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Ambrose A. Call State Park

Ambrose A. Call State Park
2007 Call Park Drive

Ambrose A. Call State Park is a 138 acre "oasis" of rugged hills, heavily wooded with virgin timber in an area of gently rolling farmland. The park is located near the east fork of the Des Moines River. Ambrose Call and his brother, Asa, were early settlers in the area who carved their claim, the first in Kossuth County, on a walnut tree at the present site of the park. The brothers spent their first night in Kossuth County on July 9, 1854. The next day, while Asa went for his wife and supplies, Ambrose and a traveling companion, William Smith, began work on a cabin in what is now the state park.


Within park
Bird Watching, Camping - Electric, Camping - Nonelectric, Cross Country Skiing, Day-use Lodge, Frisbee Disc Golf, Hiking, Historic Sites, Horseshoe Pits, Jogging/Running, Non-modern Campground, Picnic Area, Pit Toilets, Restrooms, Trails, Cross Country Skiing, Trails, Hiking, Walking, Wildflower Viewing, Wildlife Viewing

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