Madison County Conservation
is located in south central Iowa and is home to Pammel Park and some of Iowa's historic covered bridges. Additionally, the Madison CCB collectively manages 17 parks, wildlife areas and historic sites encompassing over 2,400 acres across the county.
The Madison County Conservation Board welcomes you to the County of historic Covered Bridges, densely wooded river valleys, majestic limestone bluffs and gently rolling grasslands. For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Madison CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
MADISON COUNTY CONSERVATION
P.O. Box 129
Winterset, IA 50273
PHONE: (515) 462-3536
EMAIL: Contact Madison CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Madison County Conservation
FACEBOOK: Go to Madison County Conservation Board
Activities in Madison County
Recreational opportunities abound within the Madison CCB areas. Individual park development varies from full utility camping and shelter facilities to undeveloped natural areas. Some of our recreational opportunities include, fishing, camping, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing, and seasonal environmental education programs available for all ages. Handicapped accessible facilities are provided in nearly every park.
Facilities in Madison County
Facilities available for use within the areas managed by the Madison CCB include: campgrounds, trails, camping yurts, open and enclosed shelters and much more!
Parks in Madison County