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FIFES GROVE PARK

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FIFE’S GROVE PARK is located one mile north of Mount Ayr. The 52-acre park is nestled in an “oak savanna” where many of the trees are well over 150 years in age. A wetland restoration site is located in the park and many bird species can be seen here. In 1964, Fife’s Grove became the first park to come under the management of the Ringgold County Conservation Board. There is a modern playground, two open air shelters, one enclosed shelter, a ten unit campground with electrical hookups, a well stocked pond, a gazebo, rural water, and clean toilet facilities available. Next to a small prairie renovation site is a little log cabin open to the public that has history tied to the early settlement of this county. Also located within Fife’s Grove Park is the office and maintenance buildings for the Ringgold County Conservation Board.

Fife’s Grove Park
Open Air Shelters
1 Enclosed Shelter
Camping-Electric/Primitive
Modern Playground
Restroom
Rural Water
Pond
Gazebo
Picnic Areas
Prairie Renovation
Fishing
Bird Watching



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