Tunica Hills Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is composed of two separate tracts: the North Tract and the South Tract. The North Tract (2,346 acres) is immediately adjacent to the Louisiana State Penitentiary while the South Tract (4,156 acres) is off Old Tunica Road, which is part of the scenic Natchez Trace System and has been used for travel since colonial times.
The WMA’s terrain is characterized by rugged hills, bluffs, and ravines. These blufflands offer a diverse and unique habitat that supports some species of plants and animals not found elsewhere in Louisiana.
Activities and amenities include hunting, trapping, birding, wildlife viewing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, biking, and photography.
Read more about Tunica Hills Wildlife Management Area here.