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Neal Moeller Environmental Education Center

2237 Yellow Smoke Road
712-263-3409

Since 1990 the Board has employed a full-time naturalist to oversee a county wide environmental education program. Headquartered at Yellow Smoke Park's Neal Moeller Environmental Eduacation Center, a nature center named after volunteer conservationist and long time Board member, Neal Moeller, Denison, the naturalist carries out the mission of educating school children and the general public on how to respect and care for the environment in which they live. The Nature Center,completed in 1992, exhibits various displays portraying environmental issues.



Reviews

David Frazier

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Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
Considering it's the closest place to town to go to... Water and electric with a basic shower house is provided for $20 a night but no sewer or other amenities which other campgrounds have for the same price or just a few dollars more. The lake is weed and algea choked so fishing is difficult at best. Open gates give people an opportunity to drive through and scope your property so they can return to steal it later (this is a frequent occurrence). Don't expect host to help you back into spots among all the trees either...but usually one of the other campers will.

Carl Blume

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018
The park is a great area for camping, fishing, and boating/kayaking. The trails are well maintained and connect the park to the neighboring town which is great for those who can't/don't like to drive. There is also a nature center worth visiting.

Paul Mielke

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Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
I've been there many times,just to sit and enjoy the wildlife,or to take a walk around the park. It's very peaceful and quiet,it's always a pleasure going there. I'm looking forward to my next visit.

John Wells

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Saturday, July 28, 2018
A park named after an indian chief

Kim Raggio

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Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018
Very very nice place to visit or camp at.

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