Lexington Wildlife Management Area
The Lexington Wildlife Management Area is 9,512 acres near Noble, Oklahoma in Cleveland County. Located under an hour's drive from Oklahoma City off Highway 77, this area is one of the state's most popular wildlife venues for hunting, fishing, camping, angling and other outdoor sporting and recreational activities. This wildlife area also provides a free, public shooting range.
Visitors will find common game and nongame species in this central Oklahoma area, including quail, deer, turkey, rabbit and waterfowl. Lexington WMA's primary water sources are Big Buckhead and Little Buckhead Creeks on the west end and Pond Creek in the east. 30 ponds of various sizes are located throughout the area. Lake Dahlgren, which covers 26 surface acres, is managed by Fish Division for public angling.