Kentucky's Hunting Access Sites
Cane Creek WMA.
Location & Size: Laurel County, 6,691 acres
Contact (606) 376-8083; London Ranger district 606-864-4163
Elevation minimum 728 feet, maximum 1296 feet.
Area Habitat mostly forest: open land 6%, forest 94%, wetland 0%, open water 0%.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 36.99752, Longitude W -84.28476
Directions & Description: Approximately 15 miles west of London. To the southern portion, from London: Travel 11 miles southwest on Hwy 192. Use map to access desired destination. To the northern portion, from London: Take Hwy 192 west approximately 6 miles. Turn right on Line Creek-Cold Hill Road (FR 56). Travel 2.7 miles and bear left on FR 119 (gravel road). Travel 5.9 miles to the WMA on the left.
Access by interior roads and traversed by Sheltowee Trace trail. Primarily hilly, steep terrain, mostly forested with only a few openings. No developed facilities. For camping check with owner. Within Daniel Boone National Forest. Owned by U.S. Forest Service
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Daniel Boone National Forest hunting web site
DBNF - Hike Sheltowee Trace Trail to Van Hook Waterfall
2012-13 Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF), page 45
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