Pocahontas County Conservation, located in northwest Iowa, is home to many hidden and often forgotten natural treasures. Pocahontas CCB manages 38 parks, campgrounds, wildlife areas, historic sites, and trails encompassing 2,275 acres across the county. Their primary goal is to provide balanced conservation, recreation, and education programs to the citizens of Pocahontas County. As public servants, they are entrusted with the mission of "conserving our natural heritage for those who follow."
For additional information about the services, programs and facilities provided by the Pocahontas CCB, please use the following contact information:
POCAHONTAS COUNTY CONSERVATION
702 NW 7th St.
Pocahontas, IA 50574
PHONE: (712) 335-4395
FAX: (712) 335-3606
Activities in Pocahontas CountyActivities that can be enjoyed within areas managed by the Pocahontas CCB include: camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, swimming, educational programs and much more.
Facilities in Pocahontas CountyFacilities that are available for public use within areas managed by the Pocahontas CCB include: campgrounds, trails, camping cabin, overviews, open shelters, historic sites, and much more.