Frytown Conservation Area

The Frytown Conservation Area is located ten miles southwest of Iowa City at the junction of Highway 1 and Angle Road.  It features 94 acres of wildlife habitat comprised o oak/hickory timber and a 30-acre tree and shrub planting.  Trails throughout the area provide access for hikers as well as hunters.


This oak/hickory timber provides excellent hunting opportunities for squirrel, rabbit, turkey and white-tail deer.  Hikers have numerous mowed trails to utilize as well as plenty of off-trail opportunities to explore the woodlands.