Ringgold County Conservation is located in the hills of southwest Iowa and invites you to visit the natural resource and recreational areas located in beautiful southern Iowa. The Ringgold County Conservation Board has been involved in various programs promoting conservation, recreation, wildlife areas and environmental education while managing 8 parks, trails and wildlife areas across the county, encompassing over 1000 acres.
Ringgold County Conservation maintains three public parks for camping. Camping is on a first-come first-serve basis. We do take reservations by phone with a 2 night minimum at least a week in advance. All county parks have 20, 30 and 50 amp outlets for all sizes of campers. Shelters, water, pit toilets and playground equipment are all available at each park. Many miles of trails are maintained and wind through forest and prairie areas. Hikers, cross country skiers and nature enthusiasts can enjoy the beauty of southwest Iowa on Ringgold County trails.
Ringgold County is known for its breathtaking hills and diverse scenery. Visit the only county in Iowa with the Greater Prairie Chicken. Take a trip to see and listen to the Prairie Chickens boom mid-March through mid-May. Excellent hunting, camping, picnicking and sightseeing opportunities will keep you coming back for more!
No Recreational Motor Vehicles in any RCCB area including: ATV's, Snowmobiles, Dirtbikes, Golf Carts, etc...
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