Tulsa District Hunting Information

This page contains the official and most up to date information for the Tulsa District hunting areas as well as our Digital Hunting Map APP. 

Hunting at all Corps of Engineers projects is in accordance with applicable Federal and State regulations.  Generally, all Corps hunting areas are open for public hunting of all legal species with the use of any legal weapon for that open season except in areas designated for restricted hunting.  Hunting is prohibited in developed recreational areas, lands around dams and other structures.  Vehicles must remain on established roads and camping is allowed in designated areas only.

State hunting regulations vary throughout the Tulsa District since its projects are located in three states.  For your convenience hunters may obtain current state hunting regulations by visiting these state websites:

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation 

Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Projects below with  *  after their name are also available through our Digital Hunting Map App to the right, just click on the icon to access them.

Caution:  When searching on the web for a hunting map within the boundaries of Tulsa District it is highly suggested that you look for links referencing Tulsa District Recreation - Hunting Information - Army.mil instead of USACE Digital Library.  The  USACE digital website has the older versions without the *, but only the newer versions linked below are available on their website.

USACE Digital Library

The following up to date hunting maps are available within our Headquarters Digital Library and are linked to that site.

Oklahoma Lakes: Broken Bow Lake     Copan Lake     Eufaula Lake     Hulah Lake    Lake Texoma (OK and Texas)     Oologah Lake     Sardis Lake     Wister Lake

Kansas Lakes: Council Grove Lake     Elk City Lake     John Remond Reservoir     Marion Reservoir 

Digital Hunting Maps (GIS)