Nestled between the Mississippi River and towering Northeast Iowa bluffs. Enjoy the natural beauty of nearby Pikes Peak State Park, while picnicking at one of the rustic stone shelters. Hike, mountain bike or cross country ski the many dirt, gravel and grass trails totaling 11.5 miles in the park. Stay at one of the 70 camp sites at Pikes Peak State Park campground offering both electric and non-electric sites and full amenities.
In town, enjoy the small unique businesses in the historic downtown, including historic lodging at the Stauer House, one-of-a-kind gift shops and the McGregor-Marquette Center for the Arts where visitors can participate in classes and workshops or purchase local art.
Satisfy your hunger after a long day of hiking at the River View Restaurant, home of the famous Mississippi Cricorat and the best frog legs. Visit during one of McGregor’s special events including arts and crafts festivals, flea markets, classic car cruises, Old West re-enactments and beer and wine fests.