The management lands consist of more than 58,000 acres distributed around the Truman Reservoir in parts of Henry, Benton, Hickory and St. Clair counties in west central Missouri.
Historically, American Indians occupying this area were principally Osage, Shawnee and Kickapoo.
The area is known for great bird watching, fishing and hunting. Trapping by special permit. Public access areas managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation are at various locations around the huge U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir. Check area maps at the website.