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Meade State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area
MEADE STATE FISHING LAKE AND WILDLIFE AREA
MEADE STATE FISHING LAKE AND WILDLIFE AREA
While small, the 360-acre wildlife area offers good opportunities for dove and quail hunters. Deer, turkey, rabbit, and some waterfowl also inhabit the area and offer hunters an occasional mixed bag. Deer may only be hunted with bow or muzzleloading firearms.

In the 80-acre lake, bluegill, channel cat, and largemouth bass are plentiful and provide excellent opportunities for the angler. A boat dock is available for the unloading of boats. No skiing or pleasure boating is allowed, and all boats must be operated at no-wake speeds. A swimming beach area has been marked off.


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Meade State Park13051 V RoadMeade, KS 67864(620) 873-2572 (Area Office)(620) 227-8609 (Region 3 Office)(785) 628-8614 (Region 1 Office)

FROM LIBERAL, KS:

1. Take 54 highway east, cross the Cimarron Bridge, go to the top of the hill where the passing lane ends, 2. Turn right on Meade Lake Road and the park is 17 miles.

FROM PLAINS, KS:

1. Turn south off of highway 54 on County Road 5 travel to blinking light, 2. Turn left on County Road V and it is 7 miles to the park.

FROM MEADE, KS:

1. Turn south on highway 23 and travel 8 miles south, make the curve and travel another 5 miles to the lake. The Lake has two entrances one on the north off of the hatchery road and one on the south off of highway 23.

USA Parks
Kansas
Western Kansas Region
Meade State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area
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