Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge is 1 mi. w. off SR 200. Impounded water provides fishing, boating and bird-watching opportunities. The refuge is located within the breeding grounds of the central flyway and is thus a haven for migratory waterfowl as well as many other birds and mammals. The refuge headquarters, on the south side of the lake, has an archeology exhibit; a half-mile nature trail on the north side winds through woods and prairies.