Cecil Rivers Timber Wildlife Area
This 43-acre timber area is a narrow corridor that follows the north fork of the English River for approximately three-fourths of one mile. The river forms the north boundary of this wildlife area. Mature red oak trees predominate in the western and eastern parts of this area; while the central part is an upland area covered by oak-hickory timber. It is located 5 miles south and 4 miles east of Grinnell. A 60-foot hiking bridge allows the visitor to cross the English River from the north to access this wildlife area.