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Barber Creek State Wildlife Management Area © George Wharton
Iowa's Northeast Region Parks

17
State Parks
1
State Wildlife Management Area
1
cemetery
2
State Forests
6
State Wildlife Areas
Parks in this region are near these Iowa Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
DUBUQUE
CEDAR FALLS
WATERLOO
MASON CITY
Backbone State Forest
Backbone State Forest is adjacent to the northeast corner of Backbone State Park, 4 miles south of Strawberry Point. Access to these 186 acres of pine plantations and upland hardwood forest is from a parking lot located just east of the north entrance to Backbone State Park. This parking lot is a convenient ........more >
Backbone State Park
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Beeds Lake State Park
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Bixby State Park
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Brush Creek Canyon State Park
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Cedar Rock State Park
When Iowa businessman Lowell Walter died in August of 1981, he and his wife, Agnes, left their dream home, Cedar Rock, to the Iowa Conservation Commission and the people of Iowa. Designed by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the residence lies on a limestone bluff overlooking the Wapsipinicon ........more >
Echo Valley State Park
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George Wyth Memorial State Park
George Wyth State Park is located on the Cedar River within the Waterloo-Cedar Falls metropolitan area. Its large expanse of woodland is abundant with many varieties of wildlife. Bird-watchers have observed more than 200 different species and white-tailed deer can be seen year-round. The park has been ........more >
Hayden Prairie State Wildlife Area
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Idlewild State Park
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McIntosh Woods State Park
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Mines of Spain State Park
The earliest known inhabitants of the Mines of Spain State Recreation Area during historical times were the Mesquakie Indians. Their village was located just south of where the Julien Dubuque Monument now stands, at the mouth of Catfish Creek. From this site, the Indians carried on a fur trade with ........more >
Pikes Peak State Park
In this area, Native Americans of the Woodland Culture of 800 to 1200 A.D. sculpted earthen effigy mounds on ridge tops, in the shapes of animals, to celebrate their oneness with Mother Earth. Many of these mounds remain today as a monument to these people and a reminder to us that we are also of the ........more >
Pine Lake State Park
Pine Lake State Park provides a pleasing mix of woodland, river and lake in the midst of rolling farmland. The 585-acre park encompasses two lakes 50-acre Lower Pine Lake and 69-acre Upper Pine Lake. Of special appeal to nature enthusiasts are the ancient white pine, the white-barked birch trees and ........more >
Sweet Marsh State Wildlife Management Area
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White Pine Hollow State Park
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Yellow River State Forest
Fauna Yellow River Forest is home to many species of wildlife who live in its various habitats. From a recreational standpoint, Yellow River Forest presents opportunities for hunters to take deer, squirrel, raccoon and various species of waterfowl and upland game birds the trapper to harvest beaver, ........more >
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