Fife's Grove Park

Barred Owl at Fife
Barred Owl at Fife
Big Bluestem at Fife
Gray Headed Coneflower
Shady Oaks Shelter

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Fife’s Grove Park is a 52 acre park located one mile north of Mount Ayr. Fife’s Grove is our most diverse habitat area and features an oak savanna with trees aging well over 150 years old, a wetland restoration, reconstructed prairie and newly renovated 3 acre pond.                

In 1964, Fife’s Grove became the first park to come under the management of the Ringgold County Conservation Board. A modern playground, 3 shelter houses, restroom, pond gazebo, historic one room log cabin, hiking trails and campground provide an abundance of activities for all ages.                

The Ringgold County Conservation Board office is located on the north edge of Fife’s Grove Park.

Location

1 mile north of Mount Ayr, IA

Features

* Camping - Electric and Primitive
* Shelters - 2 Open and 1 Enclosed
* 1 Pit Toilet
* Drinking Water
* Modern Playground
* Picnic Areas
* Fishing
* Birdwatching
* Pond Gazebo
* Hiking


Operating Hours & Seasons

Ringgold County Conservation Board park gates are scheduled to be open March 15 - November 15.
Walk In - Year Round