Kentucky's Hunting Access Sites
R. F. Tarter WMA.
Location & Size: Adair & Russell counties, 1,171 acres
Contact (270) 465-5039
Elevation minimum 770 feet, maximum 1077 feet.
Area Habitat mostly forest: open land 2%, forest 98%, wetland 0%, open water 0%.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 37.16426, Longitude W -85.07133
Directions & Description: Access from Damron Creek Road in northeast Adair County: from Hwy 206 take Dunville Road 2.6 miles, turn right on Damron Creek Road and travel 2.4 miles to WMA; or in northern Russell County, travel 3.8 miles on Damron Creek Road from Hwy 127. Terrain is steep with broad, forested ridges and narrow valleys. Approximately 30 acres of open land along Damron Creek Road. No maintained roads or developed facilities. Variety of songbirds and reptiles. Owned by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
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Kentucky Afield Destinations Article (Winter 2003)
2012-13 Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF), page 51
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