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  • Fort Dodge Churches

    With more than 50 churches representing a broad spectrum of denominations, the faith community of Fort Dodge is strong, active and varied. Individual congregations offer worship services,activities, and programs to meet the spiritual needs of all ages, and backgrounds. Clergy and lay representatives from many of the churches meet regularly

     
  • Brushy Creek

    Those looking to get away from city life, whether for an hour or a day, can find what they are looking for at Brushy Creek State Recreation Area in southern Webster County. Brushy Creek is located just 15 miles southeast of Fort Dodge, and offers outdoor enthusiasts more than 6,000

     
  • Kennedy Park

    Located just minutes from Fort Dodge, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Park spans 395-acres and includes the 45-acre Badger Lake and a beautiful 18-hole municipal golf course. The lake is stocked with large-mouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, blue gill and northern pike. There is a boat ramp and dock and

     
  • Dolliver Park

    Dolliver Memorial State Park is located 10 miles south of FortDodge. The park is located on the Des Moines River and is popular for fishing and boating as well as the opportunities for family gatherings and camping. The extensive trails provide a wonderful opportunity for hiking. A popular destination along

     
  • Fort Dodge Parks

    Offering more total park acres than any other community in the state, Fort Dodge offers a broad array of recreational activities. Fort Dodge supports 32 parks which offer everything from fishing and hiking to swimming and biking.The most popular park is Snell-Crawford.Known for it easy accessibility, and attractiveness, the park

     
  • Education in Fort Dodge

    A strong indicator of the quality of a community is itscommitment and dedication to the education of its youth. Thecitizens of Fort Dodge demonstrate their commitment anddedication to youth and education in many ways. The mostrecent evidence is the new construction of Butler ElementarySchool and Fort Dodge Catholic Elementary School.

     
  • Iowa Central Community College

    Founded in 1966, Iowa Central Community College is acomprehensive community college located on a beautiful100-acre campus on the West Side of Fort Dodge. Withadditional centers in Eagle Grove, Webster City and StormLake, Iowa Central serves approximately 4,600 students, withthe majority coming from a nine-county area in northwest andnorth central Iowa.

     
  • Fort Dodge Airport

    The Fort Dodge Regional Airport is considered a real gem for the community of Fort Dodge, offering convenient and personalized service. Recognized as a wonderful community asset for commercial and business travel in and out of FortDodge and northwest Iowa, the Fort Dodge Regional Airport provides area residents with the

     
  • Fort Dodge Dodger Stadium

    The Fort Dodge Community School District is proud to own one of the finest and most attractive football stadiums in Iowa. Built in the 1930s as a Works Progress Administration project, Dodger Stadium is an enclosed football stadium that can seat5,000 spectators. It also includes J.H. Nitzkeall-weather track and the

     
  • Karl King Band

    The Karl L. King Municipal Band has provided quality music and enjoyable entertainment to Fort Dodge audiences for nearly nine decades and continues to hold summer concerts in the Oleson Park Bandshell. The band was founded in the early 1920’s by the famous bandleader Karl King, who had previously served

     
 
 
 
 
 

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