Robison Wildlife Acres



Robison Wildlife Acres is a unique area in south-central Story County consisting of 78 acres. The initial 58 acres were donated to the conservation board by a former board member, Clay Robison. The remaining 20 acres were purchased from the Whitacre estate.  

West Indian Creek forms the eastern boundary of the park, and nature trails wind through grassland and woodland. The area is a favorite spot for spring wildflower walks and nature study and serves as an outdoor classroom for the Environmental Education Program.  

The park has been set aside as a wildlife refuge, hunting or trapping are not allowed.

Public Fishing Brochure

SCC Rules and Regulations



Location

295th Street and 632nd Avenue, northwest of Maxwell. Travel 5.5 miles south of Highway 30 on S-14, then 1 mile east on 295th Street.

Features

  • Picnic areas with grills on site. 
  • Portable bathroom (April-October); no water is available at the site.
  • Remote camping (one site).  Reservations (with payment) are accepted at least four days prior to camping date.  On-site registration is available on a first-come first-serve basis if site is not reserved at $7/night - . Reservations
  • 1 acre pond near the parking area.


Operating Hours & Seasons

Park hours are 5:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

Closures

This area is open year round.

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