The Mulberry Fork Wildlife Management Area Tract in Walker and Tuscaloosa counties provides a 94-year hunting lease for 33,280 acres. Mountainous and wooded terrain, host springs and rocky bluffs comprise the landscape, along with early successional habitats within reclaimed areas, and plantation forests bordering the Bankhead Lake portion of the Black Warrior River.
Besides hunting, other recreational opportunities include wildlife observation as well as boating and fishing on the Black Warrior.
Hunters must possess a valid hunting license, a WMA license and a free map/permit. Permits and other WMA information may be downloaded from the Wildlife Management Areas webpage.
From Birmingham, take Exit 120/AL-269 off I-20. Go West on AL-269 approximately 29.6 miles to Walker Co. Rd. 53. Turn left on Co. Rd. 53 and travel approximately 6.9 miles to Co. Rd. 6. Turn left on Co. Rd. 6 and travel approximately 1.6 miles to the check-in station.