Hunting

Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt

Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt stretches for almost ten miles along the Skunk River in northeast Polk County. Chichaqua's recreational facilities include electric and non-electric campsites, canoe rental, picnic areas, rental lodge, hiking trails, trap shooting range, dog training area, and waterfowl hunting blinds. Reservations for some campsites can ...

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Indian Creek MetroPark

This 135-acre scenic natural area has been described as one of Ohio's finest small parks. About one mile of Indian Creek flows through the park, between heavily wooded hillsides and bluffs with rock outcroppings, separating the property into distinct areas accessed by two different entrances. The park's varied ...

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Hat Creek Park

Hat Creek Park provides public access to catch and release fly-fishing. The park is a day use facility that provides a roadside rest area, picnic area, or a place to view nature and wildlife. Don't forget to stop and cast your fishing line the next time you are traveling ...

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Hunterdon County Arboretum

Once a commercial nursery, this 73 acre site of distinctive trees, shrubs, and native and exotic plants has been set aside as a fascinating place to observe and study natural science. This area also has gardens, greenhouse, hiking/nature trails, ...

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Environmental Center

This park has become a real asset to Crestview and the area's students. The park provides a learning environment like no other and was acquired from the Florida Division of Forestry. Over 100 trees are identified in the park. These trees are indigenous to the state of Florida. An ...

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Agawam Playground and Softball Complex

This facility contains two adult softball fields with lighting, playground, park shelter and basketball courts with lighting. The property was originally part of the Agawam-Hunt golf course. The basketball courts are lit June, July and ...

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Brown's Woods

Brown's Woods, Iowa's largest urban forest preserve, offers more than 2 miles of trails to explore. This 484-acre forest in West Des Moines features a canopy of oak and hickory trees stretching from Brown's Woods Drive to the Raccoon River. The rolling hills and small streams of Brown's Woods ...

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Billy Goat Hill

This hilltop park in the Diamond Heights neighborhood has amazing views of the city and bay, and a mix of urban forest and grassland plant communities. American kestrels and other raptors often soar overhead, hunting small mammals and reptiles. As rodents scurry through grasslands, they mark their trails with ...

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Crescent Lake

This park has the following facilities: Boating, Bow Hunting (Permits Required), Canoeing, Fishing (Creel Limit), Kayaking, Passive Hiking, Picnicking, Sailing, Walking ...

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Mountainside Park

The park is located on Hunt Hill St. in central ...

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