Nobles County Parks

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Fury Island and Maka-Oicu County Parks are located on East and West Graham Lakes.

Maka-Oicu County Park

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Maka-Oicu County Park provides for camping, lake access, natural areas, swimming beach, picnic areas, historic site and general park activities. The park has onsite showers, a large picnic shelter for reunions and gatherings. Maka-Oicu Park also has a one room cabin with four padded bunks, a table inside and a small refrigerator. Campers have access to electricity and a water supply. Maka-Oicu Park consists of 46 acres of developed* land.

Fury's Island County Park

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Fury's Island County Park provides for camping, natural areas, lake access, showers, a large picnic shelter for gatherings, reunions, and it has a playground for the little ones. Fury's Island Park is one mile south of Maka-Oicu County Park and consists of 10 acres of developed* land.

Hawkeye County Park

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Hawkeye County Park is located on Indian Lake. It provides for lake access and a natural habitat setting. Hawkeye County Park consists of 5.4 developed* acres and 35.7 undeveloped acres.

Midway County Park

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Midway County Park is located on an old gravel pit and provides for a natural habitat setting. The park consists of 45 undeveloped acres.

Pickeral and Sportsman County Parks are roadside parks located on Ocheda Lake. They provide for a natural habitat and lake access for fishing.

Sportsman County Park

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Sportsman County Park provides for lake access, and consists of 1 developed* acre and 6 undeveloped acres.

Pickeral County Park

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Pickerel County Park consists of 4 developed* acres.

Sunrise Prairie County Park

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Sunrise Prairie County Park is an historic pioneer cemetery and an original prairie grass area. The park consists of 22 undeveloped acres.

* Developed acres are those that HAVE NOT been left in a totally natural state. They include acreage where the grass is cut regularly.