Blind Pony Lake Conservation Area

Driving Directions

From Sweet Springs at I-70, take Highway 127 north 1 mile, then Route ZZ east 6.50 miles to the area.


This area contains old fields, cropland, forest, and some prairies.

General Information




Owned by MDC

(Activity Explanations)
(Population Definition)
Fishing - Bass Fair population.  
Fishing - Catfish Good population.  
Fishing - Sunfish Fair population.  
Hiking  No designated trails 
Hunting-Deer Good population. Archery Only  
Hunting-Dove Fair population.  
Hunting-Waterfowl-Open Hunting Good population. No late season light goose hunting allowed. 
Tours  Hatchery Tours by appointment only. 

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Conservation Department Facilities
Facility Item Name Count Comments
Dock - Fishingaccessible   
Fish HatcheryaccessibleBlind Pony Fish Hatchery  Tours by appointment only (660-335-4531)  
Fishing Jetty/Platformaccessible   
Other  20  Boats available on first come basis.  Only Department-owned boats may be used on Blind Pony Lake. The boat ramp is not available for public use.  
Parking Lotaccessible 10  2 gravel parking lots with concrete pad.  
Picnic Table  10   

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Feature Item Name Count Size Comments
Fishing Lake or Pond Clemens Pond 2.00 acres  
Fishing Lake or Pond Blind Pony Lake 195.00 acres  
Fishing Lake or Pond Cromley Pond 2.00 acres  
Fishing Lake or Pond Egan Pond 1.00 acres  
Fishing Lake or Pond Perkins Pond 4.00 acres  
Fishless Pond  30 8.00 acres  
Stream - Intermittent  5.00 miles  
Stream - Permanent Pony Creek 1.00 miles  

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Land Cover Types
Land Type Acres Comments
Native Prairie 83.00  
Lakes/Ponds 203.00  
Crop Land 507.00  
Old Field 1000.00  
Forest and Woodland 358.00  
Total Area Acres:2246.51 

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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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