Otter Creek Park

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Otter Creek’s shady picnic area, winding trails, secluded campsites, prairie restoration and small pond are what make this park a favorite spot for many of Warren County’s residents. There are 80 acres of wilderness to explore here.

Otter Creek was the Warren County Conservation Board’s first land purchase. Since 1976, when the conservation purchased the park, the park has taken shape.


OTTER CREEK PARK MAP



Location

Address:
14400 Quebec Street
Indianola, IA 50125

Directions:
Otter Creek park is located seven miles south of Indianola. Travel 4 miles south on Hwy 65/69. Follow Highway 65 at the split. From there look for the Otter Creek sign. Turn south on 150th then west on Quebec to the park. The park is on the south side of the road.

Map:
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Features

The park features a primitive camping area, small pond, trails, observation platform, picnic area and shelter. The shelter is very popular for family reunions and scout outings. Call 515-961-6169 to get your event scheduled today!

Warren County Conservation Board naturalists provide education programs at Otter Creek for every age group, school, civic organization or scout group. Call 515-961-6169 to schedule a program or find out about upcoming programs in the county.

Operating Hours & Seasons

Park hours are 6:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.