- This 41,051 acre area is home for a diverse variety of animal species. The site includes the Homer L. Johnson Wildlife Management Area and a 15-acre fishing lake on top of Post Mountain.
Recreation - Indian Nations offers opportunities for hiking, picnicking, primitive camping, fishing, horseback riding and hunting.
Climate - This part of Oklahoma experiences relatively mild winters and warm to hot, humid summers. The area can offer snow-free outdoor recreation opportunities during the winter months. Be prepared however, for occasional cold weather during the winter, especially at the higher elevations of the Forest.
Indian Nations National Scenic and Wildlife Area sits within both the Choctaw and Kiamichi Ranger Districts of the Ouachita National Forest in eastern Oklahoma. The area can be located on U.S. Hwy. 270/59 11 miles south of Heavener, OK, then right ( west ) on Holson Valley Road.