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The 625-acre Oxbow Lake is perfect for fishing. The park offers camping, a swimming pool, a reservable shelter and a boat ramp.
Campsites (58 with elect. & 18 basic) are available by reservation.
The park is an ideal area for bird watching, as it lies along a major migratory flyway.
Located 11 miles southwest of Mound City on Route 111.
The park reopened May 23, 2014. It was closed in 2011 because of a levee breach which caused severe flooding and damage.
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark noted great quantities of fish, geese and goslings here in 1804. Bordering Lewis and Clark Lake, this park is still a great place for bird watching. Camping, picnicking, fishing, a boat ramp and a beach are features. Located 20 miles southwest of St. Joseph off Route 138.
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