Jamestown Independence County Wildlife Management Area
Jamestown WMA is 971 acres along the southwestern portion of Independence County. The area was acquired in 1941. The WMA is broken up into nine tracts, ranging from 40 acres to 508 acres. The large tract and two 40-acre tracts are partially surrounded by Cherokee WMA, leased from Green Bay Packaging. The area transitions from gently rolling hills to mountains and consists mainly of hardwoods. Deer, turkeys, squirrels, and rabbits can be found throughout the area.

The largest tract can be reached by Jamestown Loop Road off Arkansas Highway 230 at Jamestown. The two southernmost tracts can be reached from Arkansas Highway 87 in Floral. The two tracts to the west can be reached by turning onto Radio Tower Road from Arkansas Highway 25 at Almond.

Contact Jamestown Independence County Wildlife Management Area

Toll Free: 877-967-7577


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