The 770-acre Bellevue State 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. The Dyas Unit has 46 camping sites, 31 with electrical hookups; modern rest rooms, showers, a sanitary dumping station, over three miles of foot trails, scenic overlooks, and a stream. With fantastic views of the Mississippi River, the Nelson Unit features open picnic shelters, a lodge perfect for wedding receptions and family events, four trails, the South Bluff Nature Center, and the Garden Sanctuary for Butterflies.
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