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State Rec Area
Ashton Wildwood County Park
The observatory combined with well maintained facilities make this park an unexpected pleasure.
Backbone State Park
Unique activities at Iowa's first state park include rock climbing, trout fishing, & rugged hiking.
Brushy Creek State Recreation Area
Brushy Creek is surprisingly rugged and one of Iowa’s largest recreation areas.
Dolliver Memorial State Park
Many activities possible at this intimate woodland park on the east bank of the Des Moines River.
Lacey Keosauqua State Park
Iowa's second oldest park is located on the Des Moines River in historic Van Buren county.
Lake Macbride State Park
Iowa’s largest State Park has every possible amenity for water sports in Iowa making it a favorite.
Lake Wapello State Park
This state park is off the beaten path which makes it a scenic & pleasant place to spend a weekend.
Ledges State Park
Sandstone cliffs and dense woodlands make Ledges State Park one of Iowa’s signature parks.
Maquoketa Caves State Park
The accessibility of the caves helps to make the park a natural playground for all who visit.
Mariposa Recreation Area
Scenic views and gentle rolling terrain make this a charming out-of-the-way county park.
Mines of Spain Recreation Area and Preserve
Activities in this park utilize the best assets of the land and water.
Pikes Peak State Park
Views from the tallest bluff on the Mississippi River make this one of Iowa’s favorite attractions.
Rock Creek State Park
This is the second most camped state park in Iowa and is a social place to camp or fish.
Shimek State Forest
One of the few wilderness areas in the state of Iowa that can take more than a weekend to explore.
Stone State Park
Lush wooded loess hills and valleys create a remote feeling in this scenic northeast Iowa park.
Volga River State Recreation Area
This gem in northeast Iowa is known for its undeveloped beauty.
Waubonsie State Park
You should absolutely include the scenic vistas at Waubonsie on any tour of the Loess Hills.
Wildcat Den State Park
Thanks to the efforts of early settlers, areas of mature, undisturbed forest still exist in the park
Yellow River State Forest
This park offers Iowans access to a unique expanse of remote and rugged backcountry terrain.
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