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Mountain Park

Hunting Contact: (580) 595-0347

Game Warden: (580) 450-7703

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Mountain Park WMA covers 5,400 acres in Kiowa County in southwest Oklahoma. The area is on the north and west sides of Tom Steed Reservoir which is north of Snyder on Hwy 183. Mountain Park WMA is a mixture of grassland, agriculture fields and areas of scrub mesquite. The agriculture fields consist of winter wheat and milo. Wetland units are located on the northwest side of the area. The average annual rainfall for the area is about 26 inches. 

Driving Directions

From Mountain Park: 7 miles north on U.S. Hwy 183. The WMA is located mainly north and west of this point and around the lake to the west.

Game Species of Interest: 

  • Quail: Bobwhite quail are present in fair numbers but are highly sought after.  
  • Deer: White-tailed deer are present in fair numbers. 
  • Rabbit: Cottontails are present in good numbers. 
  • Furbearers: Coyote, bobcat and raccoon are available. 
  • Dove: Often present in good numbers in vicinity of managed feeding fields. 
  • Waterfowl: Large numbers of wintering geese and ducks are usually present during migration. 
  • Turkey: Rio Grande Turkeys are present in low numbers.

Nongame Species of Interest:  

  • Bald Eagle: Eagles winter on nearby Wichita Mtns. Wildlife Refuge and frequent Tom Steed lake. 
  • Shorebirds: Frequent the lake shores and wetland units during fall and spring migrations. 

Description of Fish and Wildlife Management Practices:

Approximately 2,000 acres is in an agriculture lease program to provide wildlife feeding areas. A 320 acre wetland unit is managed for waterfowl through agriculture plantings and native wetland plant enhancement. Trees are planted to provide wildlife cover and nesting habitat. 

Camping and Facilities: 

Three designated primitive camping areas are offered on the area. RV Camping is available at the Great Plains State Park, (580) 569-2032.

Fishing Opportunities:

Tom Steed Lake is known best for its crappie and walleye fishery. It also has opportunities for hybrid striped bass, catfish and black bass.


Mountain Park WMA Map 

For additional information and area attractions:

Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce and Industry
629 C Avenue Lawton OK 73501

Great Plains Country
114 South 9th St, Suite A Frederick OK 73542

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

Non-Ambulatory Acres: 
7,257.33 acres

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

Lakes on area: 

Area Dove Fields

Some fields are planted to wheat and some winter disked to provide sunflowers, and all are mowed prior to dove season. There are numerous ponds on the WMA that could provide additional opportunities.
Area GPS Food Source Acres PDF
Plot # Smith Unit Map Native Vegetation, Sunflowers, Wheat 26 PDF
Plot # North Side Field Map Native Vegetation, Sunflowers, Wheat 13 PDF
Plot # NE Dove Field Map Native Vegetation, Sunflowers, Wheat 10 PDF