Hartwell Conservation Area

Driving Directions

From Green Ridge, take Route B west 4 miles to it's junction with Route AA, north on Route AA to parking lot.

About This Area

This 165-acre area consists primarily of cool- and warm-season grass units interspersed with trees, mostly Osage orange and Black locust. Two small ponds exist, but do not provide any fishing opportunity due to the lack of proper water depth. The area will be managed for grassland species, with an emphasis on the Greater Prairie chicken.

General Information

Kansas City

Pettis

660-530-5500

Owned by MDC

Activities
Activity
(Activity Explanations)
Comments
(Population Definition)
Bird Watching  Look for grassland species such as Upland sandpipers, short-earred owls and prairie chickens. Get the Audubon Society of Missouri Conservation Area Bird List.  
Hunting-Deer Fair population. Deer regulations are subject to annual changes. Please refer to the Fall Deer and Turkey Booklet for current regulations.  
Hunting-Quail Good population.  
Hunting-Rabbit Good population.  
Trapping with Special Use Permit   

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Conservation Department Facilities
Facility Item Name Count Comments
Parking Lot    

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Features
Feature Item Name Count Size Comments
Fishless Pond  1.00 acres  

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Land Cover Types
Land Type Acres Comments
Grassland (non-prairie) 136.00 60 acres is warm season grass plantings, remainder is introduced cool season grass. 
Forest and Woodland 27.00  
Lakes/Ponds 2.00  
Total Area Acres:165.00 

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Designated Trails
Trail Name Trail Type Length
No Designated Trails

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Shooting Range General Information

This area has no shooting ranges.

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