Johnson County Conservation
is located in southeast Iowa - the largest city in Johnson County is Iowa City, home to the University of Iowa. The Johnson CCB currently manages 21 parks, preserves, conservation areas and river accesses encompassing some 1,634.22 acres across the county. They manage natural resources and outdoor recreation areas throughout the county - several native prairies, river access areas, small community parks, and the 1,053 acre F.W. Kent Park provide a variety of services in natural resources recreation, and conservation.
For additional information about the services, programs and activities offered by the Johnson CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
JOHNSON COUNTY CONSERVATION
F.W. Kent Park
2048 Hwy 6 NW
Oxford, IA 52322
PHONE: (319) 645-2315
FAX: (319) 645-2204
EMAIL: Contact Johnson CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Johnson County Conservation
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Activities in Johnson County
Activities that can be found within areas managed by the Johnson CCB include: camping, fishing, boating, educational programs, swimming, hiking, cross-country skiing and many more!
Facilities in Johnson County
Facilities available for public use within Johnson CCB areas include: campgrounds, trails, open shelters, youth camp facilities, playgrounds, nature center, and many more!
Parks in Johnson County