Kanopolis Hunting

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Kanopolis Hunting Kanopolis Lake offers hunting opportunities for a variety of game animals. Pheasant, quail, prairie chicken, Whitetail and MuleDeer, turkey, waterfowl, rabbit and squirrel can be found in huntable populations. Fur harvesters may also find coyote, bobcat, beaver, muskrat, mink, raccoon and opossum to pursue.

The Corps of Engineers manages approximately 11,000 acres of land open to Public Hunting. The majority of this acreage is located at the upper end of the lake along the Smoky Hill River. Several thousand acres have also been licensed to the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks for management as a waterfowl refuge. Land management practices such as prescribed burning, tree and grass planting, food plot establishment and timber stand improvement are performed to enhance wildlife habitat.

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Kanopolis Camping

Kansas' oldest and most centrally located recreation area includes more than 22,000 acres of rolling hills, bluffs and woods. Located throughout the 14 campgrounds are 143 utility sites and over 200 primitive sites. A total of 41

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Kanopolis Legacy Trail

The Legacy Trail is an invitation to experience the history of the area before the construction of Kanopolis Dam. The Legacy Trail is a self-guided automobile tour. Starting at the Kanopolis Lake Information Center, the tour visits 27

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Kanopolis Fishing

The 3,300 acres of Kanopolis Lake provide anglers with a wide variety of fishing opportunities. The most sought after species include crappie, white bass and channel catfish. Walleye and wipers, a white bass/striped bass hybrid, are also caught.

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Kanopolis Horse Trails

Kanopolis Multi-Use Trail System - Kanopolis offers 24.9 miles of trails open to hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. (

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