Osceola County Conservation is located in northwest Iowa, bordered on the north by Minnesota and is home to the Willow Creek Nature Center. Additionally, the Osceola CCB manages 46 individual parks, wildlife areas, roadside areas and water recreation accesses across the county encompassing some 1,816 acres.
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities provided by the Osceola CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
OSCEOLA COUNTY CONSERVATION
5945 Hwy. 9
Ocheyedan, IA 51354
PHONE: (712) 758-3709
FAX: (712) 758-3669
Activities in Osceola CountyThe Osceola County Conservation Board maintains 8 parks, and 40 preserves and wildlife management areas conveniently located throughout the county. these areas offer many and varied recreational activities including: picnicing, camping, swimming, hunting, fishing, softball, volleyball, tennis, horseback riding and many others.
Facilities in Osceola CountyFacilities that can be found within areas managed by the Osceola CCB include: hiking, swimming, picnicking, hunting, open & enclosed shelters, nature center and much more