Hale Wildlife Area

Hale Prairie Restoration Area
Hale Prairie Restoration Area
Hale Wildlife Area Sign
Hale Wildlife Area
Hale Wildlife Area

Hale
Hale Wildlife Area

This 260-acre area, located northeast of Hale, includes 6 ponds, 8 wetlands, 197 acres of upland and prairie and 45 acres of trees.  It is the perfect location for fishing, hiking, or an afternoon of hunting. Hale Wildlife Area

Location

Located northeast of Hale, Iowa.  Take County Road E-45 east out of Hale.  Turn left onto 75th Ave.  Turn left onto 62nd St.  The parking lot for the Hale Wildlife Area is at the end of 62nd St.

Features

This undeveloped natural area accessible by foot includes ponds - that are stocked with Largemouth Bass, Bluegill and Channel Catfish, hunting and 2.7 miles of hiking trails.  The restored ponds, wetlands, and prairie, as well as a small wooded draw, provide vital habitat and recreational opportunities.  The area is walk-in only, no motorized vehicles. 

 

 

Hale Wildlife Area Map

Hale Wildlife Area Rules & Regulations



Operating Hours & Seasons

Open 4:30 AM - 10:30 PM year round.

Closures

Open 4:30 AM - 10:30 PM year round.