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Coalton Wildlife Area

This 1,729-acre wildlife area is located in Coal and Liberty townships, Jackson County, Ohio.  The wildlife area is accessible by way of county and township roads from U.S. 35 and State Route 93.

The area is most popular for white-tailed deer, wild turkey, cottontail rabbit and gray squirrel.  Oak-hickory stands with scattered beech groves throughout the area provide good squirrel hunting and excellent habitat for wild turkey.

The Division of Wildlife enforces all state laws on these lands including hunting regulations.  Enforcement priorities focus on prohibiting litter, off-road vehicle use, and timber theft and destruction.

Address

Coalton Wildlife Area
Jackson County

Coal and Liberty townships, Ohio 45692

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (740) 589-9930
Local Number: (740) 682-7524

Special Hours: Call the Wildlife District Four Office at (740) 589-9930 or the Cooper Wildlife Area Manager at (740) 682-7524 for information.

Admission

FREE

Parking

FREE

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