Floyd County parks are currently closed due to the flooding of the Shell Rock and Cedar Rivers.
Floyd County is located in north-central Iowa and is home to the Fossil & Prairie Park Preseve and Center. In addition, Floyd County Conservation manages 32 individual parks, preserves, natural areas and river accesses that encompass some 2,400 acres. The Winnebago, Shell Rock and Cedar Rivers cascade from NW to SE across Floyd County and provide numerous water recreation opportunities throughout the county. For additional information about programs, areas and activities offered by Floyd County Conservation, please utilize the following contact information:
FLOYD COUNTY CONSERVATION
1227 215th Street, Box 495
Rockford, IA 50468-0495
PHONE: (641) 756-3490
EMAIL: Contact Floyd County Conservation
WEBSITE: Go to Floyd County Conservation Information
Activities in Floyd County
Activities that can be found within Floyd County Conservation areas include:
- Environmental Education programs
- Fossil hunting
- And much more!
Facilities in Floyd County
Facilities available for public use within Floyd County Conservation areas include
- Picnic shelters
- Visitor Center
- Historic site
- And many more.
Parks in Floyd County