“Multi-use park with camping, picnicking, fishing and trails”
The park has a total of 81 acres that can be used for picnicking, camping, hiking, fishing, disc golf, and many other recreational activities. Wildlife is abundant at Nations Bridge Park. Deer, turkeys, squirrels, rabbits, quail, raccoons, coyote and a variety of songbirds can be seen at the park. The South Raccoon River also provides quality catfishing. A favorite spot for fishing is the old swimming hole just below the shower building although swimming is not allowed in the river. Nature trails can be found throughout the park. A self-guided nature trail is located on the east side of County Highway P28.
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Nations Bridge Park
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