Funded by REAP

Resource Enhancement and Protection
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Parks, Recreation, and Wildlife Areas
The Jefferson County Conservation Board manages 11 areas
in Jefferson County, southeast Iowa
Park sign
Mac Coon Access  Sign
Round Prairie Entrance Sign
Zillman Entrance Sign
Whitham Woods Sign
Cedar View Trail Sign
Cedar Creek Timber Sign
Turkey Run Sign
Livingston Timber  Entrance Sign
Gobble Park Sign
Pheasant

          Area Name
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   Gantz-Hewitt Timber



 

 Acres

227





71



101





46



133




4.5 miles


275



405


30

74

1

Features

Jefferson County Park. Camp w/electricity, drinking water, shower, toilets, 3 picnic shelters, hike/bike/xc-skiing, fish (4 ponds), facilities for handicapped, Nature Center, baseball field, playground, camping cabins, prairie plantings.

Mac Coon Access. Camp w/electricity, drinking water, pit toilets, picnic shelter, hiking, fish (steam), boat ramp, hunting, playground.

Round Prairie Park. Camp w/electricity, drinking water, pit toilets, picnic shelter, hike/biking, fish (2 ponds, 1 steam), canoe access, facilities for handicapped, historic site, playground, prairie plantings. Kids

Zillman's Timber. Hike/xc-skiing, fish (2 ponds), historic site.

Whitham Woods. Hike/xc-skiing, fish (1 pond), historic site, prairie plantings.


Cedar View Trail. Hike/bike/xc-skiing.

Cedar Creek Timber. Hike/bike/xc-skiing, fish (steam), hunting, prairie plantings. Observe wetland wildlife.

Turkey Run Wildlife Area. Bridle trail, fish (steam), canoe access, hunt, prairie plantings.

Gantz-Hewitt Timber. Hunting, historic site.

Livingston Timber. Hunting.

Gobble Park. Picnic shelter.

Mission Statement
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Jefferson County by acquiring, developing and managing public areas so that its citizens will have opportunities for quality outdoor recreation experiences, and to cultivate good land stewardship through natural history and environmental education activities.