17,753 acres, located within Daniel Boone National Forest boundaries, only 150 acres are open fields, hunting and trout fishing, primitive camping allowed in some areas
Beaver Creek Wildlife Management Area is located within the Daniel Boone National Forest. Located primarily in McCreary County, with some acreage in Pulaski, it is open to statewide hunting for most species. Deer hunters should take note that there are quality deer management regulations in place for Beaver Creek WMA. Camping is available in some areas. The terrain is steep and mountainous, and travelers should take care and be aware of their own physical limitations before venturing into unfamiliar territory.