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Ozark Wildlife Area

Camping Camping at Ozark Wildlife Area
This primitive campsite is accessible for backpackers. This area has roughly 5 miles of developed hiking trails 
Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Ozark Wildlife Area
The pristine North Fork of the Maquoketa River allows paddlers to experience some of Iowa's most remote areas with unique views of limestone bluffs and outcroppings. Primitive camping allowed in designated site.
Hunting Hunting at Ozark Wildlife Area
Ozark's remote, undeveloped landscape provides excellent habitat for deer, turkey, squirrel and much more. Public hunting is allowed on this property. 
Other Activities Other Activities at Ozark Wildlife Area

Sport Climbing 

There are two bolted crags at Ozark Wildlife Area- Hoot Bluff and 187 crag- that feature short, overhanging climbs on south facing walls.


Climb at your own risk! For specific route information, please visit http://www.mountainproject.com/v/ozark-wildlife-area/109515202#a_109515203