Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area

Warm Springs

  1. Portions of the WMA in Hunting Districts 213 and 215 are open to deer hunting only with archery, shotgun, traditional handgun, muzzeloader, and crossbow.
Region 2
Latitude/Longitude 46.16815 -112.78755
Size 1,337.7 acres.
Elevation 4,844 ft.
Open Jan 1 to Dec 31
Directions
While driving on Interstate 90, take exit 201. Turn right and exit and follow signs to Warm Springs Ponds.

 Location Map

No Site Fees.

Facilities
Bike Trail
Garbage Bins
Group Use - Sheltered
Hiking Trail
Horseback Riding Trail
Information Kiosk/Map
Interpretive Trail
Pack in/Pack out
Parking
Picnic Table
Primitive Campsite
Sheltered
Toilet (Vault)
Bicycling
Boating - non-motorized
Camping
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Hunting
Photography
Picnicking
Wildlife Viewing
Beaver
Bobcat
Coots
Ducks
Geese
Gray Partridge (Hungarian Partridge)
Mink
Mourning Dove
Mule Deer
Muskrat
Otter
Sandhill Crane
Snipe
White-tailed Deer
  1. Brady Shortman bshortman@mt.gov
  2. Mailing Address:
  3. WARM SPRINGS
  4. Phone:(406)693-9083