Big Timber Wildlife Management Arealast updated: June 2013
The Big Timber Wildlife Management Area is located in Clark County in Central Arkansas.  The land comprising the Big Timber Wildlife Management Area is owned by various entities and individuals.  These lands are managed for a variety of forest products.  This is a working forest so please be aware of ongoing habitat management and timber harvest operations.

The boundaries of the Big Timber Wildlife Management Area are typically marked by an 18-inch vertical painted yellow “blaze” on trees along all major roads paralleling or entering the area.  Interior boundary lines may not be marked.  Permits are required for all hunting, fishing and camping activities and may be purchased from your local license dealer or ordered from:  The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, License Division,#2 Natural Resources Drive,Little Rock, AR 72205 or by phone at 1-800-364-GAME or via internet at

Camping on the Big Timber Wildlife Management Area is allowed only in designated camping areas.  All- Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) may be used on open roads and trails only by hunters to access hunting locations or camping areas during open hunting seasons.  Within the Big Timber Upland Demonstration Area ATVs may only be operated on the main access road.  Questions and comments about the Big Timber Wildlife Management Area may be directed to the Wildlife Management Division staff at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s South Central Regional Office.

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Contact Big Timber Wildlife Management Area

Toll Free: 877-836-4612


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