Lamine River Conservation Area274 Votes
- Address: 2000 S Limit, Otterville, MO 65301, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-6603664652
- Tags: Family And Kids, Conservation Centre
Lamine River Conservation Area is blessed with a rich diversity of flora and fauna. It is a huge space composed of woodland areas interspersed with grassland, cropland, ponds and wetlands. This area got its name from a French prospector who belonged from the 18th century. The area is dependent on mainly a transition stream that displays features of both an Ozark type stream and a farmland stream. Here you will find a sudden change in the forest type as you move from north to south. Lamine River Conservation Area serves as an abode to a host of bird species like Red-shouldered Hawk, Bald eagle, and American kestrel and the wooded areas is a home to woodpeckers, warblers and vireos.
How to Reach Lamine River Conservation Area
- Rented car/taxi
Lamine River Conservation Area Reviews & Ratings
Always a nice placeto go swimming and just have fun withfriends
Peaceful.. Plenty of stuff to do and the fishing in the ponds is ok.
Walked the trail until I found the river. It was muddy, though it's a beautiful place.
Over 6,000 Acres of public use land for hunting, fishing or hiking. It has the river and multiple small lakes and ponds. A boat ramp on the river. Abundant deer, Turkey and small game.
Fishing, hunting, or just hiking. It's a great place to be.