KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Visitors to public lands can take advantage of interactive maps to improve hunting and other outdoor experiences at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes through a free Hunting Map tool available at USACE Hunting App . With just a few clicks visitors can link to lake area maps, hunting boundaries, rules and regulations, access points, terrain, land cover and much more!
The USACE Hunting Maps tool is a one-stop-shop for hunting information and resources on public lands surrounding lakes operated by the Corps of Engineers in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, and beyond.
“We are very excited to add 16 of our lakes to this application,” said Kyle Ruona, USACE conservation biologist. “The Kansas City District offers 317,000 acres of public land and this tool will help hunters find and navigate locations as well as rules and regulations that apply.”
Visitors can also take advantage of features like measuring tools, interactive layers, setting waypoints, printing, link sharing, and more. Traveling beyond the Kansas City District Corps of Engineers? The Hunting Maps tool also provides hunting information on Corps Lakes across the nation.
Release no. 21-065