Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Wildlife Management Area
Established in 1997 for the conservation of the endangered blackland prairie habitat found in the area, the Rick Evans Grandview Prairie WMA is a 4,885-acre multi-use area. A landscape level management plan, using prescribed burns and prairie restoration techniques, was developed to restore the blackland prairie ecosystem. In addition to the native grasslands, the area consists of improved pastures, woodlands, wooded draws, and bottomland, providing habitat for the areas high quality white-tailed deer population, small game and furbearers. Excellent fishing is available on the two area lakes, and hiking, wildflower walks, bird and wildlife viewing opportunities are available throughout the WMA. A sporting clays range is available by appointment.  

Camping is available at Millwood Lake, located approximately 10 miles west of the area.

Contact Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Wildlife Management Area

Toll Free: 877-777-5580


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