This 37,000 acre WMA stretching along the western shore of Lake Greeson to Hwy 359, was established as a WMA to provide acreage for public hunting. Today the habitat on the WMA is predominantly pine production forest with scattered stands of mixed pine/hardwood forest, particularly along corridors of several creeks that drain the WMA. These extensive forestry management activities result in food for deer, turkeys and other wildlife, and populations have thrived. Accessed from Murfreesboro to the south, Hwy 369 to the west and Hwy 70 to the north, the WMA is open to the public year-round and attracts hunters, as well as hikers, birders and other wildlife watchers.
Camping is permitted on the area at designated campsites and in three Corp of Engineer campgrounds on the lakeshore.
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