Scharnberg Park, near Spencer and Everly, Iowa is a 45 acre park that hosts a 15 acre pond which includes a handicap accessible fishing pier.

Welcome to Scharnberg Park!!!
Located in Beautiful Clay County, Iowa
 

The Clay County Conservation Board would like to thank you for visiting our Scharnberg Park website! Scharnberg Park is a 45 acre park that hosts a 15 acre pond which includes a handicap accessible fishing pier. Main species of fish include: Bass, Bluegill and Channel Catfish. For the non-fisherman, the park also has a swimming beach which is perfect for sunbathing, swimming or even building sand castles.

Scharnberg Park also sports a campground with 63 individual sites each of which include: rural water, 20-30-60 amp breakers, cable TV with HBO and wireless internet. All of these amenities are included in the camping fee. Electrical sites are $18.00 per night and electrical with sewer are $23.00, unless you purchase a coupon book.

Campers may pitch one tent per registered electrical site along with their camper.

Concessions and firewood are available. We also have a shower house with single and family style shower rooms.

3 Beautiful cabins are available to make your stay memorable and comfortable.


If you have any question, comments or concerns, you may contact us at the Clay County Conservation Board via phone at (712) 262-2187

The first trout release at Scharnberg Park will be held on November 9th at 12:00 noon.
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(Information here was updated on July 29, 2014)

Driving Directions to Clay County Conservation Office:
From Grand Avenue in Spencer, turn East on 4th Street; travel east until you reach
10th Avenue and then turn South; travel south until you come to East Leach Park
- turn left on the road right before the park.


Click here for our Adopt a Campground Pad form
 
             

View of cabins from the lake

Showerhouse at Scharnberg Park

Dock just perfect for fishing!

Shelter building at Scharnberg Park