4,258 acres, seperated into numerous tracts, mostly wetlands, Letourneau tract hardwood forests
Mostly wetlands and open water make up the Obion Wildlife Management Area. The WMA is separated into several tracts, and most provide good access to hunters. Bird watchers can also enjoy seeing wintering bald eagles on the area. The Letourneau tract is hardwood forests that flood annually and provide good habitat to a number of game.