Come join us at the Stateline Trailblazers

Camping/ Boating weekend to be held June12-14.

To be held on the banks of the Mississippi river Dubuque. If you’re a camper you can call 1-563-589-4238 Dubuque Riverside Park & Campground. They should be opening soon to take reservations. They have 100 sites but I wouldn’t wait too long to make reservations.

If you’re not up for roughing it you can stay right next to campground at Mystique Casino Greyhound Park 1-800-373-3647 Just bring lawn chair, picnic food & Beverage to hang out at camp ground.

You can see campground as you cross the river on the right side 11/151. Just take exit after you cross river like you’re going to casino, then drive back towards river till stop sign, then take a left to campground.

Friday come at your leisure for socializing around the campfire. Saturday morning 10:00 group boat ride heading up river going through locks with bar & beach stops along the way. Only need to bring drinks & snacks for trip we will stop to eat. Bring sun screen & attitude for fun! We should have enough boats for all that want to go.

Let Randy Johnson 608-558-1839, know if you can come & if you are bringing a boat or just have questions.     

City of Dubuque Leisure Services
563.589.4263  |

The Miller Riverview Campground online reservation system is now live!! We welcome you to click on the "RESERVE A SPOT TODAY" button on the Miller Riverview Park and Campground web page ( to make your reservations for the campground. The Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day reservation process will also be online this year. The details about when these holidays will be available to reserve will be announced by Monday April 27th.

The rates are standard electric sites, $15.00 a night and standard non-electric primitive sites, $12.00 a night.




Stateline Trailblazers Mission Statement:
  1. Maintain a system of trails for the use of snowmobiling
  2. Promote the sport of snowmobiling 
  3. Promote good conduct, sportsmanship, safety and conservation
  4. Promote and maintain good relationships with land owners and government agencies


Snowmobilers Code of Ethics:

Driver etiquette and snowmobile safety go hand in hand. You, as a snowmobiler must do your part to make snowmobiling a welcome activity for your area. Snowmobiling can be a disturbance to those who don’t themselves snowmobile, particularly in residential areas. Do not race your engine, or ride the vehicle at night near dwellings, hospitals or other quiet zones. Work actively to keep snowmobiling a great sport by observing the “Snowmobilers Code of Ethics”.


  1. I will be a good sportsman and conservationist. I recognize that people judge all snowmobilers by my actions. I will use my influence with other snowmobile owners and operators to promote sportsmanlike conduct.
  2. I will not litter any trails or areas, nor will I pollute streams or lakes. I will carry out what I carry in.
  3. I will not damage living trees, shrubs, or other natural features.
  4. I will respect others peoples’ property and rights.
  5. I will lend a helping hand when I see someone in need.
  6. I will make myself and my vehicle available in search and rescue operations.
  7. I will not interfere with the activities of other winter sportsman. I will respect their right to enjoy their recreational activity.
  8. I will know and obey all federal, state and local rules regulating the operation of snowmobiles in the areas where I use my vehicle.
  9. I will not harass Wildlife.
  10. I will not snowmobile where prohibited.


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