Lake Jacomo, Missouri

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Lake Jacomo is another beautiful recreation area located in Fleming Park. The lake features numerous hiking trails and a marina. Popular activities include sailing and windsurfing. There is also great fishing at Lake Jacomo inclduing a great quantity of walleye, hybrid striped bass, catfish, bluegill, and largemouth bass. The Marina has all the facilities you’ll need like convenience store, gasoline pumps, baits, and a fishing dock. Lake Jacomo also has a campground, which has over 50 sites.

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LAKE SIZE:
Lake Jacomo in Missouri has 970 surface acres.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
(816) 795-8888

One mile east of 291 on Woods Chapel Road

GENERAL:
Marina, Boat Ramp, Restrooms, Fishing Platform

CAMPING:
19 Full Hookup, 21 with Electric, 17 Tent Sites. Showers, Laundry, Restrooms, Playground, Fire Pits, Picnic Tables, Firewood, Ice

TRAILS:
Lake Vista Trail – 5 miles loop, starts at Lake Jacoma dam on Ligget Road
North Shore Trail – 3.5 miles one way, starts at Blue Springs Lake dam goes into woods
Rock Ledges Nature Trail – 1.5 mile loop, starts at Shelter #14
Pa-Huska Nature Trail – 1.2 mile loop, starts at Sailboat Cove
Clermont Nature Trail – 1 mile loop, starts in Missouri Town 1855 (admission fee required)
Prickly Pear Cactus Glade Nature Trail – 1 mile loop, starts at Colbern and Beach Road
Tcha-To-Ga Nature Trail – 1.2 mile loop, across Hoofed Animal Enclosure
Mun-Ni-Pus-Kee Nature Trail – 1.5 mile loop, around Hoofed Animal Enclosure
Nature Trail – 1 mile One way, at Kemper Outdoor Education Center
Larry Mattenon Memorial Nature Trail – 1.7 miles one way, Old White Road to Colbern Road, 2.5 mile loop

FISH SPECIES:
Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Walleye, Hybrid Striped Bass

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
Camping
Hiking
WATER SPORTS:
Boating
Boat Rental
Sailing
Windsurfing

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