More than 11,000
Perry Reservoir Wildlife Area is located about 20 miles northeast of Topeka. It may be reached from the east on K-92 through Oskaloosa. U.S. 24 provides access to the lower end of the lake.
The Elwood Wildlife Area was purchased by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks in 2006, who then took management control in March of 2007
Five acres of water, camping, picnics, 480 acres of wildlife management for public hunting.
Located in Crawford, Cherokee, and Labette Counties, the Mined Land Wildlife Area (MLWA) encompasses about 14,500 acres in 46
Traveling through St. Paul on Highway 57
The Milford Wetlands Restoration Project provided for an estimated 2,300