Guthrie County Conservation
offers a variety of recreational opportunities including camping, hunting, fishing, canoeing, biking, bird-watching, picnicking, and much more. Guthrie County is rich in natural resources and diverse in recreational areas giving everyone an opportunity to enjoy the county. Located in SW central Iowa, the Guthrie County Conservation Board welcomes and invites you to enjoy the conservation and recreation areas in Guthrie County. They currently manage 14 individual parks, wildlife areas, historic sites, and a portion of the Raccoon River Valley Trail - collectively encompassing over 1,169 acres. For additional information about the services, programs and activities offered by the Guthrie CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
Guthrie County Conservation Board
206 West South Street
Panora, IA 50216
Guthrie County Conservation Board meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 PM at the GCCB office at 206 W. South Street, Panora, Iowa 50216.
Activities in Guthrie County
Guthrie County Conservation offers a variety of recreational opportunities including camping, hunting, fishing, canoeing, biking, hiking, bird-watching, picnicking, and much more.
Facilities in Guthrie County
Facilities available for public use within the Guthrie County park system include: campgrounds, canoe accesses, the Guthrie County Historical Village, multi-use recreational trails, wildlife areas, shelters, hiking trails, playgrounds, and much more!
Parks in Guthrie County