Sherburne Wildlife Management Area

February 6, 2017
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Sherburne Wildlife Management Area

Sherburne Wildlife Management Area. Tent and R/V camping are free, at the southern campsite in the WMA with a self clearing permit that can be obtained at any of the area’s Information Centers (an Information Center is located at the campsite).

The site is secluded though you may a couple of neighbors during peak hunting and fishing seasons. A few of the WMA’s activities include camping, hiking, sightseeing, boating, horseback riding trails and ATV trails. With proper license hunting, trapping and fishing is possible.

The site is down a dirt road and over the top of a levee so access to the site may be difficult if the weather is or has been bad (this is a Louisiana swamp), 4wd vehicle may be needed. From I-10 take the Whiskey Bay Exit on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. Head north on 975 for approximately 9 miles.

Site Width (ft):100
Site Length (ft):1000
Flat:Yes
FireRing:Yes
Grill:No
PicnicTable:No
PitToilet:No
FlushToilet:No
PotableWater:No
NonPotableWater:No
RegistrationRequired:No

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