Henry Gray Hurricane Lake Wildlife Management Area
Henry Gray Hurricane Lake WMA consists of 17,000 acres of prime bottomland hardwoods habitat. There are numerous sloughs and flats throughout the area and several ridges. Elevation ranges from 190 to 210 feet above sea level. The White River bounds the WMA on the east and the Little Red River separates approximately 4,000 acres from the main body of the area. A major tributary, Glaise Creek, as well as several oxbow lakes including Big Hurricane, Little Hurricane, Big Bell, Little Bell, Whirl Lake, Honey Lake, Big Brushy and Mallard Pond are also located on the area.

There are 35 campsites available to the public on the WMA. All sites are primitive and are maintained by area personnel. The sites are marked by signs and/or ringed by blue paint and are located at the following places: Bolie Pond, along the entrance road, headquarters, Three Sister Lake, along Glaise Creek, Honey Lake, Whirl Lake, Big Bell Lake, Big Hurricane Lake, Willow Pond, White River, Holland Beach, Red Rivers Boat Ramp, Mud Pond Slough, Mallard Pons, at Nimmow Access Area, Cypert’s Bluff, Spanish Grant, Deep Bank Slough and at Georgetown Access Area. No other accommodations exist.

Contact Henry Gray Hurricane Lake Wildlife Management Area

Toll Free: 877-734-4581


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