White Oak Creek WMA

Phone: (903) 884-3800
33948 HWY 77
Omaha, TX 75571

Contact: John Tromza

Dates Open: Open year round, except entire area closed for Special Permit hunts.


The White Oak Creek WMA is located in Bowie, Cass, Morris and Titus counties, in northeast Texas, near the Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas border. The WMA covers approximately 25,777 acres of mostly bottomland hardwood forest at the confluence of the Sulphur River and White Oak Creek. The WMA is managed under a license agreement with the US Army Corps of Engineers. Outdoor recreation includes hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and wildlife viewing. Public hunting is permitted for white-tailed deer, feral hog, mourning dove, waterfowl, early teal, duck, woodcock, rail, gallinule, snipe, squirrel, rabbits, hares and furbearers.

Please Note
  • There aren't any restroom facilities.
  • Bring your own drinking water.
  • Insect repellant is advised for mosquitoes and be aware of poison ivy.
  • Watch for poisonous snakes.
  • Flooding occurs during heavy rains, be prepared to move to higher ground.
  • Note: TPWD Law Enforcement personnel in the area will be enforcing DPS regulations concerning ATV use on Public Hunting Lands.