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Alerts
OHV parks are open year round. Alerts are only posted when limited use or closure is required.

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Bluff Creek OHV Park - Mahaska County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/10/2020 2:44:40 PM
 
Bluff Creek OHV Park - Mahaska County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Campground is closed to use during Corona virus outbreak for the safety of park users.
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/10/2020 2:44:21 PM
 
Gypsum City OHV Park - Webster County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/10/2020 2:45:21 PM
 
Gypsum City OHV Park - Webster County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Campground is closed to use during Corona virus outbreak for the safety of park users.
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/10/2020 2:45:08 PM
 
Gypsum City OHV Park - Webster County
  • Park Status: PARK OPEN BUT USE IS LIMITED
  • Reason:Only tracks are open
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/8/2020 2:03:52 PM
 
Lakeview OHV Park - Johnson County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details: Please contact Nick Rocca, DNR Officer assigned to Lakeview OHV, park with any questions at 319-330-9116.
  • Posted: 4/10/2020 2:45:54 PM
 
Nicholson-Ford OHV Park - Marshall County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details: In accordance with mandatory closures contained in Governor Reynolds Public Health Emergency Disaster Proclamation dated April 6, 2020, the vault toilet and shelter are closed for the health and safety of park users. Please continue to use the park and trails using social distancing when riding the trails and spending time in the designated parking areas. This closure will remain in place until the Governor advises differently. We appreciate your patience and participation with these measures.
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 2:23:18 PM
 
Rathbun OHV Park - Appanoose County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details: In accordance with mandatory closures contained in Governor Reynolds Public Health Emergency Disaster Proclamation dated April 6, 2020, the vault toilet and shelter are closed for the health and safety of park users. Please continue to use the park and trails using social distancing when riding the trails and spending time in the designated parking areas. This closure will remain in place until the Governor advises differently. We appreciate your patience and participation with these measures.
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 2:24:35 PM
 
Rathbun OHV Park - Appanoose County
  • Park Status: PARK CLOSED
  • Reason:Wet trail conditions
  • Details:
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 10:40:24 AM
 
River Valley OHV Park - Pottawattamie County
  • Park Status: PARK CLOSED
  • Reason:Major construction project
  • Details: The OHV park will remain closed until further notice, and at a minimum all of calendar year 2020. Following the fire, several flooding events have occurred which delayed addressing the hazards. Cleanup work can only take place between November and March due to the Indiana Bat being present in the area. This, coupled with the weather conditions, has created a challenge for the DNR to find a time for potential contractors to evaluate the area on-site in safe conditions and form a plan of removal of the debris. The park has signage posted and all use of the park is restricted. Any violators will be charged with trespassing.
  • Posted: 1/24/2020 8:48:08 AM
 
Riverview OHV Park - Black Hawk County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details: In accordance with mandatory closures contained in Governor Reynolds Public Health Emergency Disaster Proclamation dated April 6, 2020, the vault toilet and shelter are closed for the health and safety of park users. Please continue to use the park and trails using social distancing when riding the trails and spending time in the designated parking areas. This closure will remain in place until the Governor advises differently. We appreciate your patience and participation with these measures.
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 2:25:42 PM
 
Tama County OHV Park - Tama County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Vault toilet and shelter are closed to use for the safety of park users.
  • Details: In accordance with mandatory closures contained in Governor Reynolds Public Health Emergency Disaster Proclamation dated April 6, 2020, the vault toilet and shelter are closed for the health and safety of park users. Please continue to use the park and trails using social distancing when riding the trails and spending time in the designated parking areas. This closure will remain in place until the Governor advises differently. We appreciate your patience and participation with these measures.
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 2:26:50 PM
 
Tama County OHV Park - Tama County
  • Park Status: Corona Virus-related Information
  • Reason:Campground is closed to use during Corona virus outbreak for the safety of park users.
  • Details: In accordance with mandatory closures contained in Governor Reynolds Public Health Emergency Disaster Proclamation dated April 6, 2020, the campground is closed for the health and safety of park users. Please continue to use the park and trails using social distancing when riding the trails and spending time in the designated parking areas. This closure will remain in place until the Governor advises differently. We appreciate your patience and participation with these measures.
  • Posted: 4/6/2020 2:27:48 PM