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Private Lands Hunting Access

Rainwater Wildlife Area   (207)

Land Access Information

Hunt Type: Feel Free to Hunt

What's Huntable Here
Upland Birds Huntable
Small Game Huntable
Big Game Huntable

Access Times

Start: Dawn    End: Dusk

Access Acres: 11087.00

Scouting is allowed
The Rainwater Wildlife Area will be posted with appropriate WDFW signage. Whenever signs are posted public can access property.

More information/comments
Rainwater Wildlife Area is owned and Managed by The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Hunting is open to anyone with a valid Washington State Hunting license for GMU 162 outside of the special "Primitive Weapon Only Hunting Area" and the "Designated Safety Zones" (see Hunting Areas Map). The Primitive Weapons Only Hunting Area is located in the far northern portion of the Wildlife Area east of the South Touchet Road and totals approximately 1,011 acres. The no hunting Safety Zone totals 155 acres and it surrounds and protects the Girl Scouts Camp and the Wildlife Area Field Office and Manager's home site.

No hunting blinds provided or allowed.

No tree stands provided or allowed.

Access Modes


Weapon Info

Any Legal Weapon

Accessing this site

Feel Free to Hunt includes access to private lands where WDFW has a management agreement with the owner to provide public access for hunting. Hunters are not required to gain additional permission when hunting lands posted with a Feel Free to Hunt sign.
Location Information

Columbia County

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Hunt Opportunities

General Hunt
All hunting seasons

No restrictions on number of hunters

No motorized vehicles - Walk-in hunting only.

Mapping Information

Points and boundaries for this site are indicated by the number 207 on the map below.The map is intended for illustration purposes to orient hunters to the approximate location of the site’s features.  Boundaries and other rules posted in the field must be observed.

DISCLAIMER: Due to the dynamic nature of data and the need to rely on outside sources of information, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions in the data and information contained in and products produced from this application. There are no warranties which accompany the maps and information contained in or produced by this application.