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Sunflower Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Sunflower Wildlife Management Area is approximately 60,000 acres located in Delta National Forest, which is owned by the US Forest Service (USFS). The WMA is located in Sharkey County, about 10 miles east of Rolling Fork, and was established in 1955. Consisting entirely of bottomland hardwood forest with stands varying in age from regeneration areas to mature forests, the major tree species on the area are water, willow, overcup, and Nuttall oaks, ash, sugarberry, sweetgum, and cypress. Management of timber stands is entirely handled by the USFS.

Official Website: Sunflower Wildlife Management Area

Twin Oaks Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Twin Oaks WMA is a 5,847-acre tract located approximately 40 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. This area is bounded by the Little Sunflower River on the east and county/gravel roads on the north and south. Although the area adjoins the approximately 60,000 acre Delta National Forest to the east, the WMA is considered somewhat isolated as a result of agricultural practices on the north, south, and western boundaries. Prior to acquisition, the primary use of this site was for timber production.

Official Website: Twin Oaks Wildlife Management Area

Bayou Macon Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

LDWF owned. Bottomland hardwood area. Primitive camping available.

Official Website: Bayou Macon

Big colewa Bayou Hunting

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

LDWF owned. Hunting, small and big game. Especially dove.

Official Website: Big colewa Bayou

Floy Ward McElroy WMA Hiking Fishing Hunting

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Richland parish. Wildlfie refuge and education area. Wildlife viewing, birding, fishing and nature trails

Official Website: Floy Ward McElroy WMA

Ouachita WMA Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Ouachita Parish. Bottomland hardwood area. Big and small game hunting, trapping, waterfowl, and birding. Three reservoirs for fishing. Camping area avialable.

Official Website: Ouachita WMA

Russell Sage WMA Hiking Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Ouachita, Richland and Morehouse parishes. Hunting, trapping, birding and camping

Official Website: Russell Sage WMA

Union WMA Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Union parish. Hunting, tapping and camping.

Official Website: Union WMA

Atlanta State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Atlanta, TX 75551 (154.023 miles)

Atlanta State Park is 1475 acres on Lake Wright Patman Dam in Cass County, a few miles southwest of Texarkana. Caddo Indians once made this area their home. The park offers swimming in a designated sandy beach area (no lifeguard on duty) on Wright Patman Lake, a nature trail and a hiking trail of five miles, water skiing, boating (canoe rentals are available at the park), and fishing. Wright Patman Lake is also a popular fishing spot. The reservoir covers 20,300 acres and has an average depth of 7.6 feet. There are 170 miles of shoreline.

Official Website: Atlanta State Park

Bayou Pierre Hiking Hunting

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

LDWF owned. Bottomland hardwoods. Hunting and birdwatching.

Official Website: Bayou Pierre