Guy B Park Conservation Area

Managed by Missouri Department of Conservation

Guy B. Park Conservation Area is a quiet nature area west of Weston, MO that offers fishing and hunting.

Guy B. Park Conservation Area received its name from Missouri's 38th governor, Guy Brasfield Park. Governor Park was born June 10, 1872, in Platte City. He was educated in the public schools and studied at Gaylord Institute in Platte City. In 1896, he graduated from the Law Department of the University of Missouri and later began practicing law in Platte City. He served as city attorney, prosecuting attorney, and as a district delegate to the State Constitutional Convention. He accepted the position of Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit in 1922. He was later elected as Governor of the State and served from 1933 until 1937. Upon expiration of his term as governor, he returned to Platte City and continued his law practice. Governor Guy B. Park died Oct. 1, 1946.

Address Park Address:
371 Hwy and Bee Creek Blvd
Platte City, MO
Hours Hours: 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Phone Phone: 816-858-5718
URL Official Web URL: Click Here
Restrooms Restrooms: Yes
Park Size Park Size (Acres): 379.8

Hunting Hunting: Squirrel, Turkey, Dove, Deer, Quail, Rabbit
Fishing Fishing: Black Bass, Sunfish
Boating Boating: Row boats or Electric motor only

Applications for the Platte County Commission Outreach Grant Program are due on January 15th, 2021. For more information, click here.