OSKALOOSA, Iowa — Eveland Access Campground, located right on the Des Moines River, was filled with decorated campsites and grounds, and filled with families looking for some Halloween fun, according to Oskaloosa Herald Online.
The autumn day was clear and bright for the second annual Eveland Access Halloween Bash, Oskaloosa Herald Online explained.
“It’s a way for our conservation board to provide a fun family activity at the end of the camping season,” said Laura De Cook, naturalist for the Mahaska County Conservation Board. “We have a lot of family activities going on, anything from football throws to painting pumpkins, to coyote-calling contests, owl-calling contests, and just fun activities throughout the day.”
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