Area 53 acres. Situated along the South Loup River, with a small reservoir. State park entry permit required.
Recharge Lake recreation area contains a 50 acre reservoir. Developed for fishing, there are also hiking trails. Yellow-crowned night heron, piping plover, black tern, western sandpiper and dunlin are a few species recently reported from this site.
Habitat includes a 26-acre lake with 320 acres of upland.
This site consists of 90 acres of marshland, 10 acres of upland pasture, and 7 acres of cropland.
Area 133 acres. Contains 11 small lakes (old sand pits) and ponds, totaling 47 acres. Good for open-wooded habitats birds and water birds.
Area 160 acres. Mostly grassy uplands, with two marshes and a dugout wetland.
26 acres and a 15 acre pond. State part permit required.
Area nine acres plus a 12-acre pond. State park permit required.
Comprising only 65 acres along Medicine Creek, it provides a diversity of habitats that usually attracts a wide variety of small passerines and water birds. Prairies and small canyons. Part of this area is owned by the village of Wellfleet, and there is a donation box for supporting its upkeep.
45 acres upland, 35 acres lake, and riparian woodland.