The Jackson County, Iowa area is a sports person’s paradise.  This area is known for its hunting and  fishing opportunities.

The state of Iowa requires licenses for hunting and fishing.  For licensing information, contact the Iowa Department of Natural Resources at the links below:

Hunting:  www.iowadnr.gov/hunting
Fishing:  www.iowadnr.gov/fishing

Beckridge Hunting Preserve

Horseshoe Pond Park

Horseshoe Pond Park has a 2 acre pond, a 45 foot bluff running through the middle and Prairie Creek making up the eastern boundary. The campground has 22 electrical sites and 5 primitive sites. Three of the sites are pull-through.  Though there are no sites with water or sewer hook-ups, there is a sanitary dump […]

Hurstville Interpretive Center

Administrative office for Jackson County Conservation. For more information about our services: hiking trails, biking trails, camping, fishing or all things “outdoors” visit us at our website. Hours: Monday through Friday: 9am to 4pm; Saturday and Sunday: Noon to 4 pm. The Hurstville Center will be closed on weekends (except for special events) in December, […]

South Sabula Lake

South Sabula Lake Park is located on the south edge of Sabula, Iowa, Iowa’s only Island City.  This 14 acre park lies on the banks of the Mississipp River and South Sabula Lake, allowing boating and fishing enthusiasts easy access to the campsites. The campground is open from April to October, weather permitting.      […]

Spruce Creek Campground

Spruce Creek Park campground is just north of Bellevue, Iowa. This 43 acre park lies right at the junction of Spruce Creek and the Mississippi River. The Campground is open from April through October, weather and river permitting. All camping sites are provided with 30 to 50 amp electrical service.    Boaters and fishers have […]

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