WMA Overview

Size: 17753 acres
Location: McCreary & Pulaski
Contact: (606) 376-8083
Elevation: minimum 721 feet, maximum 1438 feet.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 36.8889, Longitude W -84.4940
Area Habitat: open land 7.24%, forest 92.68%, wetland 0.01%, open water 0.07%.


Open under statewide regulations for all squirrel, furbearer and turkey seasons, except these seasons are closed during deer quota hunt.

Other Exceptions

Bear: Zone 2 (Pulaski County portion). See the Black Bear Hunting page on this website for more details.

Coyote: No night hunting for coyotes.

Deer: Quota Hunt, two consecutive days starting the first Saturday in November. Antlered deer only. Limit one during quota hunt.

Archery and crossbow seasons open under statewide regulations, except closed during deer quota hunt. Youth gun seasons open under statewide regulations.

Elk: Portions open during quota elk hunts to persons who possess the appropriate elk hunting permit.

Grouse: Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during deer quota hunt.

Rabbit & Quail: Nov. 1 - Dec.31, except closed during deer quota hunt.

Directions & Description

One mile north of Greenwood off US 27 to Bauer RD. Gravel road through center, several ridge and valley dirt trails within area.

Steep, mountainous terrain in mixed hardwoods, approximately 150 acres of open fields. Opportunities for trout fishing and sightseeing.

WMA is within Daniel Boone National Forest. Beaver Creek Wilderness Area (4,877 acres) is within WMA, no motorized or mechanized equipment is allowed within the designated wilderness area. No developed facilities.

For camping, check with owner. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.