Reiff Park


This 120 acre park is split by the Boyer River. The eastern one-third of the park is developed for recreational purposes such as camping and picnicking.  The eastern section has a large enclosed shelterhouse, campground with 7 sites, a playground and a small pond. The western two-thirds of the park is undeveloped and managed as a wildlife area. A large evergreen plantation, hardwood plantings and native grass plots makes up the majority of the western 2/3. There are plenty of hunting and fishing opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast to partake in.  The Boyer River is home to a variety of pan fish, bullheads and channel catfish. Bluegill can also be found in the small pond. Hunting for whitetail deer, Ringneck pheasants, rabbits and other small game can be sought after during the appropriate seasons.  Trapping small game such as mink, beaver, & muskrat along the river is another favorite activity taken place at Reiff Park. 

































































































































Location

Reiff Park is located 1 1/2 miles south of Early on US Highways 71 & 20. 

Features

  • Large enclosed shelterhouse with 2 indoor bathrooms, a 
    fireplace, 2  indoor grills and picnic tables.
  • The playground equipment near the enclosed shelterhouse 
  • Camping 7 shaded sites with water and electricity.
  • The dump station nearby.
  • Primitive camping is also available.

 



Operating Hours & Seasons

The enclosed shelterhouse is available for reserving from May 1 through mid-October  on a first come first serve basis. The shelterhouse can be rented for $50 and a required $100 deposit.  Bow hunting is allowed during the appropriate seasons.  Firearm hunting is allowed only after the camping area has been closed for the season (after mid-October).  Trapping is also allowed during the respective seasons with a permit obtained through the conservation board office.

Closures

The park closes mid-October.