The Cedar County Conservation Board is located in east-central Iowa and is home to Cedar Valley and Bennett Parks. The Cedar CCB manages 16 parks, wildlife areas and timbers encompassing 920 acres throughout Cedar County. The Cedar County Conservation Board offers a variety educational programs throughout the year for schools, youth groups, scouts, clubs, church groups, and service organizations. The mission of the Conservation Board's Environmental Education Program is to increase the communities appreciation for and understanding of our natural resources. This objective can best be reached through quality educational and recreational opportunities that are available and appealing to all ages.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Cedar CCB, please contact them via the information following:
CEDAR COUNTY CONSERVATION
713 E. South Street
Tipton, Iowa 52772
PHONE: (563) 886-6930
FAX: (563) 886-2095
EMAIL: Contact Cedar CCB
WEBSITE: Go to CCCB on the Web
Activities in Cedar CountyActivities available within the Cedar County Conservation areas include: educational programming, camping, fishing, hunting, picnicking, boating, hunting & much more!
Facilities in Cedar CountyFacilities that you can find for public use within the Cedar County Conservation program include: campgrounds, open & enclosed shelters, trails, and much more!