Find A Wildlife Management Area

Dead Creek WMA

All Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are open to hunting, trapping, fishing, wildlife viewing and other wildlife-related outdoor activities.

The Fish & Wildlife Department currently owns 99 Wildlife Management Areas totaling more than 145,000 acres throughout Vermont.

Select a district to view maps and descriptions of WMAs in that district.

District Map

District 1 - Springfield District:

Windham & Windsor Counties

District 2 - Rutland District:

Bennington & Rutland Counties

District 3 - Essex District:

Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, & Grand Isle Counties

District 4 - Barre District:

Lamoille, Washington & Orange Counties

District 5 - St. Johnsbury District:

Caledonia, Essex & Orleans Counties

WMA Locator

View an interactive map of a WMA using GIS data

Authorized & Prohibited Activities on WMAs

This rule formalizes existing and ongoing management in order to improve enforcement, clarify priority uses, set clear expectations for the use of these lands, and protect the safety of the public. Learn more...

Kingdom Heritage Lands Road Conditions

Check here to see what roads are open in the Kingdom Heritage Lands.

Accessibility on State Lands (using mobility devices)

The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources believes that people with mobility disabilities are equally entitled to all rights and privileges of anyone else who seeks the values from recreational use of their public lands. We make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations in our policies, practices and procedures to allow people with mobility disabilities access to state lands.

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Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Commissioner Louis Porter

1 National Life Drive
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Montpelier, VT 05620-3702

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The mission of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is the conservation of all species of fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the people of Vermont.