5,450 acres, special hunting regulations, 23 miles of hiking only trails, 9 miles deisgnated horseback and hiking, 80 acre Mauzy Lake with bank access and boat ramp, shooting range, camping
Covering over 5,000 acres in Union County, Higginson-Henry Wildlife Management Area features rolling hills with patches of hardwood forest. Hunters should consult the current Hunting Guide to learn all the regulations for Higginson-Henry. Hunting is usually productive on this WMA. Popular species that are purusued on the WMA are rabbit and quail, as well as deer under special Quality Deer Management restrictions that are in place. There are over twenty miles of hiking trails, and nine miles designated for horseback riding. There is also the 80 acre Mauzy Lake that has good bank access fishing.