Jester Park has been one of central Iowa’s favorite outdoor playgrounds since 1958.
This 1,834-acre park on the western shore of Saylorville Lake offers camping, picnicking, horseback riding and golfing in a quiet country setting, just across the mile-long bridge from Polk City.
This Polk County Conservation Board park stretches from the Hwy. 17 bridge north of Granger to the Mile-Long Bridge that crosses Saylorville Lake to Polk City.
No other location in central Iowa offers such a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. Jester Park is easily reached by taking exit 127 off I-80 and I-35 and traveling 6.5 miles west on Hwy. 141.
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