Telogia Creek Wildlife Management Area
Located in northwest Liberty County, Telogia Creek WMA protects more than 12,000 acres of wildlife habitat.
The WMA is home to a variety of uplands and wetlands that support a wide array of imperiled and common wildlife. The area also helps protect the water quality of Telogia Creek and its wider floodplain.
FWC manages this natural area for the benefit of wildlife, while also providing outdoor recreation opportunities such as hiking, hunting, horseback riding and watching wildlife.
Hours of Operation
Open to public access year round.
Rules About Use
Motor vehicles may be operated only on roads as designated on the regulations summary brochure map.
Other regulations for the area can be found in the regulations summary brochure.
What It Costs to Visit
No fee or daily-use permit is required.
To hunt on this area, you must obtain the appropriate licenses and permits. For more information, see the regulations summary brochure.
No restrooms are available on this area.
Dogs are allowed but must be kept under physical restraint at all times.
Immerse yourself in nature and keep an eye out for native wildlife as you travel through the WMA. Telogia Creek is home to deer, bobcats and a wide range of birds. Check for animal prints on sandy roads and trails and look for birds in the treetops and near water.
The variety of plants and animals on this natural area will enhance your hiking experience. Bring your binoculars to look for hawks, woodpeckers and other birds, or use the iNaturalist app to practice your plant identification skills.
Telogia Creek WMA is a Public Small Game Hunting Area. For hunting dates and regulations, see the area's regulations summary brochure.
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