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Welcome to the Grundy County Conservation Office

Kevin Williams, Grundy County Conservation Board Executive Director

204 4th St
Morrison IA 50657


Phone Numbers
Business: (319) 345-2688
Fax: (319) 345-2688

Click here to email: gccb@gccourthouse.org

Hunting Areas

The Grundy County Conservation Board manages several areas for public hunting. These areas are restricted hunting which means that hunting is restricted to certain species of game. Bowhunting for whitetail deer is allowed by permit only. Likewise, those areas open to trapping of furbearers are by permit only. Contact the Conservation Board office for details.

Blackhawk Creek Wildlife Area

Location:24433 S Ave
This is a 53-acre area containing native grass seedlings, tree & shrub plantings, and wildlife food plots. The woodland trail has had extensive spring wildflower plantings and is a lovely area to walk in late April and May. Many different tree species are labeled to aid in identification. Hunting is permitted for pheasant, cottontail rabbit, and gray partridge.

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Buckles Section/Grundy County Greenbelt Wildlife Area

Location: 25005 T Ave
This 50-acre area contains two restored wetlands, native grass areas, tree & shrub plantings, and wildlife food plots. Hunting is permitted with non toxic shot only for pheasant, cottontail rabbit, gray partridge, and migratory waterfowl.

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Reinbeck Section of Grundy County Greenbelt

Location: 99 N Greenbelt Road
The Black Hawk Creek winds its way through this 67-acre area and provides fishing. Hunting is permitted for pheasant, cottontail rabbit, and gray partridge.


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Wolf Creek Recreation Area

Location: 33999 M Ave
Approximately 70 acres of this park are open to hunting of pheasant, cottontail rabbit, and gray partridge. The Wolf Creek that meanders through the area provides fishing.  Click Here for more information on this area.

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Grundy County Lake

Location: 16855 U Ave
Approximately 130 acres of this area is open to hunting. Hunting is permitted with non toxic shot only for waterfowl, pheasant, partridge, and cottontail rabbit. The North Fork of Black Hawk Creek meanders through the area and generally forms the east boundary of the hunting area.  Click Here for more information on this area

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Southfork Wildlife Area

Named for the southfork of the Beaver Creek that meanders across the area, this 42-acre wildlife area is open to hunting for game under the state’s hunting seasons and limit EXCEPT for deer. Hunting of whitetail deer is by bowhunting permit only that is issued by the Conservation Board. Contact the Conservation Board office at (319)345-2688 for details. The area is a mix of grassland with natural and manmade wetlands scattered throughout.

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Holland Marsh

This 46-acre wildlife area is open to small game & waterfowl hunting. Hunting of whitetail deer is by bowhunting permit only that is issued by the Conservation Board. Contact the Conservation Board office at (319)345-2688 for details. The Holland Marsh was a gift to Grundy County through funds contributed by Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation and private individuals and organizations. Largely a grassland area, it also contains several wetlands and small winter cover plantings.

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Green Wing Wetland Area

The Green Wing Wetland is a wildlife/hunting area consisting of 17 acres and is located north of the Copley-Strohbehn Preserve.  Hunting of whitetail deer is by bowhunting permit only that is issued by the Conservation Board. Contact the Conservation Board office at (319)345-2688 for details.

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