Almer Noyd Wildlife Area

Almer Noyd is 23 acres of wooded upland, including a gravel pit and river floodplain along the North Raccoon River. Bird & wildlife watching are favorite activities in this area.  Hunting for whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl is of interest. Fishing the river & gravel pit for catfish, bass, carp and  small pan fish such as bluegill, crappie & sunfish is another of the many outdoor recreational opportunities available.


Located three & one half miles north of Auburn, Iowa


  • Firearm and Bow Hunting for small game, waterfowl & whitetail deer allowed.
  • Trapping furbearers during respective seasons with proper permit.
  • Fishing for several species in both the river and gravel pit.
  • Wildlife and bird watching. 
  • Canoeing
  • Morel Hunting

Operating Hours & Seasons

  • Open year round