1,898 acres, 3 tracts: Bissel Bluff State Natural Area, Newman's Bluff State Natural Area & Reynolds tract, Good to moderate populations of deer, turkey & songbirds, open to statewide regulations for small game, special regulations for deer & turkey,
Near the confluence of the Cumberland and Ohio Rivers is the Livingston County Wildlife Management Area and State Natural Area. Two tracts, Bissel & Newman's, are high bluffs with fairly rugged terrain. The Reynolds tract is the largest of the three, totaling over 800 acres itself. There are good populations of game on the WMA, and it is open to statewide small game hunting regulations and special regulations for deer and turkey. Songbirds are plentiful on the area, and hiking trails offer great chances to explore the area.