Weathersfield WMA

Weathersfield WMA

Weathersfield, Vermont 05156

Weathersfield Wildlife Management Area guide and map

Birds of Interest

Turkeys are present and may be hunted in season. Songbirds, woodpeckers, and forest raptors may also be seen or heard.

About this Location

Weathersfield WMA is an 80-acre parcel sandwiched between Route 5 and Interstate 91 in the town of Weathersfield. It is owned by the State of Vermont and managed by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. Access is by foot only from Route 5 along the eastern boundary.

Weathersfield WMA is in the Southern Piedmont biophysical region of Vermont. The topography of Weathersfield WMA rises steeply from Route 5 and then levels off. It is predominantly forested with typical northern hardwoods: sugar and red maple, yellow birch, and beech. White pine is scattered throughout the parcel.

There are no rare, threatened, or endangered species or significant natural communities documented.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

Content from Weathersfield Wildlife Management Area guide and map

Last updated December 3, 2023