Conservation

Mally’s Park

Mally’s Park & Trails End Wildlife Area
5792 NE Berwick Drive 
Berwick, Iowa 50032

Enjoy a day of stream fishing or picnicking at this wooded 265-acre park. Mally’s Park is located in the town of Berwick and offers users a picnic shelter, restroom facility, and playground. The park also serves as a trailhead intersection for the Chichaqua Valley and Gay Lea Wilson Trails.

Neighboring this park along the west side of Fourmile Creek is the Trails End Wildlife Area. Trails End Wildlife Area Mitigation Bank will provide miles of multi-use trails for walkers, runners, bird watchers, and others looking for respite in the natural world. It also will allow for incredible wildlife-watching opportunities. The area is currently traversed by two bike trails, the Gay Lea Wilson and the Chichaqua Valley Trails with additional trailside amenities under consideration. The area will include a pond/wetland of sufficient depth and size to support a fishery. Several parking lots will be installed, and restroom and picnic facilities are under consideration.

Features

  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Playground near Shelter #2
  • Open Air Shelter
  • Trailhead Intersection for Gay Lea Wilson & Chichaqua Valley Trails

Reservations for shelters can be made on-line at www.mycountyparks.com. Prices can be found here.

PARK HOURS

  • Summer Hours | 6:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
  • Winter Hours | Sunrise to sunset

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Motorized vehicles are prohibited on all trails within PCCB lands. The only exceptions are for maintenance, law enforcement, and emergency vehicles. This restriction does not apply to a manual-operated or power-driven device designed primarily for use by an individual with a mobility disability, e.g. wheel chair.