Things to do In Osceola When not at the Showdown
GREEN PINE WILDLIFE AREA
8.5 Miles NE of Osceola on County Rd R50
- 40 acres home to an amazing evergreen timber that is open to public hunting.
- It includes a 3-acre pond stocked with bluegill, catfish, and crappie, perfect for fishing.
- Features a picnic area at the main entrance.
- The trails located here allow for hiking, bird watching, mushrooming, berry picking, and cross-country skiing.
CLARKE COUNTY FARMERS MARKET
Courtyard | 100 S Main St | Osceola | IA
- Tuesdays and Saturdays, the Farmers’ Market begins in late Spring and continues through October.
- Tuesdays, 3 pm-6 pm
- Saturdays, 8 am-12 pm (Saturday Fall
- Hours begin Sept 21, 9 am-12 pm)
Intersection Main & East Clay St
- Security cameras overlook the well-lit parking lot.
- Located in our Main Street district for quick access to local eateries and shopping.
- Restored to its original glory, our Historic Depot is a stop on the Amtrak route and is recognized in the “Great American Stations.”
TURKEY RIDGE WILDLIFE AREA
South of Hwy 69 and East on H45
- 68 acres that provide habitat to an abundance of wildlife.
- Open to hunting, hiking, mushrooming, and berry picking.
CLARKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM
1030 South Main St | Osceola | IA
- Open by appointment from May through September.
- Free will donation.
- Established in 1971 to preserve and collect Clarke County historical articles.
OSCEOLA MUNICIPAL GOLF
400 E Fayette St | Osceola | IA
- A beautiful and challenging 9-hole golf course that offers 9 and 18-hole green fees.
- Golf cart rentals are available.
- The clubhouse is available to rent for special events.
BECKY PERSELS SKATE PARK
The intersection of W. Shaw St & N. Fillmore St
- The park includes half pipe, quarter pipe, cow catcher, various grind rails, and more.
- It was made possible with the assistance of the Clarke County Development Corporation and a very generous donation from Mrs. Becky Persels.
COYOTE CANYON WILDLIFE AREA
9 Miles NW of Osceola off County Rd R35
- A 287-acre area that is open to public use for hunting, hiking, mushrooming, and berry picking.