Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area

Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area
NW McCurtain County
Broken Bow
Phone: 918-527-5308
Phone: 405-521-3851

The Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area covers 203,180 acres in McCurtain County in southeast Oklahoma. Displaying a beautiful array of pine and hardwood forest, the area consists of pine plantations and streamside management zones dominated by oaks and hickories. The land encompassed by the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area is privately owned and available to the public by purchasing a Land Access Fee permit available at all hunting and fishing license vendors. Game species of interest include quail, deer, turkey and waterfowl. Three walk-in only turkey hunting areas offer hunters an opportunity to hunt free from disturbance off the main road. Fishing opportunities exist for sunfish, bass and channel catfish in small ponds and the Glover River, which bisects the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. No designated camping areas exist, but primitive camping is allowed.

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On-site Activities: Fishing, Hunting
From Hwy 259 & Hwy 3 intersection in Broken Bow, go N on Hwy 259 for 16 mi or go W on Hwy 3 for 11 mi. Eight entry roads exist into the Three Rivers WMA along Highway 259 & ten entry roads exist into the Three Rivers WMA off Hwy 3.

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