Webster County Conservation is located in central Iowa and is home to John F. Kennedy Memorial Park. The Webster CCB collectively manages 24 parks, memorial sites, wildlife areas and prairies - encompassing over 2,000 acres within the county.

The largest and most popular area managed by the Webster County Conservation Board is John F. Kennedy Memorial Park. This park is a 400 acre multiple use recreation area. The 53-acre Badger Lake provides the focal point for a wide variety of outdoor activities including camping, fishing, picnicking, hiking, canoeing and boating (no gas motors) as well as an the 18 hole Lakeside Municipal Golf Course.

For additional information about the programs, services and facilities offered by the Webster CCB, please utilize the following contact information:

John F. Kennedy Memorial Park
1415 Nelson Ave
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
PHONE: (515) 576-4258
EMAIL: Contact the Webster CCB

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Facilities in Webster County

These are the diverse facilities managed by Webster County, the City of Fort Dodge and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. 
  • 4 Camping Cabins
  • 7 Enclosed Lodges
  • 10 Open Shelters
  • 377 Campsites in 5 Campgrounds
  • 60 Miles of Trails
  • 5 Boat Ramps with Des Moines River Access
  • 4 Boat Ramps with Lizard Creek Access
  • Nature Center with Wildlife Exhibit
  • 2 Shooting Ranges
  • 1 Group Camp

For more information click on City of Fort Dodge (check out the new Market on Central), the Iowa DNR , Brushy and Dolliver State Parks.

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