Oklahoma WMAs Cherokee Public Hunting Area

99.9%
Public Land
16,756
acres
1,040 / 557ft
Min/Max Elevation

Oklahoma Cherokee Public Hunting Area - Unit Overview

Unit Cherokee Public Hunting Area for the majority of game species covers approximately 16,756 acres, and the majority of this unit is comprised of public land. The dominant land cover for Unit Cherokee Public Hunting Area is deciduous forest. From September through December, this unit receives an average of 3.81 inches of precipitation a month and the heaviest rainfall is in September. Temperatures during hunting seasons typically range from 40°F to 72°F.

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