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Barber Creek State Wildlife Management Area
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Iowa's Northwest Region Parks


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State Wildlife Management Areas
1
State Fish Hatchery
25
State Parks
1
National Wildlife Refuge
1
State Wildlife Area

Parks in this region are near these Iowa Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
FORT DODGE
SIOUX CITY

Ambrose A Call State Park
Ambrose A. Call State Park is a 138 acre oasis of rugged hills heavily wooded with virgin timber in an area of gently rolling farmland. The park is located near the east fork of the Des Moines River. Ambrose Call and his brother, Asa, were early settlers in the area who carved their claim, the first ........more >
Bigelow State Park
Bigelow Hollow State Park and the adjoining Nipmuck State Forest offer over 9,000 acres of recreation opportunities including miles of hiking trails and an 18-acre pond in Eastern Connecticut.........more >
Bradgate State Fishing Access
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Brushy Creek State Park
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Dolliver Memorial State Park
The two lodges at Dolliver, built during the 1930's, may be rented for day use. They accommodate groups of 100 people and are ideal for group events such as family reunions and wedding receptions. An open picnic shelter may be reserved for a fee through the park manager. A playground is located in ........more >
Eagle Lake State Park
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Fort Defiance State Park
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Frank Gotch State Park
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Gull Point State Park
The lakes area of northwest Iowa offers a tremendous array of outdoor recreation opportunities, year-round. The unique setting of beautiful and clear Lakes East and West Okoboji, Big Spirit Lake and other water bodies truly provides wonderful opportunities for outdoor recreation. The focal point for ........more >
Lost Island Lake State Park
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Mini Wakan State Park
The lakes area of northwest Iowa offers a tremendous array of outdoor recreation opportunities, year-round. The unique setting of beautiful and clear Lakes East and West Okoboji, Big Spirit Lake and other water bodies truly provides wonderful opportunities for outdoor recreation. The focal point for ........more >
Mud Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Oak Grove State Park
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Okamanpeedam State Park
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Orleans State Fish Hatchery
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Orleans State Park
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Palo Alto State Wildlife Area Number One
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Pickerel Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Pikes Point State Park
The lakes area of northwest Iowa offers a tremendous array of outdoor recreation opportunities, year-round. The unique setting of beautiful and clear Lakes East and West Okoboji, Big Spirit Lake and other water bodies truly provides wonderful opportunities for outdoor recreation. The focal point for ........more >
Pillsbury Point State Park
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Pilot Knob State Park
Pilot Knob State Park is one of the oldest units in the state park system. It was dedicated in 1923. Standing atop the tower on Pilot Knob, the second highest point in Iowa, visitors have a spectacular view. From the tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, one can see great expanses ........more >
Rice Lake State Park
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Rush Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Stinson Prairie State Park
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Stone State Park
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Storm Lake State Wildlife Management Area
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Trappers Bay State Park
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Twin Lakes State Park
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Twin Lakes State Park West
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Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge
Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 to provide a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. The actual slough is all that remains of a pre-glacial riverbed, and its name is derived from the connection or union of two watersheds the Blue Earth River ........more >
Wanata State Park
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Woodmans Hollow State Park
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