Area 795 acres. Mostly lowland wooded habitats, with some grassland (both native and restored prairies) and food plots.
Area 30 acres, including a small reservoir. State park entry permit required.
Much like the other lakes in the area, with many flooded trees at its upper end.
Area 216 acres.Consists of 93 acres of Platte River bottomland forest and 123 acres of islands and river. This Wildlife Management Area features a variety of wooded habitats ranging from cottonwood savannah to open woods with shrubs to dense cottonwood forest. There are some shallow oxbow wetlands and access to
Area 1,600 acres, with a 700-acre reservoir. During spring and fall migration waterfowl and shorebirds are attracted to this reservoir. A fishing and camping area. State park entry permit required.
This long and narrow park has about 20 miles of hiking and horseback trails. There are good stands of mature bur oak and riparian forest, and several species of owls are common (barred, eastern screech-owl and great horned owl), as well as several woodpeckers including red-bellied. It is probably the
Area 491 acres. Includes a 107-acre reservoir surrounded by native wooded habitats, hilly grassland and crops. This is a little-visited lake, and an unusually beautiful one.
Area 668 acres. Consists of riparian wooded habitats bordering the Elkhorn River, with several oxbow lakes and a stream. Many eastern songbirds nest here, and the marshy lakes are used by large numbers of geese, ducks, pelicans, cormorants, and occasional Trumpeter Swans. The perimeter roads are often wet and sometimes
An excellent location for migrant songbirds such as vireos and warblers, mainly along the wetter western edge.
Includes a 210-acre reservoir surrounded with rolling grassland and wooded bottomland.