The area is named after the late Bennie Hall, an avid trapper and hunter from Guthrie County. Mr. Hall left his estate to the Prairie Woodland Conservation Foundation to be used for conservation purposes. The 220-acre area lies adjacent to existing public land and created a 517-acre wildlife habitat complex. The area's primary use will be to serve as wildlife habitat for game and non-game species. Hunting, fishing, birdwatching, hiking, canoeing and kayaking will be the primary activities in the area.
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