Marion Reservoir Hunting

category : Hunting
Upland game hunter will find a mixed bag, including pheasants, quail, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys and white-tail deer. A large percentage of the perimeter of the lake is maintained as a public hunting area by the Corps. Waterfowl Hunters will find good populations of Canada, snow and white-front geese, as well as all species of ducks found within the Central Flyway.

The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks maintains a large percentage of the perimeter of the lake as a public hunting area. A map showing the location of this public hunting land may be obtained at the project office. The Department also maintains a waterfowl refuge at Marion Reservoir located just east of French Creek Cove which is off-limits to the public. Its boundaries are designated on the Marion Reservoir brochure and the hunting map.

Address: Located just north of US 56 between the communities of Marion and Hillsboro.
Phone: 620-382-2101
Fax: 620-382-3840

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For nature lovers who don't care to pursue the water sports, a 1-mile nature trail, called Willow Walk Trail, has been built at Cottonwood Point to highlight the natural habitat of the area. Much of the trail is under the shade of trees, making it an enjoyable walk during warm summer afternoons.

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