Dewey Wills Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Cross Trail

Total Miles


20.3 ft


1.5 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

The Dewey Wills (WMA) Trail cross-cuts a large conservation area, approximately 64,000 acres, in central Louisiana that provides for a variety of activities such as camping, hunting, trapping, fishing, and boating. This area has a variety of maintained gravel and dirt roads along with less maintained spur trails to explore. The variety of swamp areas along with dense woods allows for a great deal of wildlife viewing opportunities.


The roads that crosscut the WMA are mostly gravel and dirt. If you choose to travel the various spur trails, the difficulty can change more dramatically, especially, if recent rains cause wet trail conditions.

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Access Description

You can enter the WMA from several entrances off of LA 28.