Welcome to the Sioux County Conservation Board’s website.  With over 2,700 acres of land in 24 different parks we have something to offer everyone.  Activities include bird watching, hunting, camping, education programs, and so much more!


The mission of our education team is to provide education opportunities that enhance outdoor experiences for all ages.  Many programs are offered year round for all ages and skill level.

Parks & Wildlife

Sioux County Conservation offers 24 different areas to explore, from wildlife refuges to public hunting and fishing areas.  There are 7 campgrounds in 5 of the parks, swimming beaches at 2, and much more to do in the parks.


Looking for available rentals dates for cabins, shelters or campsite?  Click here to find out what is available in Sioux County Iowa.


Looking to register for an upcoming event or curious what is offered by our staff?  Click here to find out more!


With 7 different campgrounds there is something for all camper enthusiasts.  Click here to find out locations and availability of our campgrounds.

Conservation Foundation

This non-profit organization was formed with the goal of providing resources for the enhancement, preservation, and enjoyment of nature in Sioux County. Click here for information on how to get involved with the foundation and current projects.

News & Announcements

New Website!

Sioux County Conservation Board is excited to roll out its new website!  This site has all the information pertaining to the programs and activities sponsored by the conservation board, along with all the recreation options offered throughout the county. You will also find information about all of our parks and so much more! With the … Read more

Campgrounds closed for season

As the air turns colder and the possibility of snow showers as to rain starts coming through the weather channel it is that time of year again when we have to start winterizing our restrooms. As of October 22, 2017 the following campground have been closed for the season: Deer Run (Oak Grove), Meadowlark and … Read more

Conservation Events