Daisy Long Memorial Park Cabin

Call the Hardin County Conservation Headquarter's Office at 641-648-4361 for reservations and availability.

Daisy Long Campground Cabin:

Daisy Long Memorial Park is located exactly one mile east of Union, Iowa. As on of Hardin County's most treasured parks, this is the original site of the first water powered grist mill built in 1856 with some of the old foundation still remaining.


This unique area offers camping, fishing, and picnicking. This area provides a great opportunity for family outings, featuring a cabin for reservation and a public restroom facility. A public park shelter is located within walking distance from the cabin near the boat launch.


The cabin's kitchen features updated appliances such as a refrigerator, microwave, toaster and an electric coffee maker. Plenty of cabinet space is available  and a dining table for four is provided. 


Two full sized beds are available, bedding is not provided.


Both men and women's restroom and shower facilities are available in the park just to the north of the cabin.


To make reservations and check cabin availability, please call the Hardin County Conservation Headquarters Office at 641-648-4361.


  • Daisy Long Park is located at 33671-D65, Union, Iowa 
  • One mile east of Union 
  • Turn left on D65, 1/8th of a mile.

Cabin and Park Regulations:

  • All rules and regulations of the Hardin County Conservation Board are in effect.
  • All laws of the State of Iowa are in effect.
  • Smoking and Pets are prohibited inside the cabin.
  • Keg Beer is prohibited.
  • Cabin furniture must remain inside the cabin.
  • Clean-up of the cabin must be completed prior to check out.
  • Park closes at 10:30 PM (except to campers)
  • Quiet time is from 10:30 PM to 6:30 AM
  • Fires in designated rings ONLY.

View a full list of park regulations here:

Cabin Policies:

Cabin Rules and Rental Agreement

Cabin Refund Policy

Cabin Rental Cleaning Checklist

For additional information regarding this park, please contact Hardin County Conservation Headquarters by calling 641-648-4361 or by email.