CABIN RENTALS

SCHARNBERG PARK

Get OUTSIDE and PLAY

DISCOVER Nature's Wonders

HIKE the WILD

SCHOOL GROUPS

Welcome to Clay County Conservation

Clay County Conservation Board's goal is to promote a safe, friendly environment for all to enjoy. A multitude of activities exist within the 23 parks and areas of the Clay County Conservation Department: camping, hiking, educational programs, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking and much, much more! For additional information about programs and how to reserve a cabin or picnic shelter in one of our parks, please call the Clay County Conservation Board.

 

 

Trout are released at Scharnberg Park! Head out to the park and catch some trout!
This is part of the Iowa DNR's Urban Lakes Trout Program, which is an effort to introduce trout fishing to more people across the state. The lake is open to fish by all individuals with an Iowa fishing license and trout stamp.

 

Scharnberg Park

Scharnberg Park is a 45 acre park that hosts a 15 acre pond with a handicap accessible fishing pier, swimming beach, concessions and watersport rentals. The park also features a campground with 63 campsites, 3 cabins and shelter house.

Oneota Park

Oneota park is home to the Clay County Conservation Board Headquarters and sits on 223 acres of rolling prairie bordered by the Little Sioux River and bottom ground timber.

Education

Our goal is to provide education that enhances outdoor experiences for all ages. We do this through school education programs, field trips, nursing home visits, preschools, library programs, public programs, summer camps, partnerships with civic groups, and so much more!

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