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The 415-acre Kiona Creek unit is located off Savio Road west of Randle. It is managed for black-tailed deer, dabbling ducks, and other riparian forest and forested wetland habitat species. There are three perennial creeks (Squaw, Kiona and Oliver) that have been largely altered to drain water from the agricultural fields that comprise the western portion of the unit. Squaw and Oliver creeks supply water to the large wetland area that comprises the eastern portion of the unit. In 2004, a wetland restoration plan was completed to optimize the habitat value and restore hydrology to more natural conditions.
Birds of Prey
How to Get Here
Map and Driving Directions
Access Site #1
Driving Directions From I-5: Head east on US Highway 12 (45.8 mi), turn right at Savio Rd (331 ft), turn left at Savio Rd E (0.1 mi)
Parking/Restroom Information Limited Parking No restrooms
Other Information No Restrictions
Salmon spawn in Kiona Creek and it is a pleasant walk through a mixed decidious / conifer forest to the forage fields where elk and deer can be observed.
Some hunting occurs on this unit during legal seasons so safe practices should be observed when visiting.