Kentucky's Hunting Access Sites
Beaver Creek WMA.
Location & Size: McCreary & Pulaski counties, 17,753 acres
Contact (606) 376-8083
Elevation minimum 721 feet, maximum 1438 feet.
Area Habitat mostly forest: open land 7%, forest 92%, wetland 0%, open water 1%.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 36.88889, Longitude W -84.49403
Directions & Description: One mile north of Greenwood off US 27 to Bauer A Road. 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. Within Daniel Boone National Forest. Beaver Creek Wilderness Area within WMA. No developed facilities.
Area is under quality deer management regulations. For camping, check with owner. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.
View Printable Map (PDF)    ( 1 MB, 3 pages )
Daniel Boone National Forest web page
Beaver Creek Wilderness guide    ( 1 MB, 3 pages )
2012-13 Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF), page 45
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