The Lee County Conservation Board has played an
important role in providing recreational opportunities for the people of Lee
County since the Board’s inception in 1959.
Currently, the Lee
County Conservation Board manages 28 areas totaling approximately 2641.5 acres.
Lee County’s programs and facilities are consistent with pertinent federal and
state laws and regulations on nondiscrimination regarding race color national
origin religion sex age and handicap If anyone believes they have been subjected
to discrimination they may file a complaint alleging discrimination with the Lee
County Conservation Board or the Office of Equal Opportunity U.S. Department of
Interior Washington DC 29240.
To view a list of parks locations, click here
Parks Are Open 4:30 AM - 10:30 PM - Daily.
During the winter gates are closed to
County Park offers a unique experience with some of the activities and
facilities listed below:
||Paddle Boat & Canoe Rentals
|Campsites w/Electric Hookup (numbered)
|Campsites w/o Electric Hookup (lettered)
Scouts, church or other organized youth groups camp for FREE, but please contact
the Board Office to make reservations and\or check on availability of
facilities. Information is still needed for our records.
POLLMILLER PARK continues to be our most popular campground.
Chatfield Park and Wilson Lake Park are also nice parks with camping available.
Take advantage of these opportunities and discover a new weekend getaway right
here in Lee County.
Camping Coupons are Now Available!!!
2 Options to Select From to Receive an Immediate Discount
on Camping Lee County Campgrounds.
Option #1: Purchase 15 nights ($300) and Get 5 Nights
Option #2: Purchase 6 Nights ($120) and Get 1 Night Free!
For any additional information about the coupons, camping
or other Lee County Parks, please contact the LCCB office.
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