Spenceville Wildlife Area

Yuba County / Public Locations

Spenceville Wildlife Area is comprised of approximately 11,900 acres of blue oak and gray pine woodland characteristic of the Sierra Foothills. The elevation of the area varies from 200 to 1200 feet. The wildlife area is bordered on the west by Beale Air Force Base and on the north, south, and east by privately owned ranches. Numerous ponds, creeks, trails, and riparian zones in the area make it an ideal hunting area. Spenceville is classified as a Type C Wildlife Area with popular game ranging from deer and wild pig to turkey and waterfowl, and a full list of species in the region can be found on the CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife website.