Amana Colonies RV Park has 490 total RV sites and can accommodate big rigs. When I called to make reservations, I was told it depended on who arrived first whether we would have a 50 or 30 amp site. We didn't quite understand that until we arrived and saw that the campsites back up to each other. We arrived first so we pulled through our site and we had 50 amp service. The cost was $34.24 for full hookups for two nights.
Amana Colonies RV Park is just a big open field with all kinds of camping paraphernalia, -- motorhomes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, etc.
In 1932, amidst America's Great Depression, Amana set aside its communal way of life because it was seen as a barrier to achieving individual goals. Instead of leaving or watching their children leave, they changed. They established The Amana Society, Inc, a profit-sharing corporation to manage the farmland, the mills and the larger enterprises and it is still in existence today. The seven villages represent an American dream come true -- a thriving community founded by religious faith and community spirit. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965.