Warner Valley Wildlife Area

On this page, you’ll find area-specific regulations that supplement and/or supersede general use regulations, both of which are a condition for use and incorporated by reference into the entry permit. You’ll also find links to supporting law, websites, directions, hunt maps, and a suggestion box.

Warning shot!!! Remember, federal law also applies (link to our summary of the Migratory Bird Treat Act.) and additional may be located at the Wildlife Area that you can’t find anywhere else (e.g. check station, information kiosks, permits, reservations, road signs, etc.)


General Info

  • Directions

    Directions

    Authorized species: all legal species, but CDFW emphasizes-

  1. Big game: black bear and deer
  2. Furbearers: beaver
  3. Small game mammals: rabbit and tree squirrel
  4. Upland game birds: California quail and mountain quail
  • CDFW symbols: the area webpage only reflects the following activities-

California Department of Fish and Wildlife symbol indicating that deer hunting is authorized on a State wildlife area.California Department of Fish and Wildlife symbol indicating that quail hunting is authorized on a State wildlife area.California Department of Fish and Wildlife symbol indicating that sport fishing is authorized on a State wildlife area.


 

  • County: Plumas County
  • Directions: From Highway 36 at Chester, take County Road 312 (Warner Valley Road) north. Access is primarily at the old horse corrals on the west side of the road near the north end of the Wildlife Area
  • Habitat: wetland/riparian, wet meadow and mixed conifer forest habitats
  • Location: approximately 7 miles north of the town of Chester
  • Phone: (916) 358-2900
  • Recreational Use: Type C
  • Region 2: North Central
  • Size: 692 acres
  • WebsiteWarner Valley Wildlife Area

Hunting

  • Topographical Map

    Topographical Map

    Camping: NOT allowed at the wildlife area, but campgrounds are located at the National Forest (per CDFW webpage)

  • Hunting area: do NOT shoot within 150 yards of any cabins or homes, many of which are located along Warner Valley Road near the horse corrals
  • Hunting days: daily but be careful to avoid posted private land
  • Vehicles: Parking is available near the corrals
  • Woodcutting: NOT allowed
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