Boylan Creek Wildlife Management Area

Purchased using Habitat Stamp Money and with help from the local chapters of Pheasants Forever and Ducks Unlimited, this 334 acre area provides a wide variety of hunting opportunities.  Enhanced with food plots, tree and shrub plantings, and nesting habitat, the area provides for the needs of upland game birds year around.  The timbered areas provide habitat for wild turkey and white-tailed deer, and several small wetlands, drainage ditches and the creek provide opportunities for waterfowl hunting.  Mowed maintenance trails provide access to a variety of habitat types at Boylan Creek.   


Boylan Creek Wildlife Management Area is located south of Bristow, Iowa with parking areas at 15404 Highway 3 and 21451 Grand Avenue.


  • Public Hunting Area
  • Mowed Maintenance Trails
  • Food Plots
  • Prairie Plantings
  • Wetlands