Nearly 5,000 acres, offers hunting, fishing, river access site/boat ramp, numerous trails for hiking and horseback riding, primitive camping sites
The Clay Wildlife Management area encompasses nearly 5,000 acres in Nicholas county. Hunting can be good for a variety of species on the WMA. There are miles of old roads, trails, and maintained roads that are open to hikers and horseback riders. Fishing is also available on the Licking River, at the lake, and on several small ponds throughout the WMA. There is an access site to the popular Licking River, as well as primitive camping sites.