Deer and turkeys roam freely in Iowa's state parks. And the Department of Natural Resources is looking for ways to improve them for wildlife and humans.
The DNR is getting input in Siouxland and across the state.
At this meeting in Sioux City's Stone State Park people were asked to offer direction on improvements and upkeep.
While officials here say they're pleased with the current parks, they're always looking ahead to the needs of the future.
Kevin Szcodronski, Chief of Iowa Parks said, "We host a lot of weddings, receptions, family reunions, and it is pretty heart-filled when you can host those and people come back year after year because they enjoy the setting and what we provide."
Twelve meetings are being held throughout the state.
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