698 acres, narrow gorge surrounding Laurel Creek, trout fishing popular
The Ed-Mabry - Laurel Gorge Wildlife Management Area is not like most others in Kentucky. A narrow, rugges strip of land stretching from cliff line to cliff line makes up this WMA. It is home to plenty of things worth exploring including waterfalls, rockhouses and moss covered boulders lining the gorge. Laurel Creek averages 15 to 20 feet wide in this gorge, and is home to rainbow and brown trout that are stocked by the Department at various times of the year. Open under statewide regulations for all hunting and trapping seasons, Ed Mabry - Laurel Gorge is a unique pece of property with plenty of geological features to explore.