Relax amid beautiful settings on the river cliff campground with 38 sites, utility hookups and grills. A central service offers rest rooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Pets are allowed if restrained. Campground open year round, water available, but not to each site in winter.
Two rental camping trailers and a log cabin are also available by calling the park direct. Each trailer has kitchen, bath, and sleeps six. The log cabin sleeps two and renter uses campground facilities.
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Groups appreciate the opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of urban life at this small, scenic park perched above the Mississippi River. The park’s contemporary meeting facility blends into the surrounding forestland with its two meeting rooms.
The largest of the meeting rooms is 2,400 square feet and can seat up to 180 people in a classroom style of seating. The smaller of the two rooms is 520 square feet and will comfortably seat 32 people in banquet style set-up.
Meetings, retreats, training sessions, holiday parties, weddings and special events are welcome at Columbus-Belmont. Ask our staff for a listing of local caterers. Please review the Meeting Space Matrix for exact capacities, dimensions and square footage of the meeting rooms.
Shelters are available for rental from April 1 to October 31. Activities building open year-round for rental.
Columbus-Belmont State Park is a National Scenic Byway and National Trail of Tears Site. It is also on the Civil War Heritage Trail.
Students of all ages can learn about the area and the Civil War in the museum. The park has a snack bar, gift shop, miniature golf, a picnic area and playground with shelters that are available for rental up to one year in advance.
The museum, gift shop, snack bar, and mini golf are open daily May 1 - Labor Day, and weekends through September. Closed November 1 - April 30. (available by appointment only). Admission is $4.00 for adults (13 & over), $3.00 for seniors and children. Groups of 10 or more is $2.00 per person.
Teachers click here for class tour information. (Adobe PDF)