Bushwhacker Lake is part of the Bushwhacker Lake Conservation Area. Previously, the entire area was a large prairie. The Bushwhacker Lake was constructed in 1982, and has been stocked with bass, bluegill and channel catfish. This conservation area is the perfect spot to see amazing wildlife. There is also a primitive campground near the boat ramp and the lake. There are also numerous hiking trails. Hunting, fishing, and bird watching are popular activities at this lake.
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Bushwhacker Lake in Missouri has 157 surface acres.
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Boat Ramp, Restrooms, Fishing Dock, Handicap Accessible
Primitive Camping area adjacent to Boat Ramp
6.6 mowed trail for hiking and horseback riding on the southwest side of the lake
Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish