Lake McClellan Recreation Area is located
approximately 60 miles east of Amarillo and
3 miles north of I-40 (exit 128) on FM 2477.
The U. S. Forest Service administers the
The 1,440-acre area surrounding Lake
McClellan. The site is predominately
bottomland, surrounded by rough rangeland
terrain. Brushy draws extend down from
upland rangeland into the bottomlands
containing cottonwood, blackberry, and elm.
The portion of the area that is being hunted
will be closed to the general public during the hunt periods. Hunters may use designated park
facilities for which the standard fee will be charged. Commercial lodging is available in Pampa,
Groom or Clarendon. For more information, call the U. S. Forest Service office in Cheyenne,
Oklahoma (580) 497-2143.