Wildlife Management Areas in Georgia

Oliver Bridge WMA

Oliver Bridge Wildlife Management Area is a 1,560 acre property located in Bulloch County. This WMA offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and small game. No ATVs or camping allowed on the property. 


Ohoopee Dunes WMA

Ohoopee Dunes Wildlife Management Area is a 2,500 acre property located in Emanuel County. This wildlife management area offers opportunities for hunting deer, turkey, squirrel, and waterfowl. There is an interpretive hiking trail on the most northern tract of this four-tract WMA.

Ohoopee Dunes contains rare species and sensitive habitats. To protect these resources, vehicular access is limited and no ATVs or horses are allowed on the property.

Oconee WMA

Oconee Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 7,400 acre area located in Greene, Hancock, and Putnam Counties in east-central Georgia. Typical of Piedmont landscapes, the area consist largely of rolling hills interspersed with creeks. It also borders Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair created by the impoundment of the Oconee River. Habitat types include mixed pine/hardwoods, pure hardwood, and planted pine stands. Wildlife openings consists of fallow fields, planted food plots, and timber clear-cuts. The area offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game, and dove. 

Oaky Woods WMA

Oaky Woods Wildlife Management Area is located in Houston and Pulaski Counties. This 12,750 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game, coyote and feral hog. 


Moody Forest WMA

Moody Forest Wildlife Management Area encompasses 2,700 acres of state-owned property and 1,732 acres owned by The Nature Conservancy. Moody Forest is an irreplaceable, one-of-a-kind treasure. One of the nation's last remaining old-growth forest featuring longleaf pines 200-300 years old and mammoth tupelo cypress more than 600 years old. The forest is also home to rare plants, birds, and animals, including the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, the gopher tortoise and the eastern indigo snake.

Mead Farm WMA

Mead Farm Wildlife Management Area is a 200 acre property located in Burke County. The WMA consists of approximately 90 acres of wetlands and 110 acres of uplands. Mead Farm offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. No vehicles or ATVs are allowed on the property. 


Mayhaw WMA

Mayhaw Wildlife Management Area is 6300 acres of property in Miller County Georgia. It offers hunting opportunity for deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. The property supports a significant population of Bachman's sparrows, gopher tortoise and other priority species.


Little Satilla WMA

Composed of 18,920 acres and located only an hour away from the Atlantic ocean, Little Satilla Wildlife Management Area is known for its diverse landscapes and excellent hunting opportunities. Hunting opportunities include deer, turkey, waterfowl and small game. No camping allowed on the property.