Badger Creek Park is located on the south end of Ida Grove at the intersection of South Main Street and Valley View Drive on the east side. This park is operated and maintained by the City of Ida Grove. The park has playground equipment and a basketball court. There is read more
Located on the west side of Ida Grove, just off Highways 59 and 175. This park is operated and maintained by the American Legion. The camping fee is $10.00 per night. The contact person is Jack Rupp at work 712-364-3739 and at home 712-364-2958.Cobb Park has electrical hookups, water hydrants, read more
Located seven miles south of Battle Creek (7 miles west of Ida Grove on Highway 175) on L51, a county blacktop road. The park is equipped with camper pads with electrical and water hookups. There are restrooms with indoor plumbing, showers, and changing rooms with hot and cold water. Picnic read more
Located on Washington Avenue, one block south of Highways 59 and 175.The city park has new playground equipment (2005), electrical hookups, water facilities near the restrooms (cold water only), grills and picnic tables. There is a dump station in the park. No showers available.Camping permits are required and can be read more
If you love natural areas, a visit to Moorehead Park is a must. This beautiful 258 acre park located on the northwest corner of Ida Grove will give you a first-hand view at what life was like in the earlier settlement days. Once the original site of Ida Grove, Moorehead read more
The Pleasant Valley Trail is a walking/bicycling trail that surrounds the town with four miles of paved trail with many entrance points. The entire trail with going both ways in and out of the park is 6.2 miles… or a 10K for those runners out there. The trail passes through read more
The Chicago-Northwest railway depot was originally located in Ida Grove and moved to the park in 1975. Today, the building is used as a shelter for the park visitors and is available for rent for parties and other occasions.
This one-room schoolhouse was built in 1884. Local students spend one exciting day each year learning in the footsteps of their forbears.
It was built in 1901 by the Old Settler’s Association in Williams Park (now the Ida Grove City Park), located between Washington Street and Moorehead Avenue. The house was used for their annual meetings. The log cabin was made of white pine logs that were peeled in a log-peeling contest. read more
In the 1880s, the Stagecoach Inn was an important depot on the Sioux City stagecoach route. The restored Stagecoach inn features a wide variety of antiques and memorabilia from the era, as well as a fascinating repertoire of wild west tales.
The community of Ida Grove has vast ways to enjoy yourselves, especially in the out of doors!
The Pleasant Valley Trail is a walking/bicycling trail that surrounds the town with four miles of paved trail with many entrance points. The trail passes through or near most parks in the area, and runs near the BCIG Elementary, BCIG High School, Ida Grove Community Rec Center, the nine-hole Ida Grove Golf and Country Club, and the outdoor swimming pool.
Ida Grove is also home to three baseball/softball fields, two city parks, one 260-acre park with lake and hiking areas, four tennis courts and one movie theater.
In the communities surrounding Ida Grove, six towns have nine-hole golf courses. Holstein also has a recreation center with an indoor gym, racquetball courts, weight room and sauna/hot tub. You can also find two area lakes and three rivers perfect for fishing, and 14 county and state parks.
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