The Alexander Wildlife Area is a feature activity in Pinicon Ridge Park. The area is named after former Conservation Board member Dick Alexander, for his efforts in wildlife conservation and education. This 5 acre area was started in 1968 to further the county’s wildlife restocking efforts at that time. Species on display include mallard ducks, American elk, white-tailed deer and Canada geese.
The park is open daily from 4AM to 10:30PM. Entrance to the park and the wildlife pen is free.