Arcadia CEA

Area Notice

Road construction will begin soon on the East 33rd Street portion of the Arcadia Conservation Education Area. Heavy equipment and workers will be present, and we are asking visitors to the area to be aware that walk-in access will be limited. Some areas will be closed off to foot traffic. Please watch for signs and barricades and use caution when walking the area.

Arcadia Conservation Education Area, deer in field, photo by Kelly Adams


Game Warden (County):
(405) 203-3178(Oklahoma)
(405) 203-3176(Oklahoma)
(405) 343-5489(Oklahoma)/(405) 343-5489(Canadian)

Area Acres
475 ac.

The Arcadia Conservation Education Area is a unique management area for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. With a focus on education, and providing outdoor educational opportunities for the public and schools, the area is open by walk-in access from Jan. 16 – Sept. 30.

The area currently has a ¾ mile self-guided walking trail that provides educational information on Oklahoma’s wildlife and habitat.

Schools looking for an outdoor education area to conduct outdoor classroom activities can gain access to the area by contacting the area manager (405) 200-8491 to reserve the Outdoor Education Building, Pond, Wetland or Trail.

All hunting seasons are closed, except through controlled archery deer hunts offered by the City of Edmond, for more information call (405) 216-7481 or visit their website.

Be Aware! Ongoing road construction, heavy equipment & workers present, walk-in access to area is limited, please use caution!

Walk-in fishing allowed year-round in Arcadia Lake, but not any ponds.

All hunting seasons are closed except controlled archery deer hunts, which may be offered through the City of Edmond. For more information log on to

Additional Restrictions:

Closed to all nonhunting and nonfishing activities Oct. 1 - Jan. 15.

Walk-in fishing allowed year-round in Arcadia Lake, but not in any ponds.

No camping allowed.

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