C.J. Strike Area
Wildlife Management Area (WMA)
American avocets and a black-necked stilt hunting in the shallows of the Snake River.
Since 2005, Idaho Power has managed the 3,000 acres we own within the C.J. Strike WMA.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) helps us manage the area. They perform wildlife management and enforce state fish and game laws.
Some areas are closed during waterfowl and upland game bird nesting seasons.
The WMA headquarters includes a public restroom and seasonal recreational vehicle (RV) waste disposal site. The restroom is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except holidays.
Turner Ranch and Jacks Creek Information and Map
We purchased Turner Ranch in Idaho’s Bruneau Valley in 2007.
Information and parking are provided at the Turner Ranch Sportsman Access site. Overnight camping and fires are not allowed. Restrooms are available only at the WMA headquarters (about 3 miles from Turner Ranch). Be aware of the private property signs bordering the area.
Jacks Creek West Sportsman's Access and Area
Jacks Creek West Sportsman's Access and Area is located along Idaho Highway 78. It has gravel parking, picnic benches and a vault (non-flushing) toilet facility. Camping is not allowed in the sportsman access area.
Jacks Creek Area has designated undeveloped camping sites with fire rings and vault toilets along the Bruneau River Pool. A shallow boat launch is also available.
Turner Ranch and Jacks Creek Area MapDownload Map
C.J. Strike Wildlife Management Area Map