Activities

 
Biking Biking at Little Sioux Park

BIKING –The Union Bridge Trail at Little Sioux Park is 1.75 miles long and connects the park to the town of Correctionville. A ten-foot wide concrete path winds through scenic areas and crosses the Little Sioux River with a spectacular historic bridge. Snyder Bend Park has a shorter concrete path along the lakeshore that is perfect for walking or biking.

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Biking Biking at Snyder Bend Park

BIKING –The Union Bridge Trail at Little Sioux Park is 1.75 miles long and connects the park to the town of Correctionville. A ten foot wide concrete path winds through scenic areas and crosses the Little Sioux River with a spectacular historic bridge.

Snyder Bend Park has a shorter concrete path along the lakeshore that is perfect for walking or biking.

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Boating Boating at Snyder Bend Park

Motorboats are allowed at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Both have concrete boat access. Non-motorized boats or electric trolling motors are allowed at Little Sioux Park, Southwood Conservation Area and Midway Park.

Stop Aquatic Invaders. Thoroughly clean your boat and trailer and remove any aquatic vegetation to control spread of invasive nuisance species.

Boating Boating at Southwood Conservation Area

Motorboats are allowed at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Both have concrete boat access. Non-motorized boats or electric trolling motors are allowed at Little Sioux Park, Southwood Conservation Area and Midway Park.

Stop Aquatic Invaders. Thoroughly clean your boat and trailer and remove any aquatic vegetation to control spread of invasive nuisance species.

Boating Boating at Little Sioux Park

Motorboats are allowed at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Snyder Bend Park. Both have concrete boat access.

Non-motorized boats or electric trolling motors are allowed at Little Sioux Park, Southwood Conservation Area and Midway Park.

Stop Aquatic Invaders. Thoroughly clean your boat and trailer and remove any aquatic vegetation to control spread of invasive nuisance species.

Boating Boating at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Boating

Motorboats are allowed at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Both have concrete boat access. Non-motorized boats or electric trolling motors are allowed at Little Sioux Park, Southwood Conservation Area and Midway Park.

Stop Aquatic Invaders. Thoroughly clean your boat and trailer and remove any aquatic vegetation to control spread of invasive nuisance species.

Cabins Cabins at Little Sioux Park

Woodbury County has three types of cabin experiences. You can find a rustic one-room cabin at Little Sioux Park, a one-bedroom family cabin at Southwood Conservation Area or a two-bedroom family cottage with nearly any amenity you could imagine at Snyder Bend Park!

All cabin fees for the entire stay must be paid when reservations are made. Most major credit/debit cards will be accepted as payment.  (No Checks)

Minimum two-night stay on weekends (Fri-Sat).

Minimum three-night stay on Holidays.

Cabins Cabins at Snyder Bend Park

Woodbury County has three types of cabin experiences. You can find a rustic one-room cabin experience at Little Sioux Park, a one-bedroom family cabin at Southwood Conservation Area, or a two-bedroom family cottage with nearly any amenity you could imagine at Snyder Bend Park!

All cabin fees for the entire stay must be paid when reservations are made. Most major credit/debit cards will be accepted as payment. (No Checks)

Minimum two-night stay on weekends (Fri-Sat).

Minimum three-night stay on Holidays.

Cabins Cabins at Southwood Conservation Area
Woodbury County has three types of cabin experiences. You can find a rustic one-room cabin experience at Little Sioux Park, a one-bedroom family cabin at Southwood Conservation Area, or a two-bedroom family cottage with nearly any amenity you could imagine at Snyder Bend Park!

All cabin fees for the entire stay must be paid when reservations are made. Most major credit/debit cards will be accepted as payment. (No Checks)

Minimum two-night stay on weekends (Fri-Sat).
Minimum three-night stay on Holidays.
Camping Camping at Southwood Conservation Area

Family campgrounds are managed on a first-come, first-served basis and provide sites for six or fewer people. Sites cannot be reserved. Camping fees are paid by self-registration in the campgrounds. The camping season is from May 1st - October 31st.

Campground amenities vary from primitive to 50 amp electrical service, area water hydrants and dump stations. All campgrounds have access to modern restroom and shower facilities.

CAMPING FEES
$15/day - Non-Electrical 
$20/day - Electrical & Water
$6/bundle - Firewood

Campgrounds are available at:

Firewood Note: Please use local firewood whenever possible. This is to control the spread of insect pests including the Emerald Ash Borer and Gypsy Moth. See more information at: http://www.iowadnr.gov/Portals/idnr/uploads/forestry/eab_firewoodlaw.pdf

Camping Camping at Snyder Bend Park

Family campgrounds are managed on a first-come, first-served basis and provide sites for six or fewer people. Sites cannot be reserved. Camping fees are paid by self-registration in the campgrounds. The camping season is from May 1st - October 31st.

Campground amenities vary from primitive to 50 amp electrical service, area water hydrants and dump stations. All campgrounds have access to modern restroom and shower facilities.

CAMPING FEES
$15/day - Non-Electrical 
$20/day - Electrical & Water
$6/bundle - Firewood

Campgrounds are available at:

Firewood Note: Please use local firewood whenever possible. This is to control the spread of insect pests including the Emerald Ash Borer and Gypsy Moth. See more information at: http://www.iowadnr.gov/Portals/idnr/uploads/forestry/eab_firewoodlaw.pdf

Camping Camping at Little Sioux Park

Family campgrounds are managed on a first-come, first-served basis and provide sites for six or fewer people. Sites cannot be reserved. Camping fees are paid by self-registration in the campgrounds. The camping season is from May 1st - October 31st.

Campground amenities vary from primitive to 50 amp electrical service, area water hydrants and dump stations. All campgrounds have access to modern restroom and shower facilities.

CAMPING FEES
$15/day - Non-Electrical
$20/day - Electrical & Water 
$18/day - Electrical (Bellamy Campground)  
$6/bundle - Firewood

Campgrounds are available at:

Firewood Note: Please use local firewood whenever possible. This is to control the spread of insect pests including the Emerald Ash Borer and Gypsy Moth. See more information at: http://www.iowadnr.gov/Portals/idnr/uploads/forestry/eab_firewoodlaw.pdf

 
Camping Camping at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Family campgrounds are managed on a first-come, first-served basis and provide sites for six or fewer people. Sites cannot be reserved. Camping fees are paid by self-registration in the campgrounds. The camping season is from May 1st - October 31st.

Campground amenities vary from primitive to 50 amp electrical service, area water hydrants and dump stations. All campgrounds have access to modern restroom and shower facilities. 

CAMPING FEES 
$15/day - Non-Electrical; 
$20/day - Electrical & Water; 
$6/bundle - Firewood

Campgrounds are available at:

Firewood Note: Please use local firewood whenever possible. This is to control the spread of insect pests including the Emerald Ash Borer and Gypsy Moth. See more information at: http://www.iowadnr.gov/Portals/idnr/uploads/forestry/eab_firewoodlaw.pdf

 
Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Launch your canoe or kayak at one of our county park lakes at Southwood Conservation Area, Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Midway Park or Little Sioux Park. River access points are available along the Little Sioux River at Copeland Park and Walling Access near Correctionville and Little Sioux Park. Some accesses may be difficult to maneuver at times due to high water, eroded banks and mud.

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Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Copeland Park Access
Located at the Highway 31 bridge, near the entrance to Copland Park in Correctionville, this Little Sioux River access provides access to the Inkpaduta Canoe Trail and fishingTrail and fishing.
Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Inkpaduta Access

This river access along the Little Sioux River provides for fishing and canoe access.

Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Midway Park

This park is comprised of two abandoned gravel pits that have been converted to recreational lakes.

The park features a new vault latrine along with picnic tables and grills.

Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Little Sioux Park

Launch your canoe or kayak at one of our county park lakes at Southwood Conservation Area, Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Midway Park or Little Sioux Park. River access points are available along the Little Sioux River at Copeland Park and Walling Access near Correctionville and Little Sioux Park. Some accesses may be difficult to maneuver at times due to high water, eroded banks and mud.

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Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Snyder Bend Park

Launch your canoe or kayak at one of our county park lakes at Southwood Conservation Area, Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Midway Park or Little Sioux Park. River access points are available along the Little Sioux River at Copeland Park and Walling Access near Correctionville and Little Sioux Park. Some accesses may be difficult to maneuver at times due to high water, eroded banks and mud.

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Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Southwood Conservation Area

Launch your canoe or kayak at one of our county park lakes at Southwood Conservation Area, Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Midway Park or Little Sioux Park. River access points are available along the Little Sioux River at Copeland Park and Walling Access near Correctionville and Little Sioux Park. Some accesses may be difficult to maneuver at times due to high water, eroded banks and mud.

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Education Education at Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Woodbury County Conservation Board has provided outdoor & environmental education since 1988. Our full-time staff is dedicated to developing quality environmental educational programming for all ages. Check out the Events Calendar for fascinating and exciting program opportunities in our county parks and at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. You may be exploring a prairie, wading through a wetland, catching a fish or searching for birds in no time.

 

School Programs are available on a variety of topics and for any age group. Field trips can be held at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, at one of our county parks, or we can visit your classroom.

A nominal fee is charge for these programs to help defray costs. Scholarships may be available.

Youth Groups such as scouts, 4-H and others can schedule a program to assist with their goals in earning badges or providing service projects. A fee is charge for these programs.

Civic Groups and Service Clubs are encouraged to request a presentation for a group meeting. A variety of topics are available. A donation is requested and any donations will go to our scholarship fund for schools.

Public Programs are offered each month of the year. These programs are designed to encourage the exploration of our natural areas. Fees sometimes may apply. View the Events Calendar or sign-up for our e-list to receive program information by emailing dsnyder@woodburycountyiowa.gov.

Download Program Guide

Download Pre-K Program Guide

Download School Scholarship Application

Equestrian Activities Equestrian Activities at Southwood Conservation Area

Southwood Conservation Area is the only county park allowing horse traffic with five miles of trails. There are four equestrian camping sites available (first come, first served). Trails may be temporarily closed due to wet conditions.

Facility Rentals Facility Rentals at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Enclosed picnic shelters are available for rental in Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park and Little Sioux Park. Shelters have picnic tables and grills on site. Many of the areas also offer horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, open spaces and a swimming beach. To reserve a shelter, contact the resource manager in the respective park area. Shelter Reservations begin on the first working day after January 1st each Calendar Year. Open shelters are found throughout the parks and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Shelter fees are as follows:
Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park: $​60.00 - 1/2 day and $​120.00 - Full day

Little Sioux Park: $75.00 - 1/2 day and $150.00 - Full day

Cabins are found at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center has meeting rooms for rent.

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Facility Rentals Facility Rentals at Little Sioux Park

Enclosed picnic shelters are available for rental in Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park and Little Sioux Park. Shelters have picnic tables and grills on site. Many of the areas also offer horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, open spaces and a swimming beach.

Open shelters are found throughout the parks and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Shelter fees are as follows:

Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park: $​60.00 - 1/2 day and $120.00 - Full day

Little Sioux Park: $​75.00 - 1/2 day and $1​50.00 - Full day

Cabins are found at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center has meeting rooms for rent.

Video Tours:

Fishing Fishing at Little Sioux Park

Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park– Fish species: northern pike, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, bullhead; 580 acre lake; Fair shoreline access; Fishing dock; Fish cleaning station

Little Sioux Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; 13 acre lake; Good shoreline access; Fish cleaning station

Little Sioux River - Fair public access at Little Sioux Park, Copeland Park and Walling Access, and poor access at Inkpaduta Access.

Shagbark Hills – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; One-acre lake; Fair shoreline access

Midway Park – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; Good shoreline access

Snyder Bend Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, crappie; 400 acre lake; Fair shoreline access; Fish cleaning station; Handicap fishing access

Southwood Conservation Area – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish; 14 acre lake; Fair shoreline access

Regulations - For a complete listing of fishing regulations, visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website for additional information.

Fishing Licenses are for sale at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Little Sioux Park and Southwood Conservation Area.

Fishing Fishing at Fowler Forest

Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park– Fish species: northern pike, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, bullhead; 580 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fishing dock; fish cleaning station

Little Sioux Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; 13 acre lake; good shoreline access; fish cleaning station

Little Sioux River at Little Sioux Park, Copeland Park and Walling Access has fair public access and Inkpaduta Access has poor access

Shagbark Hills – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; One-acre lake with fair shoreline access

Midway Park – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; good shoreline access

Snyder Bend Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, crappie; 400 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fish cleaning station; handicap fishing access

Southwood Conservation Area – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish; 14 acre lake; fair shoreline access

Regulations - For a complete listing of fishing regulations, visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website for additional information.

Fishing Licenses are for sale at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Little Sioux Park and Southwood Conservation Area.

Fishing Fishing at Midway Park
This park is comprised of two abandoned gravel pits that have been converted to recreational lakes.

The park features a new vault latrine along with picnic tables and grills.





Fishing Fishing at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

 

Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park– Fish species: northern pike, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, bullhead; 580 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fishing dock; fish cleaning station

Little Sioux Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; 13 acre lake; good shoreline access; fish cleaning station

The Little Sioux River at Little Sioux Park, Copeland Park and Walling Access have fair public access, and Inkpaduta Access has poor access.

Shagbark Hills – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; One-acre lake with fair shoreline access

Midway Park – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; good shoreline access

Snyder Bend Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, crappie; 400 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fish cleaning station; handicap fishing access

Southwood Conservation Area – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish; 14 acre lake; fair shoreline access

Regulations - For a complete listing of fishing regulations, visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website for additional information.

Fishing Licenses are for sale at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Little Sioux Park and Southwood Conservation Area.

Fishing Fishing at Inkpaduta Access

This river access along the Little Sioux River provides for fishing and canoe access.

Fishing Fishing at Snyder Bend Park

Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park– Fish species: northern pike, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, bullhead; 580 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fishing dock; fish cleaning station

Little Sioux Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; 13 acre lake; good shoreline access; fish cleaning station

The Little Sioux River at Little Sioux Park, Copeland Park and Walling Access has fair public access and Inkpaduta Access has poor access

Shagbark Hills – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; One-acre lake with fair shoreline access

Midway Park – Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish; good shoreline access

Snyder Bend Park - Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, crappie; 400 acre lake; fair shoreline access; fish cleaning station; handicap fishing access

Southwood Conservation Area– Fish species: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish; 14 acre lake; fair shoreline access

Regulations - For a complete listing of fishing regulations, visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website for additional information.

Fishing Licenses are for sale at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Little Sioux Park and Southwood Conservation Area.

Historic Visits Historic Visits at Inkpaduta Historical Marker
This historical marker is located 2 miles north of Smithland on Highway 31.
Historic Visits Historic Visits at Fowler Forest

Facilities include:

  • historical stagecoach trail monument
  • modern restroom facilities
  • open picnic shelter
  • picnic areas
  • hiking trails
  • parking lot
  • playground equipment
Historic Visits Historic Visits at Copeland Park Access
Located at the Highway 31 bridge, near the entrance to Copland Park in Correctionville, this Little Sioux River access provides access to the Inkpaduta Canoe Trail and fishing
Hunting Hunting at Curtin Timber

This 90-acre area is located four miles southeast of Anthon. It is an undeveloped public wildlife area for hiking and hunting. Wildlife and wildflowers are abundant.

Hunting Hunting at Oak Ridge Conservation Area

Encompassing more than 2,082 acres of public land in the hills adjacent to the Little Sioux River Valley, Oak Ridge is divided into four units with six public parking accesses between Oto and Smithland. This natural, undeveloped area is available for hiking and public hunting.

 

Hunting Hunting at Little Sioux Park

More than 4,000 acres for public hunting are managed by the WCCB. Deer, pheasant, turkey, waterfowl, squirrel and rabbit are popular game species. Some areas have restricted access and seasons. Check park maps for more details and boundaries.

Woodbury County managed Hunting Areas are found at:

County Conservation Boards are the leaders in Iowa's Hunter Safety Education Program. For additional information on hunting regulations, seasons, and Hunter Safety Education Classes - please visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website.

Hunting Hunting at Southwood Conservation Area

More than 4,000 acres for public hunting are managed by the WCCB. Deer, pheasant, turkey, waterfowl, squirrel and rabbit are popular game species. Some areas have restricted access and seasons. Check park maps for more details and boundaries.

Woodbury County managed Hunting Areas are found at:

County Conservation Boards are the leaders in Iowa's HunterSafety Education Program. For additional information on hunting regulations, seasons, and Hunter Safety Education Classes - please visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website.

Other Activities Other Activities at Little Sioux Park

M. L. 'Stub' Gray Shooting Range

The Shooting Range features a rifle range with six shooting tube stations and target frame holders at 50, 100, and 150 yards.  The Range also includes a handgun range with target frames and concrete shooting lanes for up to eight shooters at 5, 7, 15, and 25 yards.  The rifle range shooting stations are covered and have wooden shooting tables and benches.  Large wooden spools temporarily provide a location to place extra gear.  The Range has a parking lot with an information kiosk for users to log in and log out and pay daily use fees.  A chain-link fence helps secure the area.  Target holder frames are provided for shooters.  Users need only to bring paper targets, staple gun, hearing and eye protection, and allowable weapons and ammunition.  Rules and regulations are posted and will be enforced.  County Conservation personnel and volunteer Range Safety Officers patrol the area.  

Other Activities Other Activities at Fowler Forest

Facilities include:

  • modern restroom facilities
  • open picnic shelter
  • picnic areas
  • hiking trails
  • parking lot
  • playground equipment
  • historical stagecoach trail monument
Other Activities Other Activities at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Brown's Lake is managed by the DNR. It is a natural oxbow of the Missouri River, formed when the river was free to meander across the river valley. Brown's Lake offers excellent fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, northern pike and channel catfish. A fishing dock and boat ramp provides access to the lake, which is a popular area for recreational boaters and water skiers as well.

A public hunting and DNR wildlife management area is located on the west side of Brown's Lake. Park facilities are open and pressurized water systems are available May 1 through October 31.

Picnicking Picnicking at Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Great place to watch Turkeys and Picnic!
Picnicking Picnicking at Fowler Forest
Picnic sites are available at:

Open shelters are found at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Fowler Forest Preserve or Little Sioux Park. Open shelters cannot be reserved.

Enclosed picnic shelters at Little Sioux Park and Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park can be rented for a fee. Call the Resource Manager in each respective park to rent the enclosed shelters. See Facility Rentals.

Picnicking Picnicking at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake
Picnic sites are available at:

Open shelters are found at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Fowler Forest Preserve or Little Sioux Park. Open shelters cannot be reserved.

Enclosed picnic shelters at Little Sioux Park and Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park can be rented for a fee. Call the Resource Manager in each respective park to rent the enclosed shelters. See Facility Rentals.

Picnicking Picnicking at Little Sioux Park
Picnicking Picnicking at Midway Park
This park is comprised of two abandoned gravel pits that have been converted to recreational lakes.

The park features a new vault latrine along with picnic tables and grills.
Picnicking Picnicking at Snyder Bend Park
Picnic sites are available at:

Open shelters are found at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Fowler Forest Preserve or Little Sioux Park. Open shelters cannot be reserved.

Enclosed picnic shelters at Little Sioux Park and Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park can be rented for a fee. Call the Resource Manager in each respective park to rent the enclosed shelters. See Facility Rentals.

Picnicking Picnicking at Southwood Conservation Area

Picnic sites are available at:

Open shelters are found at Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park, Snyder Bend Park, Fowler Forest Preserve or Little Sioux Park. Open shelters cannot be reserved.

Enclosed picnic shelters at Little Sioux Park and Brown's Lake—Bigelow Park can be rented for a fee. Call the Resource Manager in each respective park to rent the enclosed shelters. See Facility Rentals.

Swimming Swimming at Little Sioux Park
Swimming beaches are found at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Little Sioux Park. Life guards are not present. Swim at your own risk. Swimming beaches are open Memorial weekend through Labor Day from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Swimming Swimming at Bigelow Park - Brown's Lake

Swimming beaches are found at Brown’s Lake—Bigelow Park and Little Sioux Park. Life guards are not present. Swim at your own risk. Swimming beaches are open Memorial weekend through Labor Day from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

 
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center

Hiking trails are found at Fowler Forest Preserve, Little Sioux Park, Snyder Bend Park, Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

Concrete bike trails
are located at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Self-guided nature trails
are located at the Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. A suspension bridge is found at Southwood Conservation Area.

Parks that include Trails

Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Fowler Forest

Hiking trails are found at Fowler Forest Preserve, Little Sioux Park, Snyder Bend Park, Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

Concrete bike trails
are located at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Self-guided nature trails
are located at the Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. A suspension bridge is found at Southwood Conservation Area.

 

Parks that include Trails

Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Little Sioux Park

Hiking trails are found at Fowler Forest Preserve, Little Sioux Park, Snyder Bend Park, Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

Concrete bike trails
are located at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Self-guided nature trails
are located at the Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. A suspension bridge is found at Southwood Conservation Area.

 

Parks that include Trails

Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Snyder Bend Park

Hiking trails are found at Fowler Forest Preserve, Little Sioux Park, Snyder Bend Park, Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

Concrete bike trails
are located at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Self-guided nature trails
are located at the Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. A suspension bridge is found at Southwood Conservation Area.

Parks that include Trails

Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Southwood Conservation Area

Hiking trails are found at Fowler Forest Preserve, Little Sioux Park, Snyder Bend Park, Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

Concrete bike trails
are located at Little Sioux Park and Snyder Bend Park.

Self-guided nature trails
are located at the Southwood Conservation Area and the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. A suspension bridge is found at Southwood Conservation Area.

Parks that include Trails