WMA Overview

Size: 137 acres
Location: Ohio
Contact: (270) 476-1889
Elevation: minimum 406 feet, maximum 522 feet.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 37.5503, Longitude W -86.7126
Area Habitat: open land 2.19%, forest 96.35%, wetland 2.19%, open water 0.00%.


Turkey: Open under statewide regulations during the spring season.

Squirrel: Open under statewide regulations during the spring season.

Coyote: Open under statewide regulations.

Groundhog: Open under statewide regulations.

Bullfrog: Open under statewide regulations.

Turtles: Open under statewide regulations.

Fall Hunting dates/regulations are currently pending. 

Directions & Description

The WMA is on the south side HWY 919 about 2.5 miles east of the HWY 878 junction and about 4 miles west of the HWY 54 junction. Trail through area from old home place to river bottoms. Hilly terrain, some steep cliffs, almost completely forested, much in virgin hardwoods. Fishing and boating in bordering Rough River but no available boat ramp on area. Offers deer, turkey and squirrel hunting.

Gift to Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources from Mr. L. B. Davison.