Fishing & Wildlife

Only a few miles from Harmony are some of the finest trout streams in the state. The Root River winds it’s way through the area, offering ample fishing opportunities for all. Three fishing platforms provide access to trout fishing in Camp Creek just outside of nearby Preston.

Many types of trout are found and stocked in the streams close to Preston such as brown trout, rainbow trout, small mouth bass, channel catfish, rock bass, sunfish, crappies and rough fish. Fishing licenses can be purchased in Preston.


As well as fishing, there are over 40 species of birds that are common in this area including blue herons, egrets, wood ducks, red-tailed hawks, osprey, turkey vultures and bald eagles.

Harmony and the Fillmore County area are a hunter’s dream! Our wooded hilly areas, streams and creeks are teeming with wildlife. Hunters and photographers will find white-tail deer, wild turkey, pheasants, partridge, grouse, gray fox, red fox, coyotes, raccoons woodchucks, squirrels, weasels, badgers beavers and rabbits in the area.

The Eagle Bluff Skills School is offering classes to adults that will help them be more sustainable in their lives. Located on the beautiful Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center Campus, the Eagle Bluff Skills School is a great place to be!

28097 Goodview Drive