Tunica Hills Wildlife Management Area

Old Tunica Road, St. Francisville, LA 70775
225-765-2360
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Property Description

Area encompasses some 5,906 acres and is owned by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.Terrain of the area is typified by rugged hills, bluffs and ravines. The area lies at the southern end of the Loess Blufflands escarpment that follows the east bank of the Mississippi River south from its confluence with the Ohio River. These bluff lands offer a diverse habitat that supports some species of plants and animals not found elsewhere in Louisiana. The forest type on the area is classified as upland hardwood.Tuncia Hills WMA is open to a variety of outdoor recreational activities including: Hunting, trapping, birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding, bike riding, sightseeing, photography and scientific study. A nature trail is present. Location: Take US Hwy 61 north to Hwy 66 - turn left. Turn left on to Old Tunica Road