Come and have a picnic in the gazebo, let the kids play on the swing and enjoy this historic city park.

 

 

 

 

 

Veteran's Memorial Park  Hwy 346 just across the bridge

Veterans Memorial Park is one of Nashua's newest park. The park is, as the sign says, a memorial to the Veterans who served their country. The plaque at the bottom of the flag poles reads, "IN HONOR OF ALL WHO SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA". In addition to the static displays there are scenic overlooks of the lake and the dam. The park provides easy access to the river below the dam for fishing.
 

Lakeshore Park  North West End of Lakeshore Drive

Lakeshore Park features an 8/10 of a mile walking trail through lush, green canopies of trees and wide open spaces. Here you may encounter fellow hikers or people exercising their dogs. You may encounter people relaxing on a grassy slope reading a book or boater's and fishermen putting out to the lake on the ramp and dock. Lakeshore is pleasant, uncrowded, and relaxing. Who knows? You just might make a new friend there.

 

 

 

Ivy Sailboat in Lakeshore Park Nashua Iowa

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