Stony Point Prairie Conservation Area

Driving Directions

From Lockwood, take Highway 160 west 4 miles, then Route D north 8 miles.


This 960-acre area is nearly all native prairie and has a half-acre fishable pond.

About This Area

This 960-acre remnant prairie includes a 320-acre portion that was donated to the Missouri Department of Conservation by the Burns Family in 2002. The area is a mosaic of prairie, brushy draws, and thickets. Prescribed burning, grazing, and haying are all used to maintain the integrity of this prairie.

A small stream and a few small ponds can be found scattered throughout the property. The small ponds provide watering holes for cattle and wildlife as well as limited fishing opportunity.

Fair populations of rabbits and quail inhabit this area, as well as several deer. Many species of grassland birds can also be found at Stony Point Prairie.

General Information




Owned by MDC

  • Horseback riding is prohibited.

(Activity Explanations)
(Population Definition)
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 Fair population.  
Hunting-Rabbit Good population.  

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Conservation Department Facilities
Facility Item Name Count Comments
Parking Lot    

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Feature Item Name Count Size Comments
Non-Stocked Pond  1.00 acres  

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Land Cover Types
Land Type Acres Comments
Lakes/Ponds 2.00  
Forest and Woodland 40.00  
Native Prairie 918.00  
Total Area Acres:960.00 

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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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