Bennie Hall Wildlife Area

Bennie Hall Wildlife Area

Bennie Hall Wildlife Area is named after the late Bennie Hall, an avid trapper and hunter from Guthrie County. Mr. Hall left his estate to the Prairie Woodland Conservation Foundation to be used for conservation purposes. The 220-acre area lies adjacent to existing public land and created a 517-acre wildlife habitat complex. The area's primary use is as wildlife habitat for game and non-game species. 

Activities at this particular area include:

  • hunting
  • fishing
  • bird watching
  • hiking
  • canoeing
  • kayaking


3267 248th Trail - Linden, Iowa

(2 miles east and 4 miles south of Panora)

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Operating Hours & Seasons

Basic GCCB Park Rules

  • Parks open at 6:00 a.m.
  • Parks close at 10:30 p.m.
  • Park in designated areas.
  • Fires, Wastes - use containers provided.
  • Keep pets on leash.
  • Do not pick any wildflowers.
  • All State and Federal Laws apply to county areas.
  • Speed limit is 15 m.p.h.
  • Hunting in designated areas only.
  • Keg Beer—Permit required.