Cass County Conservation
is located in southwest Iowa and is home to the 1856 Hitchcock House - listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Cass CCB manages 13 individual parks, wildlife areas, historic sites and refuges encompassing some 588 acres about the county
The Hitchcock House was built by Rev. George B. Hitchcock. The Hitchcock House played a major role in moving freedom seekers to Canada prior to the Civil War. The house has been accepted as a site on the National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, and is a National Historic Landmark. The Hitchcock House is located in the Hitchcock Recreation Area.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilties offered by the Cass CCB, please utilize the following connections:
CASS COUNTY CONSERVATION
57744 Lewis Rd
Lewis, Iowa 51544
PHONE: (712) 769-2372
EMAIL: Contact Cass County Conservation
WEBSITE: Go to Cass CCB on the Web
Activities in Cass County
Activities available in Cass County Conservation areas include: camping, picnicking, hiking & biking, fishing & boating, winter sports activities, hunting, etc.
Facilities in Cass County
Facilities availble for public use in Cass County areas include: playgrounds, campgrounds, open & enclosed shelters, trails, historic sites, and much more!
Parks in Cass County