Sioux County Conservation is located in northwest Iowa with the Big Sioux River as the western boundary and is home to Oak Grove/Big Sioux Park near Hawarden. The Sioux CCB manages 24 parks, natural areas, water recreation accesses and rest areas across the county, encompassing some 2,700 acres. Activities that can be found within areas managed by the Sioux CCB include fishing, hunting, camping, educational programs, hiking, seasonal cabin rentals, shelter rentals and more to see and explore.
Sioux County Conservation Board was formed in 1960. It is governed by a board of five members, representing each area of Sioux County. A board meeting is held the first Wednesday after the 3rd of the month at 6:40pm at Oak Grove Park.
For additional information about the services, facilities and programs offered by the Sioux CCB, please utilize the following contact information:
SIOUX COUNTY CONSERVATION
Oak Grove Park
4051 Cherry Ave
Hawarden, Iowa 51023
PHONE: (712) 552-1047
FAX (712) 552-3047
EMAIL: Contact Sioux CCB
WEBSITE: Go to the Sioux County Conservation Website
Activities in Sioux CountyMany activities can be found to do throughout Sioux County some activities include: Pheasant, Deer, and Turkey Hunting; Fishing and Ice Fishing; Hiking; Nature Studies; Bird Watching; Camping; Swimming in designated areas; Boating including Canoeing/Kayaking; Education Programs; and much more
Facilities in Sioux CountyFacilities available in Sioux County include: campground, cabins, shelters, hiking trails, boat ramps, and much more.