Louisa County Conservation is located in southeast Iowa at the confluence of the Cedar, Iowa and Mississippi Rivers. It is home
to one of the first great water trails in Iowa. Currently, the Louisa
County Conservation Board manages 15 individual parks, natural areas,
historic sites and water recreation accesses encompassing some 2,518
acres across the county.
For additional information about the programs, services and activities offered by the Louisa CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
LOUISA COUNTY CONSERVATION
12635 County Rd G56, Suite 101
Wapello, Iowa 52653
PHONE: (319) 523-8381
FAX: (319) 729-2131
EMAIL: Contact Louisa CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Louisa County Conservation
Activities in Louisa CountyActivities available within areas managed by the Louisa County Conservation include: camping, hunting, hiking, paddling, fishing, educational programs, boating, and many more.
Facilities in Louisa CountyFacilities available for public use within areas managed by the Louisa County Conservation include: campgrounds, trails, open & enclosed shelters, education center & camp and many more!