Where to Hunt 

Click a county on the map below to pull up a list of Wildlife Management Areas and National Wildlife Refuges in that county. To search for a specific Wildlife Management Area or National Wildlife Refuge, click the link below and enter its name or county in the search bar.

Click here for a list of general WMA regulations. Regulations specific to a WMA are listed on that WMA's page in the Area Notes section.

All Wildlife Management Areas

 

Ozark Plateau
Arkansas River Valley
Ouachita Mountains
Coastal Plain
Mississippi Delta
Crowley's Ridge
 
 
 
 
Benton County Carroll County Boone County Marion County Baxter County Fulton County Randolph County Clay County Greene County Mississippi County Craighead County Poinsett County Lawrence County Sharp County Izard County Washington County Madison County Newton County Searcy County Stone County Independence County Jackson County Crawford County Franklin County Johnson County Pope County Van Buren County Cleburne County Sebastian County Logan County Scott County Yell County Conway County Faulkner County White County Woodruff County Cross County Crittenden County St. Francis County Lee County Perry County Polk County Montgomery County Garland County Saline County Pulaski County Lonoke County Prairie County Monroe County Phillips County Howard County Pike County Clark County Hot Spring County Grant County Jefferson County Arkansas County Sevier County Little River County Hempstead County Nevada County Dallas County Cleveland County Lincoln County Desha County Ouachita County Calhoun County Bradley County Drew County Chicot County Ashley County Miller County Lafayette County Columbia County Union County

 

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission offers some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities around. The agency has acquired and purchased land to offer outdoor enthusiasts places to hunt, fish and enjoy the great outdoors. These designated areas are set aside by the Commission and distinguished by certain markers. Each WMA is considered a separate zone with regard to wildlife regulations. With more than 100 wildlife management areas spanning thousands of acres, the AGFC offers nearly every Arkansan ample opportunity to enjoy the outdoors close to home.