Iowa County Conservation is located in southeastern Iowa and is criss-crossed by Interstate 80 and the Iowa River. Currently, the Iowa CCB manages 14 parks, wildlife areas, preserves and historic sites encompassing some 1,577 acres across the county.
A short preview: Lake Iowa Park is the largest recreational area, including a 97 acre lake, campground, nature center, bird blind and trails. Since 1962, visitors have enjoyed fishing, camping, picnicking, hiking and swimming. Winter sports such as cross-country skiing, ice fishing and winter camping are also available. Naturalist programs are offered throughout the year.
For additional information about the programs, services and activities offered by the Iowa CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
IOWA COUNTY CONSERVATION
2550 G Ave
Ladora, IA 52251
PHONE: (319) 655-8465
EMAIL: Contact Iowa CCB
Activities in Iowa CountyActivities that can be found within the Iowa CCB system include: fishing, camping, conservation education programs, picnicking, hiking and swimming. Activities such as cross-country skiing, ice fishing and camping are also available in the winter recreation season.
Facilities in Iowa CountyFacilities available for public use within the Iowa County park system include: Lake Iowa Nature Center, campground, beaches, trails, open & enlcosed shelters, and many more!