Panhandle Plains

The Panhandle Plains of Texas comprise the southern end of the Great Plains of the central United States. Soils vary from coarse sands along outwash terraces adjacent to streams, to tight clays and shales. Soil reaction is neutral to slightly alkaline. Caliche generally underlies these surface soils at depths of two to five feet. Home to the pronghorn antelope, badger, and prairie dog.
Gene Howe WMA Pat Murphy WMA Matador WMA Playa Lakes WMA - Taylor Lakes Unit Playa Lakes WMA - Armstrong and Dimmitt Units Yoakum Dunes WMA Roger R Fawcett WMA Panhandle Plains

Wildlife Management Areas and Available Recreational Activities
WMA Acres Activities
Gene Howe WMA 5,394 Bicycling Camping Equestrian Fishing Hiking Hunting Wildlife Viewing
Matador WMA 28,183 Camping Driving Equestrian Fishing Hiking Hunting Wildlife Viewing
Pat Murphy WMA 889 Fishing Hiking Hunting Wildlife Viewing
Playa Lakes WMA Armstrong Unit 160 Wildlife Viewing
Playa Lakes WMA Dimmitt Unit 422 Hunting
Playa Lakes WMA Taylor Lakes Unit 525 Hiking Hunting Wildlife Viewing
Roger R. Fawcett WMA 5,459 Fishing Hunting
Yoakum Dunes WMA 15,763