Louisa County Conservation is located in beautiful
southeast Iowa at the confluence of the Cedar, Iowa and Mississippi
Rivers. Currently, the Louisa County Conservation Board manages 17
individual parks, natural areas, historic sites and water recreation
accesses encompassing some 2,552 acres across the county. We have two
officially state designated water trails including the Odessa and Iowa
River Water Trails.
For additional information about the programs, services and activities offered by Louisa County Conservation, 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 County
Paddling on two officially designated Water Trails; camping at three different campgrounds; over 15,000 acres of public hunting (including DNR & FWS areas in the county); hiking trails; excellent fishing for crappie, walleye, panfish, bass and catfish; a diversity of public educational programs; boating on the Iowa, Cedar and Mississippi River or Odessa; visit any of the four historical and cultural museums in the county or the Swinging Bridge in Columbus Junction and much more. Did you know Louisa County could have the oldest Concrete Highway built by convicts back in 1914. Come check it all out.
Facilities in Louisa County
Three campgrounds with electric and water; picnic shelters at Virginia Grove,Chinkapin Bluffs and Flaming Prairie; Langwood Education Center (available for rental); the Langwood Ropes Challenge Course; five boat accesses and more!
Parks in Louisa County