Jones County Conservation is located in east central Iowa and features the Maquoketa and Wapsipinicon Rivers as two main outdoor recreation natural resources. Currently, Jones County Conservation manages over 20 parks, wildlife areas, trails and river accesses throughout the county - encompassing some 3,233 acres.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Jones County Conservation Board, please utilize the following contact information:
JONES COUNTY CONSERVATION
12515 Central Park Rd.
Center Junction, IA 52212
PHONE: (563) 487-3541
FAX: (563) 487-5034
EMAIL: Contact Jones CCB
Twin Rivers Review Newsletter Spring/Summer 2017
Twin Rivers Review Newsletter Fall/Winter 2016
Map Jones County Conservation Wildlife Areas, Parks, Preserves
Activities in Jones County
Activities that can be found within the areas managed by Jones County Conservation include: camping, hiking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, picnicking, educational programming and much more!
**The Central Park Lake is drained and under restoration. The campground at Central Park will remain open during the restoration for camping and cabin rentals.
Facilities in Jones County
Facilities for public use that can be found within the Jones County park system include: nature center, campgrounds, camping cabins, trails, beaches and open and enclosed shelters.
Parks in Jones County