Allamakee County Conservation manages 19 individual parks, river access and canoe landing areas encompassing some 158 acres in NE Iowa. Bounded by the State of Minnesota on the north and the Mississippi River to the east, Allamakee county's diverse terrain offers many great opportunities for exploration of unique natural resources.
Whether you're looking for some high-energy family fun or a quiet place to sit back and commune with nature, you'll find your own special paradise in Allamakee County! Our parks and recreational areas offer a wide variety of activities in the timeless setting of northeast Iowa's rolling hills. Visit the great outdoors-from cross country skiing to cruising the backwaters of the Mississippi River. You can hike, bike, or drive through Northeast Iowa's beautiful hillsides and experience the rich history of the land.
For additionall information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Allamakee CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
ALLAMAKEE COUNTY CONSERVATION
Box 278, 427 N 1st Street
Harpers Ferry, IA 52146-0278
EMAIL: Contact Allamakee CCB
You can also visit our online website at:
Activities in Allamakee County
Activities available in Allamakee County areas include: hiking/trails, picnicking, fishing, canoeing/boating, etc.
Facilities in Allamakee County
Several parks in the Allamakee County Conservation system feature open shelters for public use.
Parks in Allamakee County