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Lime Creek Nature Center

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3501 Lime Creek Rd, Mason City, IA 50401-9256
+1 641-423-5309
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Okay for mountain bikes

We ride from our house to Lime Creek to get some exercise on our mountain bikes. It's usually not... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Allison L
Cross Country Ski Trails of Beauty

Love! Love! Love... the ski, hike, and bike trails through the woodlands and fields along the... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
SquintyQ
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3501 Lime Creek Rd, Mason City, IA 50401-9256
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

We ride from our house to Lime Creek to get some exercise on our mountain bikes. It's usually not too crowded in the afternoon, although once in a while there are some people out there walking around that just seen iffy. Some of the paths...More

Thank Allison L
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Love! Love! Love... the ski, hike, and bike trails through the woodlands and fields along the beautiful Winnebago River.

Thank SquintyQ
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The natural beauty of the trees and trails is outstanding. They also keep up the trails for cross country skiing. IT is a nice hike to/from the Center and the trail head.

Thank texasbunny
Reviewed 12 January 2017

Fun place to hike and get back to nature! Nice place to hike a good adventure! Well taken care of. Good healthy last edited to be!

Thank Mike D
Reviewed 7 September 2016

An old cement quarry and dump site that has been reclaimed into a great nature center. The remains of a very old brewery can be seen. Some great trails to hike, neat things to see inside the visitors center and loads of wildlife to see.

Thank Tip P
Reviewed 26 July 2016

All the trails are very nice and kinda flow into each other. The bugs usually aren't bad and lots of neat wildlife, pretty little birds, butterflies and even snakes & more. In the fall when the leaves are changing is most beautiful but getting into...More

Thank summer s
Reviewed 12 July 2016

This is a neat place to explore if you are into nature. After spending 7+ hours in a car, I was excited to get on the trails. Be sure to bring bug spray and you will have a great time exploring and learning about the...More

1  Thank Buffy0007
Reviewed 28 June 2016

When ever I want to get outside or get in the walking my heart doctor tells me is necessary, I head for the Lime Creek nature center and its beautiful trail along Lime Creek (also known as the Winnebago River). Wildlife, babbling brooks, and the...More

Thank MARK D
Reviewed 24 June 2016

They have many exhibits to look at inside which are very well displayed and descriptions as well. The kids love the boxes which they can touch and feel what is in the box and guess what it is. Outside are paved paths to go for...More

Thank leejean158
Reviewed 15 June 2016

We stopped here on a road trip up from Des Moines to Minneapolis. With the kids, we like to get out and stretch. We decided to check out this nature center. It's a lovely, wooded area, and the kids got to explore a bit outside....More

1  Thank WhirledPeas
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