This 102-acre lake was built in 1959 to serve as the cities water supply. Since the enrollment in the Community Assistance Program in 1986, the Missouri Conservation Department has added parking lots, a privy, concrete boat ramp,fishing docks,and access roads to the facilities. Brookfield City lake provides fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and channel catfish. Channel catfish are stocked periodically by the Conservation Department. The lake is surrounded by parkland with picnic tables and a shelter house.This area is owned by the city. For general questions regarding the area please contact the City of Brookfield at: 660-258-3377.
From Brookfield, take Highway 11 east 2 miles, then Jetty Road north.
3CSR 10-12 101 Title; Authority
Chapter 12 of the Wildlife Code applies to this area. This area is not owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation. The information provided reflects regulations for activities regulated under a cooperative agreement between the Missouri Department of Conservation and the owner of the area. For more information on any activity not listed below, contact the area owner at the phone number listed in the area details section.
3CSR 10-12 109 Closed Hours
This area is closed to public use from 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m daily; however, hunting fishing, trapping, dog training, camping, launching and landing boats is allowed 24 hours a day on areas where these activities are permitted.
3CSR 10-12 110 Use of Boats and Motors
Boats may be used on this area.
3CSR 10-12 130 Fishing, General Provisions and Seasons
Fishing is prohibited on some areas managed under a cooperative agreement with the Department, but allowed on others. Special regulations may apply to fishing. To determine the fishing regulations for this area, consult the Missouri Code of State Regulations in Chapter 12 of the Wildlife Code.