Jefferson County Conservation is located in southeast Iowa and currently manages 11 parks, natural areas and trails which encompass some 1361 acres across the county. The conservation board offices and nature center is located at Jefferson County Park which is considered the nucleus of the Jefferson County park system.
For information about all of the Jefferson County Conservation areas, as well as programs and services, please utilize the following contact information;
JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSERVATION
2003 Libertyville Road
Fairfield, IA 52556
PHONE: (641) 472-4421
FAX: (641) 472-7911
EMAIL: Contact the Jefferson CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Jefferson County Conservation
Activities in Jefferson County
Some of the activities that can be found within the Jefferson CCB areas include: camping, hiking, biking, picnicking, birding, fishing, cross country skiing, canoeing/kayaking (on Cedar Creek and Skunk River) and horseback riding (Turkey Run Wildlife Area).
Facilities in Jefferson County
Facilities available for public use within the Jefferson CCB program include: campgrounds, nature center, camping cabins, trails, open shelters, playgrounds, fishing ponds and much more!
Parks in Jefferson County