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Honey Creek Conservation Area

Honey Creek Conservation Area is a 22-acre property nestled close to the Missouri River just west of I-29 at the Honey Creek exit. The property is a former private campground that was acquired following the catastrophic 2011 flood. 
Honey Creek Conservation Area
28120 145th St.
Honey Creek, Iowa 51526
(712) 545-3283

Take Honey Creek exit from I-29. Go west a quarter mile to the intersection of Rosewood and 145th St. The parking lot is just north of the intersection.

Honey Creek Conservation Area is a wildlife habitat area composed of large cottonwood trees, native floodplain vegetation, and mixed tree species. It is home to many different waterfowl species in the drainage ditch, wetland insects, amphibians, reptiles, wetland mammals, and cavity housing critters.

Visitors to the property can expect to see small mammals, deer, numerous bird species, bald eagles, and a wide variety of other species. This area is only a short 20-minute drive outside the metro area and is open for public recreation.

Honey Creek Conservation Area Map

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