Sac County Conservation
is located in west-central Iowa and is home to Hagge Park along the North Raccoon River. We manage 3 larger parks and many wildlife areas, with hiking trails and water recreation accesses approximately 907 acres across the county. Many recreational opportunities await you at these areas, ranging from biking the scenic Sauk Rail Trail, to walking the wooded trails of Hagge Park, hunting at Whitetail Woods or canoeing the North Raccoon River. There is plenty of opportunity for camping, birdwatching, fishing, hiking and more!
For additional information about the programs, services and facilities provided by the Sac CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
SAC COUNTY CONSERVATION
2970 280th St.
Sac City, IA 50583
PHONE: (712) 662-4530
FAX: (712) 662-4536
EMAIL: Contact Sac CCB
WEBSITE: Go to Sac County Conservation
Activities in Sac County
In addition to managing these areas, the SCCB has a strong environmental education program designed to increase awareness and enjoyment of the county’s natural resources. The environmental education program is active throughout the county and makes presentations to schools, civic groups, various types of organizations and clubs, Boy and Girl Scouts and to the general public year round. The Halloween Night Hike, summer camps, winter day camps, Outrageous Outdoors and Conservation Field Day are just a few examples of the many opportunities for children and adults to learn about our natural resources.
Facilities in Sac County
Facilities available for public use within the areas managed by the Sac CCB include: a conservation center, campgrounds, a camping cabin, open & enclosed shelters, trails, boat ramps and much more!
Parks in Sac County