Iowa River Water Trail Master Plan

The Master Plan for the Iowa River Water Trail is finished and available for reading at your leisure!  This plan covers topics ranging from current conditions to goals and objectives.  It covers the geology, hydrology, archaeology and so much more!  The Iowa River Water Trail is shared between Johnson and Louisa Counties and runs 72 miles, dam free from Sturgis Ferry in Iowa City to the confluence with the Mississippi River near Oakville.  Keep an eye out for naturalist led paddles later in the summer and get out there and explore!

 

Winter E-Newsletter

Check out the new E-Newsletter full of January and February events!  The December 2018 issue of the Naturally Louisa County Newsletter is also still available with lots of great information!  Beat those winter blues with some fresh air!

 

Explore Langwood - Your Adventure is Waiting...

Deep in the heart of Louisa County lies a hidden gem that we call: Langwood. This one-minute video will show you some of the highlights that Langwood has to offer. The area is available for rent this spring/summer/fall and winter.  Dates fill up fast so don't delay in making your reservation.  The area is perfect for scouts, church and youth groups, family reunions, rustic weddings, and more!  A huge thanks goes out to the Community Foundation of Louisa County, Eyework Studios, and everyone who is in this amazing video featuring Langwood!!    

 

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