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Deer and Turkey
NAME: MORAINE VIEW STATE RECREATION AREA
LOCATION: The Moraine View State Recreation Area (MVSRA) is located 5 miles northeast of LeRoy in southeastern McLean County
|TOTAL ACRES:||1,687||HUNTABLE ACRES:||1,191|
|WATER ACRES:||158||TIMBERED ACRES:||455|
SEASONS, HOURS, LIMITS:
|Deer (Archery)||See Below||See Below||Free site Hunting Permit and site specific permit required.|
|Turkey (Spring Youth)||See Below||See Below||Free site Hunting Permit and site specific permit required.|
|Turkey (Spring)||See Below||Statewide||Free site Hunting Permit and site specific permit required.|
|Turkey (Archery)||See Below||Statewide||Free site Hunting Permit and site specific permit required.|
|Coyotes (Archery)||See Below||See Below||Free site Hunting Permit and site specific permit required.|
Online, Free Site Hunting Permits - East Central Illinois Sites
Statewide regulations shall apply at sites where windshield permits are issued, except that hunters must obtain a free site permit online from the Department web site. This permit must be displayed under the vehicle windshield, face up, with the permit number visible and pocket portion in possession while hunting at the site. Hunters must report their annual harvest online (even if the hunter did not hunt) by February 15 or two weeks after the season closes for those seasons ending after February 1. Hunters shall forfeit their hunting privileges at the site for the following year if they fail to report by the above deadline.
**** IN ALL CASES, ask
site personnel about current regulations, special rules, and site conditions.
OTHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE: Fishing and boating are provided on the lake. Eight picnic areas with tables and fireplaces are available. A large camping area with gravel pads, electricity, showers, flush toilets and a sanitation station for trailers is present. 13 miles of horseback trails are also available. Handicap facilities are also available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Site Office at (309) 724-8032. For general information about hunting regulations and applications please click here.
Equal opportunity to participate in programs of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) and those funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other agencies is available to all individuals regardless of race, sex, national origin, disability, age, religion or other non-merit factors. If you believe you have been discriminated against, contact the funding source's civil rights office and/or the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer, IDNR, One Natural Resources Way, Springfield, IL 62702; 217/785-0067; TTY 217/782-9175.