Located just south of town, this 153-acre wildlife habitat area provides fishing, hunting, and other outdoor opportunities. Named after a member of the first county conservation board, this area was donated by Northwestern States Portland Cement Company (Holcim). Fin & Feather Lake and Clark Lake are both stocked with bass, bluegill, and catfish. Fin & Read more [...]
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This 80-acre site along the Winnebago River includes upland wildlife habitat and a fishing pond stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish. The Winnebago River occasionally floods into the lake. Kuhn Wildlife area is located 18 miles northwest of Mason City, just west of the intersection of blacktops B-20 and S-14. Accessible only by Read more [...]
This 62-acre parcel features a 40-acre lake with a maximum depth of 20-feet. Bluebill Lake is stocked with bass, bluegill, and catfish. Located 10 miles southwest of Mason City along Indigo Avenue, two miles south of blacktop B-35.
Located on the southeast side of Mason City, Georgia Hanford Park contains 59.73 acres of parkland. Entrances are located at South Pennsylvania Avenue and South Georgia Avenue. Mason Creek traverses the park, creating two man-made ponds. The park features 1.26 miles of walking trail, volleyball, basketball, a baseball diamond, playground, fitness equipment, and a large Read more [...]
Located along the north bank of Willow Creek, MacNider Woods is a 28-acre wooded park. The lime-chipped multipurpose trail runs beside Willow Creek, connects to Parker’s Woods and continues to the Downtown District.