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


2
State Forests
1
National Wildlife Refuge
6
State Wildlife Management Areas
1
National Historic Site
1
State Wildlife Refuge
20
State Parks
7
State Wildlife Areas

Parks in this region are near these Iowa Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
CEDAR RAPIDS
MARION
BETTENDORF
IOWA CITY
MARSHALLTOWN
MUSCATINE
OTTUMWA
BURLINGTON
CLINTON
DAVENPORT
NEWTON
CORALVILLE
OSKALOOSA

Barber Creek State Wildlife Management Area
The 600 acre Barber Creek Wildlife Area has received a 357 acre addition to its Western border. This public wildlife area lies 4 miles southwest of DeWitt, Iowa along the North bank of the Wapsipinicon river Wapsi. A visitor to Barber Creek will find a combination of backwater chutes and forested floodplain ........more >
Bellevue State Park
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Bob White State Park
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Colyn State Wildlife Area
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Cone Marsh State Wildlife Management Area
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Dalton Pond State Fishing Access Area
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Dudgeon Lake State Wildlife Mgt Area
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Galland School State Park Preserve
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Geode State Park
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Goose Lake State Wildlife Area
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Hawkeye State Wildlife Area
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Hoover Birthplace National Historic Site
The nucleus of this national historic site, a complex of structures in West Branch commemorating Herbert Hoover, is the tiny cottage where he was born and spent the first 5 years of his life. Another major building is the Friends Quaker Meeting House he attended. Also within the park area are the Herbert ........more >
Indian Bluffs State Wildlife Management Area
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Lacey-Keosauqua State Park
Lacey-Keosauqua State Park is one of the largest and most picturesque of Iowa state parks and recreation areas. The park's 1,653 acres of hills, bluffs and valleys wind along the Des Moines River in Van Buren County. During the middle of the 19th century, the great Mormon trek westward across Iowa ........more >
Lake Darling State Park
Lake Darling State Park was dedicated on September 17, 1950. J. N. Ding Darling, for whom the park was named, set the gate, a ceremony in which an honored guest closes the valve on the spillway, completing the impoundment process. Ding Darling was the editorial cartoonist of the Des Moines Register ........more >
Lake Keomah State Park
Lake Keomah State Park is 366 acres of beautiful woods and water. Lovely shaded picnic areas are nestled between the arms of the 83 acre man-made lake. During the summer the open water, grasslands, deep woods and marshy areas provide habitat for all types of wildlife. Hikers along the park's scenic ........more >
Lake Macbride State Park
Lake Macbride State Park's 2,180 acres offer much to the outdoor enthusiast fishing, picnicking, swimming, hiking, camping, boating and lots more. The park is located in two units. The northern unit lies at the end of County Road F-16, 4 miles west of Solon. Here you will find a modern campground, boat ........more >
Lake Wapello State Park
Lake Wapello's 1,150 acres could easily be called the country club of Iowa's state parks. The beautiful wooded hillsides, shaded picnic areas and lake provide a quiet elegance which makes Lake Wapello one of southern Iowa's best-kept secrets. The beautiful lodge has been converted back into a restaurant. ........more >
Maquoketa Caves State Park
Maquoketa Caves is probably Iowa's most unique state park. Its caves, limestone formations and rugged bluffs provide visitors a chance to step back into geological time thousands of years. Caves vary from the 1,100' Dancehall Cave with walkways and lighting system to Dugout Cave. The remaining caves ........more >
Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge
The Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge Complex NWR was established for the protection of migratory birds including waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds. It is located along the Mississippi Flyway, one of the major routes for migrating waterfowl. Refuge units also provide important habitat for big river ........more >
Otter Creek Marsh State Wildlife Refuge
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Palisades-Kepler State Park
Palisades-Kepler State Park lies along the beautiful Cedar River in Linn County. The 840-acre park has dramatic river bluffs, deep ravines, majestic hardwood trees, a large variety of wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife. Palisades-Kepler State Park is also important for its prehistoric past. A ........more >
Princeton State Wildlife Management Area
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Rathbun State Wildlife Area
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Red Haw State Park
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Rock Creek State Park
Rock Creek is one of central Iowa's major state parks and was officially dedicated on August 24, 1952. The 602-acre Rock Creek lake is the third largest state operated artificial impoundment. Rock Creek State Park truly offers something for everyone. The park is a haven for many different species ........more >
Sharon Bluffs State Park
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Shimek State Forest
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South Skunk River State Wildlife Area
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Spainer Br Skunk River State Wildlife Area
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Stephens State Forest
Flora The flora of the region consists of the tallgrass prairie association and the oak-hickory and bottomland hardwood timber types and their transition zones. Since the forest area is located mainly on soils which have been formed under forest vegetation, the plants of the prairie are not as common. ........more >
Swan Lake State Wildlife Area
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Syracuse State Wildlife Management Area
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T F Clark State Park
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Union Grove State Park
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Wapsipinicon State Park
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Wildcat Den State Park
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Woodthrush State Park
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