Kindlespire Complex

Located 1 mile east of the town of Cornell on 485th St.

Kindlespire Complex is a 253 acre wildlife area located along the Little Sioux River. The park features a boat ramp, pit toilets, picnicking, hiking trails, river fishing and hunting. Deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experienced at this property.

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Burr Oak Cemetery Addition

Located in southern Clay county Intersection 250th Ave & 500th Street.

40 acres of hardwood timber. Great area to take hikes and do some bird watching.  This area is open to all types of hunting.Deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experience at this property.

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Burr Wildlife Area

Located in southern Clay county 2 miles east of the town of Cornell and 1 south.

151 acre wildlife area with open prairie and oak trees.  Great area to take hikes and do some bird watching.  This area is open to all types of hunting. Deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experience at this property.

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Nelson / Reng Addition

Located in southern Clay county 2 miles east of the town of Cornell and 1/2 mile south.

77 acre wildlife area with oak savannah. Great area to take hikes and do some bird watching. This area is open to all types of hunting. Deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experience at this property.

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Nelson Addition

Located in southern Clay county 1 mile east of the town of Cornell on 490th.

40 acre wildlife area with open prairie and oak trees. Great area to take hikes and do some bird watching.  This area is open to all types of hunting. Deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experience at this property.

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Ralph Addition

Located in southern Clay county 2 1/2 miles east of HWY 71 on 480th street.

157 acre wildlife area with open prairie and river bottom-land. Great area to take hikes and do some bird watching.  This area is open to all types of hunting and river fishing. Pheasant, deer, turkey, squirrel and mushroom hunting can be experience at this property.

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Heissel Addition

This new 412-acre public recreational area includes habitat diversity, native prairie plant ecology, high-quality wildlife populations, a historical pioneer era cemetery, and watershed protection opportunities along the Little Sioux River.  It is the Clay County Conservation Board’s honor to name this property after their former Director, Mr. Dan Heissel. Mr. Heissel served Clay County Conservation for 15 years and is currently serving the IACCB system in Sioux City, Iowa as the Director of the Woodbury County Conservation Board.