Seven Sisters Wildlife Management Area encompasses 560 acres. It is located along the Yellowstone River south of Sidney. Fishing and boating may be enjoyed on the river. The Seven Sisters fishing access site is a day use area with no facilities.
Management goal: To provide maximum hunting opportunities, primarily for white-tailed deer and pheasants, while also maintaining wildlife populations and the unique riparian ecosystem in a viable and healthy condition.
Special attractions: The site is bordered by approximately three-fourths of a mile of Yellowstone River side channel. Cottonwoods, grain fields, meadows, and backwater sloughs provide diversified habitat for various wildlife species.
A wide assortment of other recreational activities including boating (hand-launch), trapping, bird watching, and agate hunting is also available. Because the main recreational pursuit at the area is hunting, development is minimal.
Seven Sisters Wildlife Management Area is located 10 miles south of Sidney, Montana on Highway 16, at milepost 41 go 1 mile east on county road.Seven Sisters Wildlife Management Area is located 10 miles south of Sidney, Montana on Highway 16, at milepost 41 go 1 mile east on county road.