Crane Creek Access


Crane Creek Access is a small woodlot (5 acres) found off of Raymond Road near the town of Dunkerton.  Running through the northern border of the area is a small creek known as Crane Creek.  Although rather small, the area should provide opportunities for bird watchers and the area may even support the occasional white tailed deer.  The access is surrounded by private property so be aware of park boundaries and respect the rights of landowners surrounding the borders of the park.

There is a small parking lot off of Raymond Road.  This area was minimally damaged by the tornado of 2008 but the majority of the trees in the area survived the storm.  The access is composed of 5 acres and surrounded by private land.  Please be aware of park boundaries and respect the rights of land owners.

Location

2 miles west 1.5 miles north of Dunkerton. South of the corner of Bennington and Raymond Rd.

Features

Parking
Hunting
Bird watching
Hiking

States hunting and fishing regulations

Operating Hours & Seasons

Contact Us:
Black Hawk County Conservation Board
1346 West Airline Hwy
Waterloo, IA 50703
Phone: (319) 433-PARK (7275)  Fax: (319) 433-7276
conservation@co.black-hawk.ia.us

Park hours: 6:00 a.m to 10:30 p.m.