Lone Elk County Park

1 Lone Elk Park Rd
Ballwin
MO 63088

Lone Elk County Park

Habitat protejat / cultivatPublic Forest/Natural AreaHabitat cu viață sălbaticăEco-Tour/Nature WalkCentru viață sălbatică / Grădină zoologicăDuck Pond

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Lone Elk County Park is a wildlife park that allows people to hike or drive through the area while viewing animals such as Elk, Deer, and Bison in their natural habitats. The park includes rest areas, picnic sites, and a visitor center.

I have personally visited Lone Elk Park, and it is very beautiful. It allows visitors to explore the natural area and observe wildlife, while still having the comfort of public bathrooms. I am interested in studying and observing animals in the wild, and this is a great observation area. Lone Elk Park can also give us ideas on how to preserve a natural habitat for creatures other than humans in St. Vincent's Park.

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