Lee's Summit, Missouri

James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area

category : Wildlife Refuges
A 2,604-acre owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation that provides opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, dog training, frogging, horseback riding, bird and wildlife watching and archery range.

Admission: Price: Free, however, special regulations apply.
Hours: Season: Year-round.
Address: 13101 S.E. Ranson Rd. (Rt. RA)
Phone: 816-622-0900
Handicapped Accessible.

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