Littlefield Recreation Area is owned and operated by the Audubon County Conservation Board (ACCB). Its 444 acres provide many types of recreational opportunities. They include camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, winter sports, and a bison exhibit. The campground has approximately 100 sites available with electricity and water. Fifteen of the sites have full sewer hook-ups.
Audubon County is one of the prime areas in the state for pheasant hunting. About 100 acres are provided for public hunting. These areas are clearly marked. In addition to the public hunting areas, areas of the park that are not managed for intensive recreation are managed for wildlife.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Audubon CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
AUDUBON COUNTY CONSERVATION
2672 Littlefield Drive
Exira, IA 50076
PHONE: (712) 268-2762
EMAIL: Contact Audubon CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Audubon County Conservation
Activities in Audubon CountyActivities that can be found in Audubon County Conservation areas include: picnicking, camping, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, winter sports, etc. In addition, the ACCB provides opportunities for schools, clubs, or individuals to learn more about their environment through programs. Naturalist programs have been offered for the past seven years in the campground with topics including mammals, birds of prey, amphibians, canoeing, youth fishing, and Dutch Oven cooking. For more information, contact the Conservation office.
Facilities in Audubon CountyFacilities available within the Audubon County Conservation areas include: Campgrounds, open shelters, hiking & X-country skiing trails, swimming beach, playground, winter sports area, historic site and more!