Harmon Wildlife Area

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Harmon Wildlife Area is located on the Neosho River floodplain. A river oxbow with permanent water is surrounded on three sides by bottomland hardwoods. The remaining is undisturbed native prairie. Labette creek borders a .2-mile section on the west side of the property.

The undisturbed prairie meadow is noted for its wildflower diversity. The mature woodland dominated by oaks, hickory and walnut is indicative of the rich bottomland soil.

Species hunted include whitetail deer, eastern turkey, fox squirrel and cottontails.

Fishing opportunities are limited due to hike-in only access. Fish species include channel catfish, white crappie, green sunfish and rough fish.

Principal management practices on the area include prescribed burns and wildlife plantings. The property is managed with federal wildlife restoration money, state wildlife fee fund money and from agricultural income generated on the property.

Area News - Updated: 01/26/2005

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General Information

Harmon WA (PDF 404.75 kB)

 Main office: 620-231-3173
 Field office: 620-827-6301
 Office Address: 507 E. 560th Pittsburg, KS 66762

Directions to the Harmon Wildlife Area from Chetopa: 2 miles North, 1 1/2 miles East and 3/4 mile South.

Harmon WA (PDF 404.75 kB)

Special Regulations

    Off Road Vehicle and Horse use is prohibited.


Here is a complete list of Public Land Regulations or you can download the regulation summary.


The Harmon Wildlife Area was donated to the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks in 1975

Harmon Facilities
Parking Lot
  • Type of Facility: Parking Lot
  • Location of Facility: 37.06844 -95.08068