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Lacey Lodge

2543 Glass Road
Marble Rock, IA, 50653

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 The Lacey Lodge is name after John Lacey.  Lacey was a member of the Iowa House of Representatives and live in Osklaloosa, Iowa.  He is most prominently known as the namesake of the Lacey Act of 1900. The Act protects both plants and wildlife by creating civil and criminal penalties for a wide array of violations. Most notably, the Act prohibits trade in wildlife, fish, and plants that have been illegally taken, possessed, transported or sold.


The Lacey Lodge is located north of the central open area.  It is situated between two playgrounds and close to the 4 season restroom.


Lacey Lodge is a 40'x28' building with electricity containing 6 tables and benches, wood burning stove, and stainless steel countertop. 

It is surrounded by a 48'x10' deck over looking a wooded valley.

  • Fire ring and picnic table nearby. 
  • Restrooms/Shower facilities a short distance away.
Fire ring
Handicap Accessible
Pets prohibited
Picnic Table
Refuse cans
Table with chairs


Rental Fee is $75 per day. (Effective 07/01/2020)  

A $100 damage deposit is due two weeks prior to reservation.  Deposit must be mailed to: Floyd Co. Conservation, P.O. Box 495, Rockford Iowa 50468

Check-in time: 8 am Check out time: 10:30 pm.

Promotional Discount for Youth Organizations. Use coupon code YOUTH01 at check out. 

Hours of Operation & Seasons

Available for reservation daily on a year round basis.


Facility may be closed during winter months depending on snow accumulations affecting access.