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Mile Hill Lake



Mile Hill Lake Interpretive Panel
Mile Hill Lake Sunset Sign
Mile Hill Lake Wildflowers
Mile Hill Lake Kayaker



This 39-acre park consists of a hardwood forest, which is open to public hunting, and a10-acre fishing lake with boat dock and ramp. The lake is considered a No Wake Zone and is closed to swimming. When driving into the park you will find an interpretive panel discussing the prehistoric culture that lived in this region, and the handicap accessible Scenic Overlook,which offers an interpretive panel discussing the Loess Hills Scenic Byway. You will also see a2 acre restored prairie, and several flowerbeds which are maintained by the Mills County Co-Horts. There are various hiking trails within the park, including the most recent addition that leads through a marsh area, with a newly installed footbridge.

Location


Located roughly 2 miles west of Glenwood on US Hwy 34, with access from eastbound Hwy 34 only.

Features


Mile Hill Lake
features a handicap accessible Scenic Overlook, restored prairie, a 12 acre No Wake lake with boat dock and ramp. The lake is closed to swimming. Near the Scenic Overlook there are two interpretive panels, one discussing the pre-historic culture that lived in the region and the other detailing the Loess Hills Scenic Byway.

There are various hiking trails within the park, including the most recent addition that leads through a marsh area, with a newly installed footbridge.

Please be sure to review the Rules & Regulations for conduct at Mile Hill Lake.

Operating Hours & Seasons


Open year round.
Daily:
5:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Hunting & trapping seasons as regulated by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.



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