Langwood Adventure Day

Langwood Adventure Day has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 3 from 8:00 am -1:00 pm at Langwood Education Center.  We apologize but due to extremely soggy conditions there is very limited parking and standing water everywhere.


The High Ropes Course will be open from 8:00 am - 10:30 am. Come early to climb!

Climbers must be at least 8 years old, wear closed toed shoes, and bring a signed waiver or have a parent/guardian in attendance to fill out the form at Langwood. 

Download the High Ropes Course Release Form and bring it with you to expedite the check-in process!


This free family event is geared toward youth ages 6 and up, but is sure to pique the interest of the entire family.  The activity stations will be open from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm. A free lunch and raffle will take place from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.


The day will be packed full of outdoor activities including: the Langwood High Ropes Challenge Course, canoeing and kayaking, pond scooping, fishing, hunting dog demos, live turtles , archery, nature hikes, the ISU Conservation Station and so much more!  Participants can come anytime and do as many of the activities as they would like. 


Pre-registration is requested by Friday, July 26 at noon to expedite the check-in process on the morning of the event.  all 319-523-8381 or email Lana at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Walk-ins are welcome but please register if you are able!  Signed permission forms are required for the Ropes Challenge Course and can be printed in advance from our website at  


This event is presented by: Louisa County Conservation, Port Louisa National Wildlife Refuge, Iowa DNR, Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation, and the Izaak Walton League. Thanks to generous donations from the following sponsors, lunch is free and there is no charge for this event: Casey's Wapello, Economart, Pepsi, Sterzings, Two Rivers Market, and Tyson.  Free will donations will be accepted.


Naturally Louisa County Newsletter

The Naturally Louisa County newsletter is currently being printed and will be going out in the mail on Monday, May 20 but you can read thspring edition of the NLC Newsletter online now!  This edition contains lots of programs including Nature Camps and Summer Rec, Library Programs and more!    


Langwood Challenge Course for Corporate Groups and Athletic Teams

Watch the Langwood Challenge Course for Corporate Groups and Athletic Teams now!  Calling all corporate groups, athletic teams and others who really want to do an indepth Challenge Course Program.  We can tailor programs to fit your needs for leadership, improved communication, creative problem solving, trust and more!  A combination of Low and High Ropes will build confidence, imrpove comraderie and leave your team with a can-do attitude and great feeling of accomplishment!  A huge thanks goes out to the Community Foundation of Louisa County, Eyework Studios, S&J Tube of Wapello and everyone who is in this amazing video featuring Langwood!!   Schedule your group today for Summer and Fall programs! 


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