Most of the public hunting ground managed by the Madison County Conservation Board is comprised of high quality upland timber habitat that provides hunters with some of the best quality hunting experiences for White-Tailed deer and Eastern Wild Turkey found anywhere in the State of Iowa. Public Hunting is allowed at the following County Parks: Clanton Creek Natural Resource Area, Fellowship Forest, Jensen Marsh, Guye Woods and Goeldner Woods.

Each public hunting area is listed at www.madisoncountyconservation.org/public-hunting/ with a detailed description of the types of habitat found in the park and the best type of hunting to be experienced.