West Tennessee Region 1

West Tennessee Region 1

West Tennessee Wildlife Management Areas (Region 1)

West Tennessee Region 1
*The numbers for each WMA and on the map correspond to the numbers in the hunting guide.
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Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Maps

This map is intended as a guide only, and its content is subject to change without notice.  The map is intended to reflect the approximate boundaries of the TWRA Huntable Lands generally available for the use of sportsmen/sportswomen with proper licenses.  It should not be interpreted as representing legal property boundaries.  If you see potential errors please contact the appropriate regional office.

TWRA has made a reasonable effort to assure the accuracy of the map; nevertheless, some information contained therein may not be accurate.  TWRA does not warrant or make any representations as to the accuracy of the content of the map, and TWRA is not liable for any improper or incorrect use of this map or for any direct or indirect damages suffered related to the use of this map.  It is every user’s responsibility to know the land ownership of and regulations pertaining to the area which he or she intends to use for recreational purposes.

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Download a map of  A.E.D.C Wildlife Management Area

Hunting information on Oak Ridge WMA

Maps that are available: Bear Hollow Mountain, Bridgestone/Firestone, Catoosa, Cheatham, Chuck Swan, North Cumberland OHV Riding Area, Foot Hills, Prentice Cooper, and Tigrett.

Alcohol Ban on WMAs

NASHVILLE --- Alcohol possession and consumption will be prohibited on Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Wildlife Management areas statewide, effective April 15, 2024 with the exception of designated areas. Alcohol is only permitted at designated TWRA campgrounds and on public waters bordering or within a WMA. Drunken-disorderly conduct is also prohibited.

This rule applies to all user groups, including hunters, hikers, off-highway (OHV) drivers and passengers, and other WMA users. Signs will be posted on the WMA noting that alcohol is prohibited. TWRA wildlife officers will be issuing citations for alcohol possession and use that is not in compliance with the regulations. Tennessee State Driving Under the Influence laws also apply on local roads and managed trails when operating OHVs.

The rule change is being implemented due to high rates of intoxicated trail riding on WMAs and frequent accidents where alcohol was a contributing factor. The TWRA is committed to public safety and is focused on keeping public lands family-friendly and safe for all Tennesseans.

The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission held public hearings on this Rule - Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs., Chapter 1660-01-14 - in 2023 in accordance with the Uniform Administrative Procedures Act and is granted the authority to implement this rule under T.C.A. §§ 70-1-206, 70-9-105.

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