Lyon County Conservation is located in the extreme northwest corner of Iowa - bordered by the Missouri River on the west and the state of Minnesota on the north. The Lyon CCB currently manages 18 parks, wildlife areas and river accesses encompassing some 2,255 acres across the county. The 282 acre Lake Pahoja Recreation Area is one of Lyon County's favorite regional destinations.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Lyon CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
LYON COUNTY CONSERVATION
300 S. 4th Ave., Suite 200
Rock Rapids, IA 51246
PHONE: (712) 472-2217
Activities in Lyon County
Activities available within areas managed by the Lyon CCB include: camping, hiking, biking, swimming, hunting, picnicking, fishing, boating and many more!
Upcoming Nature Tales Programs:
Larchwood Library (10am): March 14, and April 11
Little Rock Library (4pm): April 4
George Library (3:45pm): March 14, and April 11
Facilities in Lyon County
Amongst the many facilities available throughout the Lyon CCB park system, a few of the features at the Lake Pahoja area include: 6 open picnic shelters with modern restroom facilities and drinking water available, three playgrounds, two volleyball courts, a basketball court, and a 9-hole disc golf course. Two enclosed lodges are also available -- each containing four to six picnic tables, a fireplace, and outdoor pedestal grills.
ALL CAMPING IS FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE
Parks in Lyon County