MCCB 2020
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Montgomery County Conservation is located in southwest Iowa and manages over 900 acres of wildlife areas, including 10 individual parks. Nestled in amongst farmland, our wildlife areas strive to provided habitat and promote the success of local flora and fauna. The Montgomery County Conservation Board manages areas to offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities such as hiking, fishing, hunting, trapping, equestrian trails, camping, kayaking, and wildlife spotting. River access is provided at Bonds Landing and the Tenville Canoe Access.

Wolfe Nature Center December 2020