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The Ringgold County Conservation Board invites you to visit the natural resource and recreational areas located in beautiful southern Iowa. The Ringgold County Conservation Board manages 8 parks, trails and wildlife areas across the county, encompassing over 800 acres. 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, hiking, picnicking and sightseeing opportunities will keep you coming back for more!
For More Information Contact:
Ringgold County Conservation Board
Park Rules and Regulations
POE HOLLOW PARK
Poe Hollow Park
Fifes Grove Park
KOKESH RECREATION AREA
DON AND CONNIE HUFF WILDLIFE AREA
O NEAL REST AREA
Shelter Fees and Reservations • RCCB Office – 641-464-2787 • Enclosed Shelters - $20/Full Day : $10/Half Day • Open Air Shelters- $10/Full Day : $5/Half Day
Shelters without reservations are on a first come-first serve basis.
REGULATIONS All are welcome to have a wonderful time in our areas. Please come and enjoy, and please leave everything as nice as you found it. You are welcome to use the parks all day. But when 10:30 p.m. comes around, please leave the park unless you are a registered camper. We know you can get hot and thirsty on a warm summer day but you may not bring alcohol into the park at any time. You may want fire for cooking or warmth on a cool evening, but please use only fireboxes that we have set up for you. All of our areas are natural areas so please do not put up any signs or posters anywhere in the parks. Take your time when you are in the park and please drive no faster than 15 miles per hour. Wildlife and people always have the right of way. If you brought it in, please take it out with you. Please camp in designated sites only. Yes, we welcome everyone, but you may only stay up to 14 days.
For everyone’s safety all pets must be on leads at all times.Yes, the critters appear to be calm, but they are wild. Let them be or they may bite.