Up-to-date information will be maintained on the event pages here and on the Louisa County Conservation Facebook page. There is a drop box in the front of our office that can be used to register and/or pay for events. Simply print off registration forms (if needed) and drop off wiht payment. We check the box daily.
Please feel free to call the office at 319-523-8381 or email us with any questions!
Louisa County Conservation will be at the Louisa County Fair July 27-31. Our booth will be staffed from 11 am - 4 pm with displays, coloring and activities! Stop by and see us! Special Programs: July 28; 10 am - 2 pm; Archery (in front of the grandstand) July 29; 10:30 am and 11:30 am; …Find out more »
Columbus Junction, Iowa 52738
Calling all kids! Join us at your local park and get ready for a free summer adventure. Louisa County will be hosting the 2021 Summer Animal Olympics! How do YOU compare to animal athletes? Time will be spent playing games, creating crafts, and exploring nature with friends. Summer Rec is sponsored by each city and …Find out more »
Hunter Education consists of classroom lessons and field experiences. Students must be 11 years or older to take the class. The class will be held outdoors, please dress accordingly. Saturday, Aug 21; 8 am - 4 pm; Chinkapin Bluffs Recreation Area Thursday, Aug 26; 6 pm - 9 pm; Langwood Education Center Registration required through …Find out more »
Columbus Junction, IA 52738 United States
Join us for a one day WOW experience! The world is still getting back to "normal" so the 2021 Women's Outdoor Workshop will look a little different. Don't worry though, we plan to be back for a full WOW Weekend in 2022! Socially distanced activities will include paddling, archery, and fire building (with some cooking …Find out more »
Wapello, IA 52653 United States
If we have to cancel programs at the last minute, a message will be placed on voice mail and on Facebook. You can call the Louisa County Conservation office at (319)-523-8381 anytime to check the message.
Louisa County Conservation Board programs are open to people of all abilities. If you have special needs, contact us in advance so we can make any necessary arrangements.
Louisa County’s programs and facilities are consistent with pertinent federal and state laws on nondiscrimination regarding race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age and abilities. Not all facilities and programs are fully accessible. However, if you contact us in advance, we will do our best to accommodate you.