Ohoopee Dunes Wildlife Management Area is an 8,653-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 Old Mcleod’s Bridge Tract of this four-tract WMA. This WMA is managed to provide both firearms deer hunting opportunities on the Old Mcleod’s Bridge Tract and more traditional season-long archery deer hunting opportunities on the remaining tracts (Highway 80, Hall’s Bridge and Covena Tracts). Camping is available on the Old Mcleod’s Bridge Tract off U.S. Highway 57.
Ohoopee Dunes contains rare species and sensitive habitats associated with the unique Ohoopee River dune systems. To protect these resources, vehicular access is limited and no ATVs or horses are allowed on the property.
Accommodations & Facilities
- Boat Ramp
- Canoe Access
- Nature Trails
- Geocaching — not allowed before 10 a.m. during turkey season
- River Fishing
- Wildlife Viewing