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Information Regarding Fishing Regulations to be Relaxed at Otter Creek Lake
Due to the expansion of our Fall Festival events, plan to close all campgrounds at Otter Creek Lake & Park to the general public on October 4th, 2021. However, Otter Creek Lake & Park will remain open to the general public until October 11th and will close the entire Park to the general public following the Fall Festival on October 10th.
This closure includes; the entire lake, all campgrounds, all public walking trails, all hunting grounds, and the Nature Center at Otter Creek Lake & Park. Please contact our office for questions regarding the Otter Creek Lake Restoration Project or the closure of Otter Creek Lake & Park by phone at: 641-484-2231.
Click Here! To view and download the Public Information Sheet that was provided during the Public Meeting held on 4/13/2021 via Zoom.
Click Here! To view the 2015 Otter Creek Watershed Plan.
Camping Update for Otter Creek Lake and Park 4/19/2021:
The east side campgrounds are open as of today (April 19th, 2021). This year’s camping fees will be $20/night for campers and camping coupons will be available for purchase for $120 for a book of 7 coupons. Due to extensive damage, the west side is to remain closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconveniences. For questions or inquiries, please call our office at 641-484-2231.
Camping Update for T.F. Clark Park 4/2/201:
T.F. Clark Park is officially open and ready for the 2021 Camping Season.
The Nature Center is currently OPEN and are now accepting rentals to parties up to 100 people. The Nature Center’s rental fee is $125 and must include a refundable security deposit fee of $100. To reserve the Nature Center, please contact our office at: 641-484-2231.
Lake Restoration Project Update at Otter Creek Lake & Park:
Due to safety concerns, plan to close Otter Creek Lake & Park to the general public on October 1, 2021 until further notice. This closure includes; the entire lake, all campgrounds, all public walking trails, all hunting grounds, and the Nature Center at Otter Creek Lake & Park. Please contact our office for questions regarding the Otter Creek Lake Restoration Project or the closure of Otter Creek Lake & Park by phone at: 641-484-2231.
To access further information including park rules and
directions to the park please scroll down to bottom of this page.
All Tama County Conservation Board Meetings are held at 6:30pm on the first Wednesday of every month and are located in the Nature Center at Otter Creek Lake & Park. For questions regarding the monthly board meetings, contact Stephen Mayne, Conservation Director by email at: email@example.com.
Click Here! To view the most recent Tama County Conservation Board Meeting Agenda.
Monthly Meeting Minutes can be viewed upon request by scheduling an in-person viewing time by contacting us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at: 641-484-2231.
Toledo, IA 52342
Telephone and FAX: (641) 484-2231
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Craig Wise, Maintenance Supervisor/Park Ranger
Brendan Kelly, Naturalist/Park Ranger
Dustin Horne, Conservation Technician/Park Ranger
Carolyn Adolphs, Traer
Allan Atchison, Toledo
Bryan Wacha, Tama
John Keenan, Tama
Nathan Wrage, Gladbrook
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of this chapter are to create a county conservation board and to authorize counties
to acquire, develop, maintain, and make available to the inhabitants of the county,
public museums, parks, preserves, parkways, playgrounds, recreational centers,
county forests, wildlife and other conservation areas, and to promote and preserve
the health and general welfare of the people, to encourage the orderly development
and conservation of natural resources, and to cultivate good citizenship by providing
adequate programs of public recreation."
To view Chapter 350, County Conservation Law in its entirety please click on this
tour the rest of the Conservation area below:
Facilities - Rules - Nature Center
- Links - Conservation Minutes
to Otter Creek Lake and Park - Fees
Under pertinent federal regulations prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information or disability the Tama County Conservation Board strives to provide quality programs of environmental education and outdoor recreation for all persons. If you feel that you have been discriminated against in any program, activity, or facility operated by the Tama County Conservation Board you should write to: Director, Tama County Conservation Board, 2283 Park Road, Toledo, IA 52342, or the Equal Opportunity Commission, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240.
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