Hunnewell Lake is located in the Hunnewell Lake Conservation Area, which is a beautiful area with cropland, forest, and old fields. There is a fish hatchery that raises various species of fish including channel catfish, largemouth bass, sunfish, and walleye. Around 700,000 fish are hatched there annually, which are then stocked in Missouri ponds and lakes. Hatchery tours are possible by appointment only. Additionally, you can explore the lake using boats that are free of charge (bring your own trolling motor). Private boats are not allowed. Hunting is allowed, and there is one primitive campground. Campground B was closed permanently in January 2013. The oak forest is an excellent site for viewing migratory birds.
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Hunnewell Lake in Missouri has 228 surface acres.
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Boat Rental (Free), Restrooms, Fishing Dock, Handicap Accessible
Primitive Camping – 20 sites. Campground B is closed.
Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish