Explore 250,000 acres of a protected wildlife are in southern Oklahoma. The Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area boasts mature pine trees, native wildlife and dense hardwood forests filled with both hickory and oak trees. Hit the trails on your ATV or cast a line into the Glover River which runs through the pristine wildlife area.
Signal Mountain dirt road trails wind around small creeks and the walk-in turkey hunting area. Riders can expect to encounter rugged terrain with small hills and heavy ground cover. The Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area is private land which is open to public use. Before embarking on an ATV, fishing or hunting adventure yo must first purchase a recreational permit. Visitors who are not yet 18 on the first day of the current year, or are age 64 or older do not have to purchase a recreational or land access permit. Primitive camping is allowed at any location inside the wildlife management area.
Boktuldo Creek dirt trails are located in the southern section of the wildlife management area. The roadway trail circles around a walk-in turkey hunting area with a blend of low valleys and steep hills. Keep a watchful eye on the low hanging branches from mature oak trees while riding through the area. After heavy rains, the creek banks and valleys are often money and may be difficult to traverse for novice riders. All terrain vehicles and off-road vehicles are permitted to onto the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area property during open deer season. Operators must wear daylight fluorescent orange gear on both the head and chest during deer gun season. Speeds in excess of 25 miles per hour are not permitted.
Pickens roadway trail is the features mild terrain and level trails. Riders seeking to encounter native wildlife or on a hunting trip may not find this section of the wildlife management area to their liking. But novice riders can enjoy the scenic beauty of Oklahoma without fear of steep ravines or rugged hills. Both riders and passengers under the age of 18 are required to wear crash helmets while inside the wildlife management area. If an ATV is left unattended, the owners name and contact information must be attached to the vehicle. Riders are not permitted more than a half a mile off of a designated road or trail. Riding in waterways is also prohibited unless an obstruction blocks the designated trail path.