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Hunting Contact: (405) 823-8714

Game Warden: (405) 850-9757, (405) 323-7863

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The Lexington Wildlife Management Area is  9,512 acres located off Highway 77 five miles south and six miles east of Noble, Oklahoma in Cleveland County. Post oak-blackjack, also called cross timbers habitat, and native grasses overlay Lexington WMA. Many common game and nongame species are found on this central Oklahoma area.

The primary water sources for Lexington WMA are Big Buckhead and Little Buckhead Creeks on the west end and Pond Creek in the east. There are about 30 ponds of various sizes located throughout the area. Lake Dahlgren, which covers 26 surface acres, is managed by Fish Division for public angling.

Driving Directions:

From Lexington: 5 miles north on U.S. Hwy 77, 5½ miles east on Slaughterville Rd.

From Noble: 5 miles south on U.S. Hwy 77, 5½ miles east on Slaughterville Rd.

Game Species of Interest: 

  • Quail: Bobwhite quail are present but are highly sought after.
  • Deer: White-tailed deer inhabit the area but are highly sought after.
  • Turkey: Rio Grande wild turkeys are present, but are highly sought after.
  • Rabbit: Cottontails are present in good numbers.
  • Furbearers: Coyote, bobcat, raccoon, and other furbearers are available.
  • Dove: Local doves are present, but usually are not concentrated in large numbers.
  • Waterfowl: Some ducks utilize the area ponds.
  • Squirrel: Fox squirrel are present in good numbers.

Nongame Species of Interest:

Description of Fish and Wildlife Management Practices:

Prescribed fire, strip discing and wildlife food plots are utilized to increase vegetation diversity to enhance wildlife habitat. 

Camping and Facilities:

Primitive camping is available near the main entrance. A shooting range is located on the management area.

Fishing Opportunities:

Opportunities exist at Dahlgren Lake and several small ponds located on the management area for channel catfish, largemouth bass and sunfish.


Lexington WMA Map

For additional information and area attractions:

Frontier Country

Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
Post Office Box 52002
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2002
(800) 652-6552 or (405) 521-2409 

Norman Convention and Visitors Bureau

Non-Ambulatory Acres: 
1,274.61 acres

For a list of other hunting areas with non-ambulatory access go here.

Shooting Range Info: 

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Range Coordinates: 35° 2'42.27"N 97°10'39.48"W

Driving Directions: From Purcell, travel east out of town on US-77 N towards Lexington for 1 mile. Continue straight onto OK-39 E/ Broadway St through Lexington for 9.4 miles. Travel north on 180th St for 2 miles. The entrance to the rifle range will be on your left.

Area Dove Fields

14 plots total All dove fields are planted in winter wheat. Wheat in dove fields are mowed to scatter seed, then fields are burned to create bare ground to attract doves.
Area GPS Food Source Acres PDF
Plot # 14 Wheat 165 PDF