Greene County Conservation is located in west central Iowa and currently manages 19 areas (parks, trails, wildlife management areas, and river accesses) encompassing some 1,549 acres. Greene County is home to Iowa's second oldest county park - Squirrel Hollow - built by Civil Works Administration crews in 1934. The North Raccoon River meanders through Greene County, providing many water recreation opportunities throughout the county. For additional information about programs, services and facilities offered by the Greene CCB - please utilize the following contact information:
GREENE COUNTY CONSERVATION
114 N. Chestnut Street
Jefferson, IA 50129
PHONE: (515) 386-5674
FAX: (515) 386-5274
EMAIL: Contact Greene CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Greene County Conservation
Activities in Greene CountyActivities provided within areas managed by the Greene CCB include: camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, boating, hunting, picnicking and many more!
Facilities in Greene CountyFacilities available within Greene CCB areas include: campgrounds, beaches, open & enclosed shelters, boat ramps, fishing riffles, shower houses, the Raccoon River Valley Trail, and much more!