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Caddo Lake Wildlife Management Area

Caddo Lake Wildlife Management AreaDescription: The Caddo Lake Wildlife Management Area manages 8,005 acres in Marion and Harrison counties and contains a permanently flooded bald cypress swamp and seasonally flooded bottomland hardwoods. Islands in the lake make up most of the land mass. The rest of the WMA is uplands forested with pine, oak and hickory trees. The best way to view wildlife at Caddo Lake WMA is by boat. A map is available at Caddo Lake State Park headquarters.  Boat lanes in Caddo Lake are marked by numbered posts to guide boaters through the coves and backwaters of the lake.

Amenities: Hiking, biking, horseback riding, primitive camping with fires only in camping areas.

Location: mailing address P.O. Box 226, Karnack, TX 75661

Directions/map: From Marshall, take Hwy. 43 north about 13 miles to FM 2198. Turn right on FM 2198 for a half mile to the Caddo Lake State Park entrance or continue on SH 43 to the public boat ramp.

Admission: Open year-round

Contact: 903-679-9817

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