Parks & Recreation

Aurelia Golf Club

Aurelia Golf Club

601 Valor Road
P.O. Box 363
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: (712) 434-5498

This is a (9) Hole, Par (35) Course. Located on 50 Acres of Rolling Land-Scape with Numerous trees lining the Fair-Ways. Sand Traps and Water Hazards offer a Challenge to all level of Golfers.

Aurelia Park

Aurelia Park

304 West 4th Street
Aurelia, IA 51005
(712) 434-2025 (City Hall)

All year long
7:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.

Park Features: 17 picnic tables, tennis court, basketball court, swing set, slide, and other outdoor children’s play equipment. Shelter house available for rent. Next door to heated outdoor swimming pool.


Aurelia Shelter House

Shelter House

304 West 4th Street
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: (712) 434-2025
Fax: (712) 434-5986

2 Sided shelter house with stove, refrigerators, picnic tables, and serving counters. Clean indoor bathrooms

Shelter house rental prices - April through September. 

East Side - stove, refrigerator, serving counter, large fan, heater, and 3 rows of 3 picnic tables. $30.00

West Side - refrigerator, serving counter, an open area for serving or seating with 2 large overhead doors, and picnic tables $25.00

Aurelia Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

304 West 4th Street
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: (712) 434-5586

1 p.m.-5 p.m. 7 p.m.-9 p.m.

Heated 98’ X 38’ swimming pool with depths ranging from a one foot baby pool up to ten feet with a diving board at the deep end. 7’ Aqua Deluxe Slide with a 450 degree rotation. Shaded area with tables and chairs.


Aurelia Youth League

Youth League

The Aurelia Youth League is an all volunteer, non-profit group of community members that organize Aurelia's Youth Summer Baseball and Softball Programs for ages 5 to 14 years (grades TK-8th). They coordinate with other communities, leagues, umpires, and parents to schedule games, organize fundraisers, maintain the ball fields and equipment, provide umpires, coach teams, and operate concessions.

Larson Lake

Area Parks

There are many opportunities for camping, picnicking, hiking, fishing, hunting, and other outdoor activities in the Aurelia area. One such opportunity is to take advantage of the approximately 1000 acres of land devoted to parks provided by the CCCB (Cherokee County Conservation Board). These parks vary in development from modern camping sites with electricity to natural areas with no facilities at all. Following are examples of three of the CCCB’s parks. For a complete description of all the parks visit the CCCB’s website at